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Old 10-12-2011, 04:26 AM   #1
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Exclamation F22A1 Rebuild

basically my f22a1 took a dump on me. something shot through the bottom of the engine. im guessing broken rod. so i have another that is in good shape i think and im gonna rebuild it. i took the head off and the valves and pistons dont seem to have ever hit or anything. im plannin on taking the bottom end apart soon. checkin everything for for any broken parts, then im hoping to just put it back together. any comments? ill post pics soon.
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Old 10-12-2011, 10:55 AM   #2
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Comment-This ain't a Facebook status update site, most if not all members post their problems in threads and have people help them out...you have a problem and pretty much know what to do. This may sound mean but I don't believe anyone really cares, you're on the right track though.

Get a new block, I'm pretty sure you spun a rod . To prevent this is pretty much build your new bottom end even though a fairly new one or one from the junkyard would be cheaper unless your in the process of building for nitrous or turbo then take advantage of this moment and drop some money on your block.

And this time try not to ignore the knocking warning sounds called Rod knock coming from your block....a spun rod bearing can lead to plenty of other problems.

Also your head might be full of metal shavings in this case, even though they aren't thick shavings or visible in the oil , its already all over your internals.
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Old 10-12-2011, 01:43 PM   #3
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Comment-This ain't a Facebook status update site, most if not all members post their problems in threads and have people help them out...you have a problem and pretty much know what to do. This may sound mean but I don't believe anyone really cares, you're on the right track though.

Get a new block, I'm pretty sure you spun a rod . To prevent this is pretty much build your new bottom end even though a fairly new one or one from the junkyard would be cheaper unless your in the process of building for nitrous or turbo then take advantage of this moment and drop some money on your block.

And this time try not to ignore the knocking warning sounds called Rod knock coming from your block....a spun rod bearing can lead to plenty of other problems.

Also your head might be full of metal shavings in this case, even though they aren't thick shavings or visible in the oil , its already all over your internals.
1. Stop being a prick.

2. If you read, he is rebuilding a good core that he obtained.

3. Usually the bottom ends are good and can do a re-ring type rebuild. Have the cylinder head rebuild.
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Old 10-12-2011, 07:22 PM   #4
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Comment-This ain't a Facebook status update site, most if not all members post their problems in threads and have people help them out...you have a problem and pretty much know what to do. This may sound mean but I don't believe anyone really cares, you're on the right track though.

Get a new block, I'm pretty sure you spun a rod . To prevent this is pretty much build your new bottom end even though a fairly new one or one from the junkyard would be cheaper unless your in the process of building for nitrous or turbo then take advantage of this moment and drop some money on your block.

And this time try not to ignore the knocking warning sounds called Rod knock coming from your block....a spun rod bearing can lead to plenty of other problems.

Also your head might be full of metal shavings in this case, even though they aren't thick shavings or visible in the oil , its already all over your internals.
rude

yea just take your time taking every thing apart and use some ziplock baggies to stay orginized and number which bearings from which cylinder
and number rods and pistons.
inspecting the bearing surfaces for scratches on the crank. and dont forget about the thrust bearing
if the bearings are super clean and no sign wear you can reinstall and retorque
but main bearings and rod bearings are cheap so migh as well put new while your in there. new oil pump is a good investment also.
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Old 10-12-2011, 08:29 PM   #5
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i threw a rod once. all i did was get another block and swapped the head and thats what im runnin now. i believe i spun a bearing, im keeping a check on oil alot better. ive learned my lesson. but ya clean the head good, ide get a new wp and timing belt at this point. i mean its all apart anyways right?

how built are you trying to build? what are the goals?
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Old 10-12-2011, 10:38 PM   #6
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1. Stop being a prick.

2. If you read, he is rebuilding a good core that he obtained.

3. Usually the bottom ends are good and can do a re-ring type rebuild. Have the cylinder head rebuild.
...prick?.....not trying to start shit with you wed3k but I wasn't trying to be rude honestly, I re-read his thread and didn't really find a question just a problem and his own solution....and he just wanted comments so...I gave him a comment..I didn't offend him or tried to...so personally I'm not trying to be a prick....

If I tried to post a thread titled "blown Turbo"...and stated...."I blew my turbo , I can clearly see oil in the Cold housing and its not holding boost its 10 psi and then drops...ima go ahead and swap the turbo for a new one any comments?"....

Even you or deev ...would tried to correct me and try to say something....
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Old 10-13-2011, 12:12 AM   #7
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yeah well thanks everyone except turboaccordhse.
i just wanted some advice see what people thought.
i have my second f22a1 taken apart all the way. i haven't removed the engine out of my cb7 yet. but ill get to it. and ill be sure to take lots of pics and label everything. i want to tuck some wires maybe too at that point so ill be checkin the diys alot haha. if anyone wants to post links or any NICE opinions i always appreciate it to the fullest! thank you cb7ers!
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Old 10-13-2011, 12:14 AM   #8
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rude

yea just take your time taking every thing apart and use some ziplock baggies to stay orginized and number which bearings from which cylinder
and number rods and pistons.
inspecting the bearing surfaces for scratches on the crank. and dont forget about the thrust bearing
if the bearings are super clean and no sign wear you can reinstall and retorque
but main bearings and rod bearings are cheap so migh as well put new while your in there. new oil pump is a good investment also.
also very helpful info thank you!
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Old 10-13-2011, 01:20 AM   #9
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Nice to see some in house fire protection. I can see turboaccordhses' point ...but not a need for him to say so. I see so many dumb spelling and crappy sentence formations and even my own dumb posts..that I have to turn my head and say ..just see if you can help or agree even if no questions were asked.
I had the same problem in the wagon and friends swapped it with another..in-n-out...drive home and done.
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im in the process currently of taking apart, inspecting, cleaning,a spare F22a6 (got a full92 EX parts car for 100$ 'Wanda') and if all is good which so far looks to be alright porting and polishing everything then sending it to a shop to be resurfaced if need be hopefully doing a mild build so that when i build the engine later on down the road i will all ready have some pistons and connecting rods and later maybe a cam and valve springs, but as for now i am getting the big stuff out of the way like taking the balancer shafts out, new oil pump, water pump, and forged pistons and rods and then ifigure upgrading more will be a lot easier if i get some of the big stuff done now is there any suggestions of what else i should take care of now and what about conecting rod bearings(ithink thats what they are called) are oem fine or should i upgrade those too not sure if i read thatif your rpms will be higher then 8k i think then yes up grade but if not then no, am i mistaken? and what is considered a high revving F22 because whatever it is thats the goal i wanna go for is eventually a higher revving f22 with itbs any suggestions on what else to do now with the motor apart?

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