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Old 01-22-2010, 11:53 AM   #1
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Default OH sh*t Guys i got more parts for the build

allright i got a throttle body spacer
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And a unorthodox crank pulley

and my oil pump I am going to make sure this one will last another 200,000 miles lol
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my camshaft is next but it will take a bit for this one they want like 400 bux from webcams .com i know the guy who owns this bussiness hes giving me a deal even
Oh ya check out my website you have to paste this into your adress bar it wont show up if you google search ithttp://www.stricktlynsaneracing.com
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allmost for got about the timing belt kit.

this is what the cam gear looks like
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Everything looks pretty good but I would like to recommend one thing, don't get that pulley. If you did, see if you can sned it back. It won't help for what you want to do. Your stock pulley will handle it.

Good job getting everthing else.


Have you checked with Bisi to see how much a regrind will cost for a y7 cam?
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Oh yea, another thing, on that throttle body spacer, I think it would be better to swap to a y8 intake manifold first instead of putting it your y7.
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ya i have been wanting to do the y8 intake swap but i cant find one with all the sensors for a diecent price. and on the pulley it is taking weight off the crankshaft with lighter pulley to reduce the hp i lose in the cranksystem. they say it will add anywhere from 3 to 5 horsepower. by reducing drag on the cranking system
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They can tell you what they want.

You want nothing but crank power, take off your AC system and power steering.

I would skip it.

also, if you want, I can help you get a y8 IM.
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power stearing is allready gone but i kinda want the ac so i think i am just going to go for it i would have to wait like three weeks to get my money refunded, I figure ehh it will look cool too
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I figure ehh it will look cool too
I learned that on some parts where you see that it look cool but it doesn't perform good.

I'm going to post a link about them pulleys so you can read.
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Terry, check out this thread: http://www.honda-tech.com/showthread.php?t=1505016

Google aftermarket crank pulleys for more information. Unless you get a super expensive one, most likely it won't be balanced in the same way that the factory crank pulley is, and can actually damage your engine via increased vibrations.

Not worth it in my opinion, but it's up to you...
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Do you already have a lightened flywheel? In my opinion that would be a better and safer method of reducing rotational mass then a lightened crank pulley...
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no the flywheel is stock but that makes sense i will research it more thanks guys good looking out
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Default damn im pissed

I was putting the water pump on and broke a bolt tightening them up I'm pissed not when I am taking it off or anything its putting it on I didn't notice that the bolts where stretched I had the damn thing ready now I have to drill a hole and tap new threads damn it. Anyone got any ideas besides just use an easy out. On how to get this biotch out? Ill post pics and explain more when I get to work in the morning, I had to vent.
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freaking damn it im pissed


Dont forget to oil your drill bit lol

so i broke down and tried an easy out i hate these things they never work, just give you false hope and you end up breaking it off in the hole or having to tap it anyways errrrrrr.
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so the moral of the story is dont ever reuse bolts that go into the block.

it is kinda hard to see but the bolt is stretched "the right one" i should have looked for this before putting it back together lesson learned lol
hey hey look at that, new ones lol
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You could reuse them. No problem.


a torque wrench is your best friend when rebuilding.


I even reused Head Bolts Twice before! lol
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i guess you could but you run the risk of this happening. and the head bolts are bad there pata no reusie of the head bolts for sure lol. but ya you see the streatched bolt they will break every time. not good thats what i was saying the torque wrench broke it at 9 pounds. i was sad it shouldnt have done that it was the bad bolts
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allright pata im just going to do it i figure since it is sitting in my garage i say lets do it. what do you think on the price for this can you beat this

He wants 68 bucks shipped for this what do ya think

why does this one have the hole in the back and not the other one ha?


Ok this is another one i have choices
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