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Old 04-15-2018, 02:32 PM   #1
irelandmc
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Lightbulb irelandmc : 1993 Accord LX

Past configurations:


Current state:


Mod list as of 3/16/19

ENGINE:
[Bottom end]
- Stock F22a6 from donor 92 EX
- Balanceshaft belt removed
[Top end]
- Head: Intake and exhaust ports gasket matched
- Delta cam 272 regrind
- bisimoto valve springs
- IAB delete
- Bosch 315cc injectors w/resistor box delete
- EGR delete
[Management]
- P28 w/ Hondata S300
[Engine bay]
- Silicone filled front motor mount
- P/S delete
- A/C delete
- Battery relocated to trunk
- Radiator fans delete
- Windshield wash relocated to cabin

EXHAUST:
- 4-2-1 header
- Test pipe
- 2.5" cat back
- Cheapo racing muffler

TRANSMISSION:
- T2T4 transmission
- Exedy stage 1 clutch
- 10lb flywheel

WHEELS / SUSPENSION:
- Megan Racing Springs 280F/250R
- KYB AGX adjustable shocks
[Rallycross]
- Front swaybar delete
- OEM EX rear swaybar
- 225/40R18 snow tires (finally someone making a cheap winter tire in this size!)
[Autocross]
- OEM front swaybar
- ST rear swaybar
- 225/40R18 BFG Sport Comp 2

BRAKES:
- Powerstop Z26 kit up front
- Stock drums in rear

EXTERIOR:
- Side trim delete
- Poly side windows
- Headlight delete
- Vented hood
- Swiss cheese bumper supports F&R

INTERIOR:
- Everything delete
- Marine heater installed for defrost
- Ebay race seat

AUDIO/ELECTRONICS:
- Delete, delete, delete

FUTURE PLANS:
- Roll cage
- 5 point harness
- Balance shafts delete
- 70mm TB
- New head build with more aggressive porting
- Proper rally tires
- BFG G-force R1 Auto-x tires
- Fiery death

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Old 04-23-2018, 08:31 PM   #2
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Front sway bar delete?
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Old 04-28-2018, 03:05 AM   #3
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^ To get that oversteer balance without buying an expensive aftermarket rear bar, I suppose? Instead of adding to the rear, take from the front? . I've seen full-on race car RSXs with a stock ITR front bar, but a monster bar in the rear. He does seem to be going for an off-road rally car, so maybe the lack of a bar up front will make for a smoother ride over rapid tiny bumps, I don't know.

Not sure what the "fiery death" in the future plans is all about, either...
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Old 02-07-2019, 11:20 AM   #4
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Yes, front SB delete to balance against the back. It would be nice to get something beefy in the back and then I could probably re-install the front. For now, the car balances pretty well, with just a slight tendency towards oversteer.

This is a good article https://grassrootsmotorsports.com/articles/lean-less/

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