Finally got my integra done

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  1. jdmh22accord

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    well i finished it today, runs awesome, fastest honda i've owned, it blows the doors off my accord so it should run mid to low 13's on slicks. The thing is like a sport bike, vtec at 6000, and at 7500 it just takes off, no time from 7500 to 9000rpm, sounds like a jet. I am very pleased with this swap the only problem i had was the mugen header has a much bigger collector than the ls, so my converter has to be cut, and a new flange welded on, other than that, perfect.
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    1996 integra RS
    JDM B18C R
    ACT xtreme 2600lb pressure plate
    ACT organic street disc
    ACT Xact 10lb chromoly flywheel
    Mugen header
    AEM alternator and power steering pullies
    AEM Type R cold air 3"
    Energy Suspension Shifter stabilizers

    JDM ITR gauge cluster, no monster tach here :D

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  2. ANGELL

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    Nice work ben, I would expect nothing less then the best from your guys
     
  3. Eisenflower

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    Nice clean swap, but i'm curious.. how is a stock B18C-R motor with pullies and a header going to manage running mid to low 13 second 1/4 mile times? :confused:
     
  4. ANGELL

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    He is from moncton, thats why. Seriously all the cars moncton puts out are fast. But tiem slips will be the judge in the end
     
  5. jdmh22accord

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    my ls with pullies and a dc header ran 14.40's on slicks, this is 75 more horsepower, lsd, clutch, flywheel, bigger slicks 22"s, etc

    plus my accord ran 13.70's all day in street trim, and this is faster

    by the end of the year i had dialed in my launch and was getting 1.98, 1.99 60 ft times all day, at miramichi, i ran once at the island and only got a couple of runs and went 14.55 with a 2.00 ft.

    I raced many imports at the track, and no integra was faster than mine, whether it be a swap or not, including GSR's and Type R's and ls integras.
    The fastest GSR, a swap in a RS ran 14.43 once, the yellow ITR from hali, only was able to pull 14.7, with the long list of mods that has, i was running 14.40-45 all day and was getting faster every weekend, i guess i will have to wait to show timeslips in may, first weekend of may is the test and tune at miramichi, so i will be there.

    Last year, even before i raced my integra, and i only raced it, because my accord broke, i said it would do 14's, everbody laughed and said it wouldn 't happen, i ran a 14.95 on 16" toyos first pass, and then threw slicks on so this is kind of the same thing.

    So i guess it will take a timeslip to prove it will be done, so better archive this one, it will be re-opened :D
     
  6. stu mccrea

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    Yeah am curious because my setup wouldn't yield (i don't know) a mid 13's times slip. And from what i can see my setup has a few more ponies and a few less lbs.

    Nice swap. nice work. Just not sure if the car is capable of these numbers with the mods listed.
     
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    AGREED.....he will have the time slips to back up those numbers that he has just posted.....and true.....Moncton does seem to put out alot of quick times don't they........haha
     
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    Your gonna have some VWs to contend with this year man!!!!
     
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    Shiiiiiit...Lookin good can't wait to see it at the track this summer
     
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    nice swap man :bigthumb:
     
  11. PirateSteve

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    Well he does have the slicks and LSD you don't have Stuie.

    Not that i'm worried, my sites are set a little bit higher :D
     
  12. stu mccrea

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    true steve. But again, hp is the name of the game as is traction. But to my calculations that swap probably puts out 160ish to the wheels, and last time i dyno'd i was 189 at the wheels. Anyhow, time slips will show.
     
  13. Shafft

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    nah.. JDM ITR motors should put down 170-180hp
     
  14. stu mccrea

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    Joe hows that? the stock usdm is 195hp, the jdm is 200. A stock usdm puts down 160ish to the wheels, so how is it possible that jdm one puts down 180?
     
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    Amanda Wards stock ITR hit 172 at the wheels :shrug: I hit like 169.7 or something like that in the GSR. Stu you should be 13's or damn close I think.. Although Dave Wombolts JDM ITR was only hitting low 14's I think, and that was 203 whp??
     
  16. stu mccrea

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    yeah am in the 13's according to the gtec, but i do not count that as an acurate time. I also have changed the gearing so daves car and mine would be closer to each other with the hand going to daves i believe.

    Also according to all my research amandas car wasn't stock, there were a few things done. Anyhow, would be interesting if i cared about 1/4 mile times and racing. I will stick to the twistie stuff.
     
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    (I raced many imports at the track, and no integra was faster than mine, whether it be a swap or not, including GSR's and Type R's and ls integras.
    The fastest GSR, a swap in a RS ran 14.43 once, the yellow ITR from hali, only was able to pull 14.7, with the long list of mods that has, i was running 14.40-45 all day and was getting faster every weekend, i guess i will have to wait to show timeslips in may, first weekend of may is the test and tune at miramichi, so i will be there.)

    Actually Ben I believe I ran a 14.42 this summer, i'll have to dig up my time slips tonight, and when I ran good I was in the 14.43,14.44...... But then again i'm not the greatest drag racer, damn second gear... :)

    Eric Bourgeois
     
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    Congrats on the swap. looks great, nice and clean.

    Look forward to seeing you at the track this summer.
     
  19. Shafft

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    "Amanda Wards stock ITR hit 172 at the wheels "

    this is what I was basing that on...
     
  20. jdmh22accord

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    stock JDM ITR's run anywhere from 175-185 at the wheels, from completely stock to mild bolt-ons
    www.importreview.com
     
  21. stu mccrea

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    sorry, that isn't possible.

    Even that site you provided shows the above is wrong.

    Not wishing to argue, but the fact remains that it doesn;t make 175-185 stock. Even after hondata tuning, header, and exhaust it puts our 175.

    no dissing your swap, just trying to show that the correct numbers.
     
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    you can't tell him anything Ben.....he knows all....no sense in even arguing with him....
     
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    *ding ding ding.. "Ladies and gentleman, Welcome, to the MAIN event"


    But for the sake of arguement,


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    haha are we taking any bets?
     
  25. Chris

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    yeah and me just heading to work...lol....I'll have to wait till 5 to get all the updates......have a great Day Q...lol
     
  26. stu mccrea

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    sorry, that isn't possible.

    Even that site you provided shows the above is wrong.

    Not wishing to argue, but the fact remains that it doesn;t make 175-185 stock. Even after hondata tuning, header, and exhaust it puts our 175.

    no dissing your swap, just trying to show that the correct numbers.
     
  27. DC5-S

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    That can't be possible. If the motor makes 200hp at the fly, then 185whp is only a 7% drivetrain loss. I know my car loses anywhere from 17% to 14% (200 flywheel hp to 166-173whp).
     
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    Lets not argue and wait for the time slips to be posted.
     
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    Noone is talking about timeslips now though, its HP output.. :D
     
  30. stu mccrea

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    theres too many spiney avatars on here :lol:
     
  31. stu mccrea

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    Woooooo hoooooo you must be related to billy...... oh well. I guess you can't have a constructive arguement on the internet with kids...
     
  32. jdmh22accord

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    yeah, there are highs and low
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    :o jesus man, get some torque or something :o
     
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    :rofl: :lol:
     
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    Yup, the torqueless wonders of the b series engine. Oh well it make up in other areas.
     

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