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    Talking beeza's DIY's

    Thought I would put all my efforts into 1 thread in an effort to get other's motivated to do some DIY's and other useful info n' stuff (also a quick reference)



    MORE AIRFLOW THROUGH THE HEAD:

    http://www.ozhonda.com/forum/showthr...42#post3989142

    Calibrating The Voltage on the TPS

    Gettin' Ya Gaps right!

    Get that lip sitting straight

    Adjusting Ignition Timing

    MSD Ignition System Install

    Modifying the stock distributor cover to accept an external coil

    You Have Cleaned the IACV BUT Your Idle Is Still High/Erratic? Adjust The FITV.

    Header Wrap

    Modifying the stock Throttle body for more air flow

    Repairing stripped threads on the head from those DAMN Valve cover bolts!

    Breathing Fresh Air (finally)


    Also:

    Bushes - Replaced the major ones

    Honey,I steamed cleaned the car!

    Antenna Removal while keeping the stock look!

    Custom Mount for a GPS

    How to tell the year of an engine

    Stuff that's been sucked into the Throttle Body!!

    My Boot/Rear seat

    Claybar's are incredible

    Fake Pivot Raizins

    Reviews/products:

    Cusco H Brace

    Pivot Raizin Volt Stabilizer

    Cusco Brake Stopper

    X-Force Headers,Muffler + Magnaflow Hi Flow cat Installed, with sound clips

    Universal Strut Bar Lower Rear Cross Floor Bar Sway

    Teddy Bear Rear bar Hangin'

    Travels:

    http://www.ozhonda.com/forum/showthr...er-Tokyo-areas

    Beeza does Melbourne,the Yarra Valley,dandenong ranges and Phillip Island!

    My thread:

    The Batmobile

    Enjoy!

    btw ever wondered how that damn PCV system works?

    "Purpose of the PCV system
    During each compression stroke a small amount of gas seeps past the piston rings. These gasses comprise of an unburnt fuel/air mixture which contaiminates your engine oil and corrodes your internal parts. The purpose of the PCV system is to remove these gasses while maintaining emissions standards.
    The PCV valve tested is known as a variable-flow PCV valve. This valve allows the crankcase to evacuate gasses into the intake manifold even at high load conditions.
    The problem Honda engineers had was the following:
    They needed to find a vacuum source which provides a variable vacuum with less draw at idle and more vacuum pressure pulling gasses out at high load (WOT) conditions. The dilemma is that at Idle and low load conditions the vacuum present inside the Intake manifold is the greatest and at WOT the vacuum in the intake manifold is the lowest(almost none). This is the exact opposite of what is needed because their is more blowby gasses needed to evacuate at WOT (high load) then at Idle!
    So they designed a special spring loaded pintle valve(PCV valve) which does the following:
    Idle, Low load--- high vacuum pressures fully retract the pintle causing only a small vacuum draw on the crankcase.
    Mild load conditions--- vacuum present in the intake manifold is not as strong so the pintle sits in the middle of the pcv valve allowing more vacuum to evacuate the crankcase.
    High load + WOT conditions--- their is almost no vacuum present and the pintle is almost completely extended allowing the most amount of gasses to be drawn into the intake manifold.
    Engine backfire--- the pintle fully extends and seals to eliminate any gasses from flowing from the intake manifold to the crankcase.
    Under acceleration and high load situations blowby is extremely high and consequently the PCV valve/purge hose cannot supply enough vacuum to remove all the gasses needed. This is when the flow reverses from the valve cover to the intake. Their is so much blowby present that both the PCV valve/purge hose and the Valve cover breather/hose have to both vent excess pressures created. The PCV is working at its best but can't keep up with the demanding pressures created."

    This product looks GREAT:

    http://www.theoldone.com/components/breather/
    Last edited by beeza; 05-01-2016 at 11:38 AM.

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    A lot of great info here ....WELL DONE

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    Good stuff
    JDM D15B - you wouldn't understand

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    Sharing is caring.

    Thanks guys,get stuck in!

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    bump this up!

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    mods. i think this deserves status as a sticky thread.

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    Hey,Thanks a lot man!

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    Probably really should be part of this thread:
    http://www.ozhonda.com/forum/showthr...1-Under-review

    That said, very good info in here. Great work beeza! PM the mod of this forum and he will take care of it
    Got a question? Check out the FAQ - http://www.ozhonda.com/go/faq

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    Cheers Wyn and thanks for your support always too mate.

    I PM'ed Kiki

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    nice amount of infor there beez

    FYI Kiki is rarely on here now days, prob best to PM Drew directly to have the items sorted or a super mod
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    Cheers mate,I thought as much but there's no rush.

    If anyone is keen,they will find em'

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    beeza's Japan and Hong Hong Trip Pics

    beeza's Japan Pics 24th Nov - 3 Dec 2009

    Links don't work - i'm disappoint.
    FFamily

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