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325whp 227wtq H22

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    325whp 227wtq H22

    325.6 WHP 227.3WTQ









    102mm Billet crank, Darton MID 90mm sleeves, Aries 15/1 pistons, GRP AL rods, Web Cams .516"/260* cams, Kinsler 60mm ITB's, ID 2200cc fuel injectors (intended for methanol), TCR header.

    IMO, there is a lot of miss-matched parts on this set-up that could be changed to make more power. I honestly feel that based on it's displacement, it is less than impressive. I thought it might make more power, but I feel that I did so many thing wrong on this build. I would change the portwork, to flow a bit better (315cfm @.500"), Larger cams to work with this compression. Smaller diameter ITBS... just for starters. We also used ID 2200cc injectors, which were not the best for this application. I had originally intended to switch to methanol, but instead we tuned on VP Q16. The smaller ID 1000cc injectors would have made more power due to the better atomization they provide over the 2200cc's. I have a few more ideas, but it was kind of a slapped together engine. It did pretty good though so I am not totally unhappy, just need to make the changes happen because there is definately more HP to make with the H22.
    Last edited by 2point6; 03-24-2011, 01:07 PM.

    #2
    only u could say your unhappy with a slapped together 325hp n/a engine

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      #3
      That's almost twice the stock hp. Id say that's pretty impresive. If you're unhappy with things then do work....


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        #5
        ahhh mann i would LOVE to hear this on the dyno!

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          #6
          what car is this in? i couldnt tell...

          Ride List
          1990 Accord dx coupe - my baby (dsm turbo set up in progress) http://www.cardomain.com/ride/3202853
          2005 Mazda 6s - daily driver http://www.cardomain.com/ride/3171724(totaled)
          newest 2006 mazdaspeed 6 http://www.cardomain.com/ride/4073987/2006-mazda-mazda6

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            #7
            Originally posted by blazenem View Post
            what car is this in? i couldnt tell...
            It's not a CB7 so it shall remain nameless... But if you look closely at my signature... you might see it.

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              #8
              Swappin' it into the Ridgeline?
              Current 2016 Ford F150 XLT Sport
              Past 1990 Accord EX Sedan
              Past 1990 Accord LX Sedan
              Past 1991 Accord LX Sedan
              Past 1993 Accord LX Wagon
              Current 1991 Accord EX Wagon

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                #9
                Originally posted by fatboy1185 View Post
                Swappin' it into the Ridgeline?
                HAHA!!! no. Boosting the Ridgeline... yes. soon.

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                  #10
                  Originally posted by 2point6 View Post
                  It's not a CB7 so it shall remain nameless... But if you look closely at my signature... you might see it.
                  i figured just wasnt sure

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                  1990 Accord dx coupe - my baby (dsm turbo set up in progress) http://www.cardomain.com/ride/3202853
                  2005 Mazda 6s - daily driver http://www.cardomain.com/ride/3171724(totaled)
                  newest 2006 mazdaspeed 6 http://www.cardomain.com/ride/4073987/2006-mazda-mazda6

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                    #11
                    I don't really like you but DAMN! Hard to hate on that.
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                      #12
                      Originally posted by fatboy1185 View Post
                      Swappin' it into the Ridgeline?
                      that was my first though
                      I <3 G60.

                      0.5mm Oversized Stainless valves and bronze guides available. Pm me please.

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                        #13
                        Please do share your Ridgeline build, at least the final product. I saw one at Pikes Peak last summer and just fell in love with the idea of a street truck that can really pull.
                        Last edited by CyborgGT; 03-21-2011, 01:35 AM.

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                          #14
                          always doing work. Good to hear from you scott.
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                            #15
                            Originally posted by MikeW View Post
                            That's almost twice the stock hp. Id say that's pretty impresive. If you're unhappy with things then do work....
                            That's almost EXACTLY twice the stock HP!

                            Scott, that's amazing. This motor (well, in a previous life) has been one of my biggest inspirations since you were making 249whp and ripping on Z06s with with the CB7!






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