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Old 01-12-2019, 07:52 AM   #461
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Looks amazing! Your going to need to clean your motor / engine bay now :P
& not hard to tell this site is dead, back in the day these posts would blow up the forum with activity!! So I appreciate ya taking the time to post! This thing will be ready for the summer?
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Old 01-12-2019, 09:56 AM   #462
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Looks amazing! Your going to need to clean your motor / engine bay now :P
& not hard to tell this site is dead, back in the day these posts would blow up the forum with activity!! So I appreciate ya taking the time to post! This thing will be ready for the summer?
I was thinking that the other day, how busy the site use to be. I think a lot of people lurk now adays instead of posting. But I enjoy documenting my build so I can go back and see what Iíve done and what I missed.

Iím still appreciative of Deev for keeping this site up even though Iím sure itís not bringing in any revenue.

My goal is by spring, but it will be based on how task saturated I am with flight school. Once I pick everything up, Iím immediately sending the turbine housing to get ceramic coated.

I plan to get the valve cover powdercoated it hydrodipped. I just donít know what I want. Got any ideas?
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Old 01-12-2019, 01:11 PM   #463
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Old 01-15-2019, 12:22 AM   #464
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Got all the work back that Blake did for me yesterday and I immediately got to work on prepping the h22 to be pulled. After about an hour or so it is ready to be yanked, however I would have no where to put it. So until I am done swapping parts to the f22, the H will sit in the bay.

So I got the plug for an injector resister and cut it to covert from low impudence to high impudence. No need for a picture as all you do is combine all the wires together then plug into harness. I also convert my external Map Sensor connector, to throttle body Map Sensor.

I then installed the oil feed, oil pressure light, and AEM Oil pressure gauge tee.



I then mounted the intake manifold, installed the ID1050s, fuel rail and the OmniPower 70mm Throttle body, and the omnipower 4 bar Map Sensor. I have a Bisimoto Intake gasket that I keep going back and forth on whether to use it or not. Right now I don't have it installed but I may change my mind later on.

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I then proceeded to convert my f22 dizzy to internal coil using my h22a internals. Whiled in the process I discovered that though the electronic guts fit perfectly, the actual dizzy shaft does not. I am sure this is documented somewhere on this forum but I didn't look it up.

Anyways here you can see h22 on the left f22 on right, it looks good:



Then look at where the rotor hole is, its 30* off from one another f22 on the left h22 on the right. Now I don't know if this makes a difference but I did not want to chance it.



F22 dizzy converted to internal coil:



Here is where I stopped for the night:




Sadly updates will slow down since I start the next portion of my flight training tomorrow for the next 6 weeks and then I get another break for 1-2 weeks before it starts up again.

But I will keep working on little by little.
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Old 01-15-2019, 05:28 PM   #465
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Looks amazing! Obviously you are running the turbo oil line feed off the rear splitter too? Sooooooo .......... are those socks or shoes ?
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Old 01-15-2019, 07:13 PM   #466
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Old 01-15-2019, 07:47 PM   #467
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That’s going to be one healthy single cam. Did you get the h22 pulled?
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Old 01-16-2019, 07:38 AM   #468
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Thatís going to be one healthy single cam. Did you get the h22 pulled?
I hope so. Fingers crossed. I havenít pulled it yet. I will once I have the f22 ready to be dropped in. I still have to do something on the f series before I drop it in.
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Old 01-17-2019, 11:19 PM   #469
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Old Today, 10:39 AM   #470
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I love the piping, it looks amazing!!!!

You are giving me ideas with where I want to take my F22.

Can't wait to see this in the bay.
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