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Old 04-14-2012, 09:14 PM   #41
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I know someone on this forum that had a Brand new stock F22A1 and broke a ringland in about 10,000kms. (Any before anyone jumps on the other wagon - It wasn't due to poor tuning)

Fact is: It happens - New or used, Young and dumb, or Old and Wise.
Or any combination of them.

OEM Honda F22Ax, H22Ax, H23Ax, pistons were not designed for turbo applications.

It's a reality; live with it or deal with it.
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Old 04-14-2012, 11:34 PM   #42
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I know someone on this forum that had a Brand new stock F22A1 and broke a ringland in about 10,000kms. (Any before anyone jumps on the other wagon - It wasn't due to poor tuning)

Fact is: It happens - New or used, Young and dumb, or Old and Wise.
Or any combination of them.

OEM Honda F22Ax, H22Ax, H23Ax, pistons were not designed for turbo applications.

It's a reality; live with it or deal with it.
This coming from a person that DID run a stock block turbo successfully for a decent period of time, correct?
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Old 04-15-2012, 12:00 AM   #43
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This coming from a person that DID run a stock block turbo successfully for a decent period of time, correct?
Didn't he also boost a carb'd engine too....?
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Old 04-15-2012, 12:03 AM   #44
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Old 04-15-2012, 12:09 AM   #45
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This coming from a person that DID run a stock block turbo successfully for a decent period of time, correct?
Correct, on a Brand new stock block for about 10,000kms . . . Till it broke a ringland, Swapped in another Brand new block . . .
Nek minnit . . .

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Didn't he also boost a carb'd engine too....?
Correct.
With the same end result as my "old" Brand New F22
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Old 04-15-2012, 12:15 AM   #46
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Correct, on a Brand new stock block for about 10,000kms . . . Till it broke a ringland, Swapped in another Brand new block . . .
Nek minnit . . .



Correct.
With the same end result as my "old" Brand New F22
You like doing things the hard way, eh?
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Old 04-15-2012, 02:11 AM   #47
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But think of it this way, if theyre gonna do it and want to do it even tho they still ask about it and get a bunch of donts, what do you think theyre actually going to do? i was just simply saying that your "EVERY" comment may not be as accurate. Granted ive seen loads of blown engines with the ringlands taken out from boost, nitrous.
I am about to start my engine build and I saw quite a few people said that they ran boost on a stock engine. Pretty much it boils down to whether or not someone can make educated decisions for the future of their car. Whether or not you want to spend all that money to have a car that will run well anywhere from a few hours to a few years. Or going forward and thinking about having (with forged internals) years and not having to wonder if your going to blow your motor while driving to work or picking up your lassie for dinner.

If people take time to research what they are doing and weigh out the pro's and con's well the answer becomes pretty clear. If they don't listen well then that is their choice and may need to reassess their decision making abilities. Who knows they may get lucky but as I have found out with my CB7 they tend to have good days and bad days. You expect one thing and well another happens. At least when you go the safe route instead of a possible fatal route you have the peace of mind that your car is running in a safer and more reliable.

A bit off topic and probably a bit late but just had to say it. Cars are like girlfriends, if you treat them right things stay fine. But if you force things on them they don't like then they will fuck your shit up.
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Old 04-15-2012, 09:22 AM   #48
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I am about to start my engine build and I saw quite a few people said that they ran boost on a stock engine. Pretty much it boils down to whether or not someone can make educated decisions for the future of their car. Whether or not you want to spend all that money to have a car that will run well anywhere from a few hours to a few years. Or going forward and thinking about having (with forged internals) years and not having to wonder if your going to blow your motor while driving to work or picking up your lassie for dinner.

If people take time to research what they are doing and weigh out the pro's and con's well the answer becomes pretty clear. If they don't listen well then that is their choice and may need to reassess their decision making abilities. Who knows they may get lucky but as I have found out with my CB7 they tend to have good days and bad days. You expect one thing and well another happens. At least when you go the safe route instead of a possible fatal route you have the peace of mind that your car is running in a safer and more reliable.

A bit off topic and probably a bit late but just had to say it. Cars are like girlfriends, if you treat them right things stay fine. But if you force things on them they don't like then they will fuck your shit up.
Very well put indeed!
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Old 04-15-2012, 06:03 PM   #49
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You like doing things the hard way, eh?
I did the old carb setup when Jose and MRX were still around, It was years ago when there was much less info available!!

As for my old build, Well it was purely a project car, downtime didn't matter to me, and the parts were pratically free anyway
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