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Old 12-24-2009, 08:07 PM   #1
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Exclamation CB7 Sleeper : 1992 Accord 2.0Si

CRASHED!
And I don't know what to do yet...
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Oh the memories...


Her name is Veronica, and she is my dirty girl...

Here's She Is Now!
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Pictures Of Her As Soon As She Got Back On The Road!!!

Rolling Video As Soon As I Got Her Goin' Again











I still have a lot of goodies to install, but not enough time to do so. I'll try to have everything done and new pictures this weekend. I'm trying!

Engine

JDM F20A DOHC Swap
JDM MP6A Automagic Transmission Swap
All new engine seals, gaskets, coolant hoses, tranny cooler hoses & maintenance parts (i.e. fuel filter, thermostat, etc)
New O2 sensor
EGR Block-off Plate
Air Starting Valve Block-off Plate (JDM stock)
Balance Shaft Belt Delete
Bisimoto Intake Manifold Gasket
Polyurethane Filled Mounts
Ebay 3" Intake Pipe
K&N Carbon Fiber Cone Filter
Spectre Breather Filters
Ebay Header
OBX Muffler
Custom Exhaust (High Flow Cat, 2.5" Piping, Magnaflow Resonator, OBX Muffler.) Awaiting Install
And more I'm probably forgetting...

Suspension & Wheels

Enkei 17" Wheels Painted Black
KYB GR-2 Shocks (For Now)
TEIN S-TECH Springs
Ebay Strut Bar
And more I'm probably forgetting...

Brakes

Stock...For Now

Electronics

Cobra Radar Detector
Tom Tom GPS
Pioneer Head Unit
Kenwood 6" Pods Up Front
Power Acoustik 6"x9" In the Rear

Interior

Gangster Maroon Interior
Nardi Woodgrain Steering Wheel Awaiting Install
Autozone Cup Holders (Hellz Yeah!)
Polished Face White Letter Clock
Famous Stars And Straps Logo Painted On Rear Ashtray

Exterior

CD5 Mugen Front Lip
Sigma Rear Lip
Versus Group-B Sideskirts Awaiting Install
Black Housed Bumper Turn Signals
Amber Corners For Sale
Black Housed Corners
Type R Grill w/ Mugen Emblem
350Z Carbon Fiber Air Duct Awaiting Install
2.0Si Badge
Red/Clear Tails
OEM Spoiler Painted Seattle Silver For Sale
M3 Flushmount Spoiler
Window Visors
CB Squad Sticker
TEIN Sticker
Shocker Sticker
"I <3 Old Skool" Sticker
Bisimoto Engineering License Plate Frame
And more I'm probably forgetting...


Things Coming Soon

The Bottle Baby!!! 75 Shot, ZEX Kit
Suspension Upgrade
Brake Upgrade
New Rims
MORE GOODIEZ!
Blah Blah Blah...
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Old 12-24-2009, 08:08 PM   #2
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The New Heart

F20A DOHC Engine Swap Process

Engine Upon Arrival




After Unwrapping
The Dirty Start To A Happy Ending



Cisco's Work Begins
The Engine Inspection And "Refresh"




Tearing It Down
Alright, As You Can See, Quite A Bit Is Being Accomplished.
The engine needed an in depth inspection, and cleaning as well as lubrication for the initial start up. New parts will also be installed.


Let's start with a few new parts. This engine will basically be running like it's brand new and be running well for at least 100,000 miles (in stock form anyway).


Can you see the reflections on the cylinder walls? Good job Cisco. Very clean.


Cylinder head will be reconditioned, and bad valve stem seals replaced.



Exhaust and intake ports on the cylinder head. Now you can see why the seals will need to be replaced and the head reconditioned.






Looking good so far, just got to keep on going!

Intake manifold with the new coolant hoses installed.

New F20A OEM water pump




Awesomeness...


More Pictures In The Next Post...
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Old 12-24-2009, 08:08 PM   #3
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Mowa Engine Piczars!
The engine being reassembled and prepared to drop in.


Head is done! Look how nice it looks!



Intake and exhaust ports.


Cylinder head and intake manifold installation.


Bisimoto intake manifold gasket.

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Old 12-24-2009, 08:09 PM   #4
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Why? I'll Tell You Why
Here is a post I made later on in this thread I thought was important to express my outlook on this project and such. So read up, and enjoy!

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To be honest, it's all about uniqueness. Nobody builds the F20A DOHC, in fact, I've only seen one member on here with the F20A DOHC swap, and now he doesn't even have it any more.

The motor is unique, it's rare, it's an easy swap, and it was in my budget. The engine is designed to be very rev happy. The bore is the same as the F22Ax, yet the stroke is significantly shorter. With a set of Bisimoto camshafts I plan on putting in, this thing is going to SCREAM! Throw a 75 shot of nitrous into the mix, and the H22 guys aren't going to stand a chance.

With this project, I am going for three things.

1. Uniqueness - I have already achieved this going with the F20A DOHC, and I will stray farther away from the crowd with my N/A build and the spray. The fact that I'm using Bisimoto cams in this motor alone makes me unique, considering not many people go with the Bisi cams in the first place. Then throw in the fact that I'm on an automatic transmission, and it's a whole new ball game. A lot of you guys don't know the obstacles involved when modifying an engine with an automatic transmission. It is a lot more complicated than a 5-speed, and the complications don't just stop with engine management. You also have to take into consideration base idle problems, shifting, the TCU, etc. Unique, has definitely been achieved.

2. Reliability - First of all, the engine is basically being refreshed to the condition it was in when it came out of the factory. Then I also have a new transmission to replace my old tired one. The nitrous kit I am going with is perfect from a "reliability" standpoint. The ZEX single fogger kit, comes with everything needed for a reliable set up.
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ZEX Nitrous Systems have an advanced, patented feature called "Active Fuel Control". This feature monitors nitrous bottle pressure and adds or subtracts enrichment fuel. The engine never runs too rich or too lean when engaging the nitrous system. ZEX "Wet" nitrous systems activate at wide-open throttle, using advanced electronics that monitor your engine’s throttle position sensor. This makes using your nitrous system very easy and reliable.
A 75 HP shot (which is rated at the flywheel by ZEX, instead of at the wheels like other companies.) is very conservative for my engine, if you take into consideration the 15% loss through the drivetrain. Reliability right there, again. Now lets take into account my route for tuning. Instead of using a chipped ECU and tuning with some program that may or may not work with my automatic transmission, I'm going a smart route and using my PT6, which will operate my new motor fine, controlling the IABs and such. The only consequence of running the PT6 is that it will run the new motor rich, if I ran it stock. But I'll be using an AEM FIC controller, which I will use to dyno tune for N/A and nitrous settings. I'll be able to tune on one setting for N/A and adjust the air/fuel ratio accordingly, along with the timing. Then with the AEM unit I can toggle between two settings with the flip of a switch, so I will be able to tune for nitrous seperately, and adjust the air/fuel ratio accordingly, and then the ignition timing again. This way, I will not sacrifice power when running N/A by only having one setting and having to run with retarded timing or run rich when I'm not on the bottle. Reliability, there as well. This amongst other things will help me achieve that reliable, daily driveable, yet still fun performance without having to worry about breaking anything.

3. "Sleeper" - Yes, I am sick of cops looking at me and trying to find reasons to pull me over. So I am going to start "downgrading" the appearance so that it looks "factory" to the untrained eye, yet SICK to any car enthusiast. My simple Seattle Silver and Black theme I'll have going is really going to look good. It'll be very nice, and very clean. A straight up 1992 Honda Accord 2.0Si is all anybody will see. My Black 16" rims will be the only hint to the untrained eye that my car isn't any ol' Accord. I don't know how to explain it, but when it is all done, you guys will understand. I'm sure you'll love it too.
My thoughts, when I started this build, on which direction this project is headed. I'm not sure how the whole "Sleeper" them is going to turn out, as it may end up being a little more outlandish appearance wise in the end, but hey, it's just my style. I am not revealing anything yet, but you'll all see soon enough.
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Old 12-24-2009, 08:09 PM   #5
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And here's a picture after the Accident.

R.I.P. Veronica : May 13, 2010...

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Old 12-24-2009, 08:20 PM   #6
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Old 12-24-2009, 08:23 PM   #7
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Lol, yes sir. Under the knife.
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Old 12-24-2009, 10:47 PM   #8
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Lol, yes sir. Under the knife.
It's all good about deleting my post lol. But I'm sub'd for this one, GL bro.
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Old 12-24-2009, 10:54 PM   #9
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Old 12-24-2009, 10:55 PM   #10
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It's all good about deleting my post lol. But I'm sub'd for this one, GL bro.
Luck? We don't need luck where we're going! Away....

Lol, thanks man. I'll update as shit starts to happen.
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that car looks mint!
Oh, it is mint. But, not good enough for me yet mang. If there's an AFM next year, you can bet on seeing it there. I think your gonna like it. Oh, and the NY mega meet fo sho. I'll be there too!
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Old 12-25-2009, 01:30 AM   #12
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Clean sedan! Good job on the wheels!
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Old 12-25-2009, 01:32 AM   #13
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Clean sedan! Good job on the wheels!
Yea, I sold the ADRs and the stockers were so boring so with a little paint I changed that. Lol
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Yea, I sold the ADRs and the stockers were so boring so with a little paint I changed that. Lol
Why did you sell the ADRs? And did you sand the stockies? I plan on painting mine just like that!
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Old 12-25-2009, 01:41 AM   #15
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Why did you sell the ADRs? And did you sand the stockies? I plan on painting mine just like that!
I sold the ADRs to get money for my swap and build.

I sanded the wheels down quite a bit, then painted them with black engine enamel, then engine clear.

Came out really good.
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Cool, how long did it take you to finish them?
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Cool, how long did it take you to finish them?
A few hours.
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Old 12-25-2009, 09:23 PM   #18
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I love what you did to your corner lights.
Looks sick!
Thanks man.
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Old 12-27-2009, 08:11 AM   #20
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