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    68mm throttle will be a little big for this, you...

    68mm throttle will be a little big for this, you will be reaching full throttle earlier than really (not a good thing, loss of throttle resolution).

    I've used ITR cams on B16 valvetrain before -...
  3. Thread: DC2R Tuning time

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    The tuner will more than likely load up the ITR...

    The tuner will more than likely load up the ITR basemap and use that to start tuning from.
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    I haven't heard of anyone doing that but you can,...

    I haven't heard of anyone doing that but you can, I'm not sure if there is enough oil pressure at 2krpm to actuate the pins correctly so perhaps try a higher engine speed.

    Upload it to...
  5. Thread: DC2R Tuning time

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    It shouldn't take longer then 2-3 hours. It's so...

    It shouldn't take longer then 2-3 hours. It's so damn easy to tune these engines, especially when they are in near standard format.

    Don't know why you can't get a simple answer from the boys, i'm...
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    Do you have access to a leakdown tester? The...

    Do you have access to a leakdown tester?

    The rings are probably caked from sitting around for so long. It may clear up with some longer running - the "ticking" noise may be from the LMA's - they...
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    To be completely fair with the whole "inaccuracy"...

    To be completely fair with the whole "inaccuracy" issue - the wideband is simply a tuning tool, it's not a 100% figure you can hold to the wall, a high end exhaust gas analyser (a WB02 is essentially...
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    If you will be doing any tuning yourself, get...

    If you will be doing any tuning yourself, get one, otherwise you don't need it. WBO2 sensor's have a finite life and the heating control unit that powers them can affect this, some are better than...
  9. This must be the best thread dig on any forum. I...

    This must be the best thread dig on any forum. I saw the date and was waiting for "can I make 300kw on this?"
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    Are they 100% sure it's knock? To be...

    Are they 100% sure it's knock?

    To be completely fair to Honda, modifying the engine at all will render the knock control logic false. Do you have confirmation that your sensors are operating...
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    What do you mean? If mean the black fittings with...

    What do you mean? If mean the black fittings with no hoses in them they go to a breather tank like the one above - take note that the breather on that is a defect as it's venting to atmosphere, if...
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    It won't come out if it's the right sized Welch...

    It won't come out if it's the right sized Welch plug.

    Quick google search;

    http://honda-tech.com/showthread.php?t=729080
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    What are you having problems with? There is...

    What are you having problems with?

    There is more than one way to do it, the easiest way is using the rear ports off the block - you will need to buy the fittings or some people go to the effort...
  14. Thread: Dc5 tune Problem

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    Fair enough, but how hard is it to call your...

    Fair enough, but how hard is it to call your tuner? He/she can advise via email or the phone easily. I struggle to understand why the end user will want to change compensations that the tuner didn't...
  15. Thread: Dc5 tune Problem

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    I don't think this needs to be stickied, it's...

    I don't think this needs to be stickied, it's abit of common sense really!

    Who is around in QLD for the QLD guys? Surely there is someone up Cairns way!
  16. Thread: Dc5 tune Problem

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    Kpro is easy too though.. surely the tuner...

    Kpro is easy too though.. surely the tuner noticed the variable cam maps?
  17. Thread: Dc5 tune Problem

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    Take it back to your tuner and explain to him the...

    Take it back to your tuner and explain to him the situation, if he doesn't want to help, can't fix it, or seems to not know what his talking about, go elsewhere.

    This doesn't sound like a hard...
  18. Thread: B18B Rough idle

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    Yep, the engine light will remain on during that...

    Yep, the engine light will remain on during that process to confirm.

    Using the timing light you want to line up the red mark on the crank pulley (the middle marking), the white mark indicates...
  19. Thread: k24 swap issues.

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    Clear your inbox

    Clear your inbox
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    I'd just like to clarify something. The ground...

    I'd just like to clarify something.

    The ground control kit is still a very streetable setup, they don't have much provision for running slammed like the other types of coilovers, but they will...
  21. I think Adrian retuned it for him - I'm assuming...

    I think Adrian retuned it for him - I'm assuming it's all good in the hood now~
  22. You would ideally want to use the VTEC gear from...

    You would ideally want to use the VTEC gear from the B series engines but make sure you use the B18 timing belt (B16A is too short) and a VTEC water pump.

    Cheers,
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    I had one with my DC2, it was fine. Better than...

    I had one with my DC2, it was fine. Better than stock IMO - pedal was decent weight with a heavy duty clutch in it, with OEM clutch it was okish weight but I hate light clutches.
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    Length of flex is something to consider too,...

    Length of flex is something to consider too, usually shorter ones don't last as long in certain applications (for obvious reasons)
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    Spring preload defines the amount of force...

    Spring preload defines the amount of force required to overcome the spring to initiate spring travel - if you have 10mm of preload, that is 100kg required on the spring prior to any deflection of the...
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