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    #46
    Can I join as well?



    H22A
    3" Intake tube with a Blox velocity stack
    Horribly busted Megan header, bottom is badly dented in.
    Gutted cat
    Greddy SP2 exhaust
    Intake butterflies removed
    phearable.net basemap, crome
    93 octane
    14.6 ~ 1/4, 9.5 ~ 1/8th (with f22 throttle body, no v stack, huge tires)
    Last edited by 91H22ACB7; 12-30-2012, 01:57 PM.
    1991 Accord Ex - H22A - Omnipower Coilovers - Greddy SP2
    1993 Civic Dx - D15B7 - T3/T04E - Ported head - Hole in block - May be going F swap



    My Workout Log

    Originally posted by Leung
    Well, I poked the big one in the head with the shovel while shouting at it "hey, you can't sleep here".

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      #47
      Originally posted by 91H22ACB7 View Post
      Can I join as well?

      Absolutely, Mr. #3.

      List updated. Who's going to fill out that last spot at #10?
      '94 JDM H22A: 178whp 146wtq

      Originally posted by deevergote
      If you say double dutch rudder, i'm banning you...

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        #48

        i got a chance to do one dyno pull at my local race track

        96 h22a1
        aem v2 intake (from a truck)
        megan racing cat back
        1/4 mile 14.8 @94 mph

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          #49
          ill post. gotta rep for the f-series guys.
          BB6 aem V2
          68mm TB
          skunk2 intake mani
          bisimoto (old school) lvl2 regrind
          bisimoto header
          2.5" mandrel bend exhaust
          Hondata S300

          MRT: http://www.cb7tuner.com/vbb/showthread.php?t=95154

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            #50
            Congrats on our latest entries, pretty rare that you should post on the same day. acorn with a dyno like that with so "little" invested I'm almost convinced to do an F22A N/A build myself. Your build will definitely be a blueprint for those who wish to follow in your footsteps.
            '94 JDM H22A: 178whp 146wtq

            Originally posted by deevergote
            If you say double dutch rudder, i'm banning you...

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              #51
              trust me it took alot of trial and error, and i mean alot of error. but i've found what parts put emphasis on the f22's natural frequencies. once i sell my bisimoto header and buy my highend h22 header to mod i should be done till i build my other motor(rods, pistons, cnc head).

              MRT: http://www.cb7tuner.com/vbb/showthread.php?t=95154

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                #52
                You're replacing the Bisimoto Header with something else? Like what?
                '94 JDM H22A: 178whp 146wtq

                Originally posted by deevergote
                If you say double dutch rudder, i'm banning you...

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                  #53
                  highend autosports h22 header.

                  MRT: http://www.cb7tuner.com/vbb/showthread.php?t=95154

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                    #54
                    Got a link?
                    '94 JDM H22A: 178whp 146wtq

                    Originally posted by deevergote
                    If you say double dutch rudder, i'm banning you...

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                      #55
                      im planning to mod it to fit mine.
                      http://www.logi1cmotorsports.com/Hig...der_p/he-h.htm
                      either that or the kidd racing header. i havent made up my mind yet
                      http://store.kteller.com/kidd_racing.../i-412606.aspx

                      MRT: http://www.cb7tuner.com/vbb/showthread.php?t=95154

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                        #56
                        I'm running Kidd Racing right now with a 2.5 collector. As a matter of fact, I will be re dynoing this weekend so you can check mine out probably first thing Sun morn.
                        '94 JDM H22A: 178whp 146wtq

                        Originally posted by deevergote
                        If you say double dutch rudder, i'm banning you...

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                          #57
                          cool. goodluck, i'll be looking forward to your results.

                          MRT: http://www.cb7tuner.com/vbb/showthread.php?t=95154

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                            #58
                            Engine: H22A1
                            Transmission: M2F4
                            Intake: Skunk2 IM, Skunk2 70mm TB Portmatched, 3" Short Ram with AEM DryFlow Filter
                            Header: Bisimoto
                            Exhaust: Magnaflow Hi-Flow Cat, Greddy SP2 Cat-Back
                            Cam/Gear: Skunk2 Pro 2 Cams, Bisimoto Adj Gears
                            Valvetrain: Skunk2 Springs & Retainers, Supertech Valves
                            Pistons(Bore and C/R): Mahle Gold Pistons, 87.25mm - 11.5:1 C/R
                            Rods: Eagle H-Beam
                            Crank: Stock
                            Tuning Software: HondataS300 in a P28, AEM UGEO Wideband O2
                            Octane: 93

                            Other: Ported & Polished Head, FIC 525cc Injectors, AEM Fuel Rail & FPR, Valve Cover ported with -10AN ports (routed to oil catch can)

                            All mods listed in my members ride thread here: http://www.cb7tuner.com/vbb/showthread.php?t=107268

                            Dyno Vids here: http://www.cb7tuner.com/vbb/showthread.php?t=198018

                            Made 233.52whp 185wtq on a DynoJet Dyno




                            I have some changes coming, and another dyno session will be scheduled.
                            Last edited by GunRunner; 03-11-2013, 08:29 AM.
                            -1992 Accord EX H22 234whp 185wtq
                            -1993 Accord EX SOLD
                            -1995 Accord EX Wagon Daily Driver
                            -2012 GMC Canyon V8 4x4

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                              #59
                              Wonderful, and we have our new king! Do you have the machine shop that did the bore in your MRT? That would be a definitely good resource for those who don't want to sleeve or pay the premium for some of the big names.
                              '94 JDM H22A: 178whp 146wtq

                              Originally posted by deevergote
                              If you say double dutch rudder, i'm banning you...

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                                #60
                                GunRunner, is that car street driven? I'm really wondering if you have emissions numbers for that piston/cam/header combo...

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