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Old 03-20-2011, 12:38 AM
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Reserving my spot

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when are you doing it? i def. have got to see this. will probably attempt this too on my GE when my warrenty is up in 3 years
 
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are you refering to a kpro code, or the stamp code on the manifolds?
iam useing the stock rbb from tsx with a j35 throttle body, its 68mm intake side and 64.5mm manifold side, biggest oem dbw tb. got it for 100 shipped brand new and bolts rite up to the rbb and rrc manifolds.
thats interesting, never knew that would fit, are you going to run cable or DBW for the throttle body ?

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How about the skunk2 ones?
not going to fit, i did test it before i went with the rsx-s manifold no luck =[
 
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thats interesting, never knew that would fit, are you going to run cable or DBW for the throttle body ?=[
the way the tsx manifold curves down, its ruffly the same length as the type s manifold, iam using dbw throttle body cuz i wanted to keep my factory gauges and its from a j35 which is cheaper and bolts rite up to tsx manifold and at 68mm its biggest oem dbw throttle body availble, only thing i want to improve on is i used the factory tsx header and welded flange from exhaust to the collector, hoping this summer to send a copy of it to asp so they can make a better design with bigger runners and all that plus custom allways looks nice
 
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Old 03-20-2011, 09:29 AM
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when are you doing it? i def. have got to see this. will probably attempt this too on my GE when my warrenty is up in 3 years
I'm doing it this summer!
 
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Old 03-20-2011, 11:06 AM
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reserving my spot.... starting this summer as well!!!!
 
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Old 03-21-2011, 01:20 AM
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Originally Posted by breadman View Post
the way the tsx manifold curves down, its ruffly the same length as the type s manifold, iam using dbw throttle body cuz i wanted to keep my factory gauges and its from a j35 which is cheaper and bolts rite up to tsx manifold and at 68mm its biggest oem dbw throttle body availble, only thing i want to improve on is i used the factory tsx header and welded flange from exhaust to the collector, hoping this summer to send a copy of it to asp so they can make a better design with bigger runners and all that plus custom allways looks nice
oh cool, def wouldnt mind to see that...good luck with everything man
 
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Old 03-21-2011, 05:13 AM
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Originally Posted by JCrimson View Post
How about the skunk2 ones?
Skunk2 intake manifold for the K motor is a revised version of a RBC
so it's too long to fit in the fit engine bay


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reserving my spot.... starting this summer as well!!!!
Originally Posted by MNfit View Post
I'm doing it this summer!
stop reserving spots.....get them DONE now !! lol



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teaser looks good man... whats the eta of when it will be drivable ?
 
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teaser looks good man... whats the eta of when it will be drivable ?

waiting for my wiring master to hook everything up inside the car....racepak guages, k-pro etc...then put the motor in...then should be driveable !
 
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Originally Posted by FELIXY69 View Post
Skunk2 intake manifold for the K motor is a revised version of a RBC
so it's too long to fit in the fit engine bay






stop reserving spots.....get them DONE now !! lol



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I'm digging the valve cover. I just picked a k24a2. Decided to go all motor. I really wanted boost, but the fact that the manifold available would be completely robbing me of power I said screw it. That, and the fact that getting beat by an all motor fit would be that much more embarrassing. Hoping to have it done by the end of the summer. Itbs/cams/headwork. Shooting for 280-290whp. Should be 11s.
 
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Originally Posted by mike410b View Post
Oh I know. I'm just trying to make it streetable. Granted, itbs are not the best for that, but I'm only going to take it out on the weekends.

Hell, I may shoot for more once it is actually on the dyno. My buddy Chris treblic will be helping me with the tune. He's one of the best k tuners in the world.
 

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Old 03-23-2011, 12:20 AM
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nice im shooting for 250whp NA with a K24a2. My thinking was kind of the same with NA, it would be fun as hell to beat cars with a NA Fit.
 
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do you guys know any reputable shops for kswaps in cali?

-Frank
 
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did a first start on mine sunday but there was a bad exhaust leak from the header so towed it back to a friends shop to get it fixed, hoping to be out in a few days and take it for a test drive before end of the week.

to the guys trying to hit 300 hp na, i was doing 210hp in my k20a type r swaped 92 hatch and was door to door with ls1 camaros, etc. ill post vids. but when doing streetable power i would say anything over 270hp wont be fun to drive daily in a k series platform na. itbs will making u hate idleing, and takes alot of tuning to get rite. iam a suporter on k20a.org and there is alot of good build threads and info there too.
YouTube - VID 00022-20100403-2301.wmv

YouTube - k20a vs srt 4 stage 1

YouTube - k20a type r hatch vs k24a2 ek hatch

i miss the hatch, but selling helped me get into my fit, everything happens for a reason
 
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Old 03-23-2011, 08:36 AM
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Originally Posted by FELIXY69 View Post
waiting for my wiring master to hook everything up inside the car....racepak guages, k-pro etc...then put the motor in...then should be driveable !
awesome sounds good...

Originally Posted by whtsjdm View Post
I'm digging the valve cover. I just picked a k24a2. Decided to go all motor. I really wanted boost, but the fact that the manifold available would be completely robbing me of power I said screw it. That, and the fact that getting beat by an all motor fit would be that much more embarrassing. Hoping to have it done by the end of the summer. Itbs/cams/headwork. Shooting for 280-290whp. Should be 11s.
itbs are nice but you got to cut your hood for that =[
 
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Old 03-23-2011, 09:07 AM
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rsx-s shift boot install

first i placed it where the old shift boot was then cut the area that i didnt need, i dont have a before picture but couple of after pictures (sorry)
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where you must cut the center console to make it fit so that you'll be able to shift properly . ** remember you have to push it under the dashboard slightly until you can neutral is perfectly free to move**
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you can actually see that i got frustrated at that point and cut it sloppy lol, hope you guys can do a better job then i did
Special thanx to my Friend who's also my mechanic Lance
 
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Old 03-23-2011, 09:33 AM
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looks good, i did mine very similiar to yours, but i couldnt get the console on without cutting it so iam just leaving it off till i figure out a better way, only have a pic of it out the car, made a tube frame for it, will take pics of it in car and post too
 
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Old 03-23-2011, 10:14 AM
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Originally Posted by breadman View Post
did a first start on mine sunday but there was a bad exhaust leak from the header so towed it back to a friends shop to get it fixed, hoping to be out in a few days and take it for a test drive before end of the week.

to the guys trying to hit 300 hp na, i was doing 210hp in my k20a type r swaped 92 hatch and was door to door with ls1 camaros, etc. ill post vids. but when doing streetable power i would say anything over 270hp wont be fun to drive daily in a k series platform na. itbs will making u hate idleing, and takes alot of tuning to get rite. iam a suporter on k20a.org and there is alot of good build threads and info there too.
YouTube - VID 00022-20100403-2301.wmv

YouTube - k20a vs srt 4 stage 1

YouTube - k20a type r hatch vs k24a2 ek hatch

i miss the hatch, but selling helped me get into my fit, everything happens for a reason
Oh I know it's not going to be the most streetable setup. Hell, I haven't even fully decided on na vs. Boost. I'm also on k20a. Here's my buddy's hatch who will be helping me out with the tune.
k turbo hatch
 

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Old 03-23-2011, 10:33 AM
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ive talk to chris a few times on the forum, seen and heard nothing but good things about him and his work, honestly been thinking bout driving my fit to him for a tune cuz iam only 5 hours away from him.
 

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