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    Re: The Performance thread

    Some H-series goodness with some 48MM DCOEs would be a kick-ass project. I'd love to see a newer VTAK motor with carby goodness.



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    Re: The Performance thread

    Quote Originally Posted by 2ndGenGuy View Post
    Some H-series goodness with some 48MM DCOEs would be a kick-ass project. I'd love to see a newer VTAK motor with carby goodness.
    Would'nt that be a problem cause of big difference in profile when vtec kicks. lol the Carbs can't be controlled by the ecu to dump more fuel like injectors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDRaptor View Post
    Would'nt that be a problem cause of big difference in profile when vtec kicks. lol the Carbs can't be controlled by the ecu to dump more fuel like injectors.

    lol Carbs + VTEC FTW
    Hmm, good point. But don't carbs meter fuel based on vacuum anyways? More lift / duration = more vacuum = more fuel?? Seems like a topic for another thread though. Sorry to whore this one up.

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    Re: The Performance thread

    Quote Originally Posted by lostforawhile View Post
    well i have an interesting project going in carb at least thats what i've been told. pretty serious performance change. the links are right above my signature. that link will take you to all three links. there are an assortment of videos too. at the moment it looks like the major overhaul kit is needed,both throttle shafts are worn out, so new bushings need to be pressed in and new throtttle shafts needed.
    I added your thread to the carb section Lost. You should turn that thread into a DIY on how to make the setup. I was looking through it and didnt really get an idea of what is needed. Also can anybody give me a link to the quad carb setup? I cant remember the members name, but I remember his car. Forrest green sedan with black wheels, and quad carbed a20.
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    Re: The Performance thread

    Quote Originally Posted by 2ndGenGuy View Post
    Hmm, good point. But don't carbs meter fuel based on vacuum anyways? More lift / duration = more vacuum = more fuel?? Seems like a topic for another thread though. Sorry to whore this one up.
    It's all good, I think the first post is the onyl important one. I have seen a carbed b18c. I never hear it run though, but from what I hear it was a bad MF.
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    The quad carb'd guy is in Portland, his name is Zufer.

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    Re: The Performance thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Legend_master View Post
    I added your thread to the carb section Lost. You should turn that thread into a DIY on how to make the setup. I was looking through it and didnt really get an idea of what is needed. Also can anybody give me a link to the quad carb setup? I cant remember the members name, but I remember his car. Forrest green sedan with black wheels, and quad carbed a20.
    i do believe zufer has quad carbs. i'm not sure if that's who you have in mind...?

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    Re: The Performance thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Legend_master View Post
    It's all good, I think the first post is the onyl important one. I have seen a carbed b18c. I never hear it run though, but from what I hear it was a bad MF.
    that is what I wanted to say, all of these set ups I have yet to hear one, I wanna hear it ... Lost? about ready yet?

    You can have the thead cleaned out later like you did some others here Legendmaster

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    Re: The Performance thread

    https://www.3geez.com/forum/showthrea...fuel+pump+same
    here is one but it isnt the one I was wanting to find

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    Re: The Performance thread

    Quote Originally Posted by 2ndGenGuy View Post
    The quad carb'd guy is in Portland, his name is Zufer.
    Yep thats it, Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by roodoo2 View Post
    that is what I wanted to say, all of these set ups I have yet to hear one, I wanna hear it ... Lost? about ready yet?

    You can have the thead cleaned out later like you did some others here Legendmaster
    it's a matter of money roodoo2,i'm building up everything and getting it finished, then i have to get the money to get the carbs rebuilt, since the throttle shafts are worn out,they have to go to z therapy to get fixed. as far as a how to,i'm hoping my thread will give some people ideas,this is uncharted territory,i've never heard of having SU's on a honda anywhere. i'm not sure how to tell anyone to do this,i have to engineer one piece at a time. sometimes the parts work,and sometimes they end up as scrap and i have to make different parts. if i knew someone who was a good draftman, we could get together and they could draw plans off of the parts already made. when i make something i almost never draw out plans,i know how to build it in my head, then i just take a chunk of aluminum and make a part, or sometimes i just stare at a part for hours until it hits me how to make it work. a lot of the stuff on my threads can also be applied to webber setups or other single barrel sidedraft setups. anybody got questions i'll be glad to answer them. it's all prototype stuff.

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    Re: The Performance thread

    That is really helpful thread... LM. I'll give You that. )))
    edit: have anyone tried to supercharge our A20? it might be less time consuming and cheaper...
    Last edited by Tomisimo; 08-30-2007 at 08:19 PM.

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    Re: The Performance thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Tomisimo View Post
    That is really helpful thread... LM. I'll give You that. )))
    edit: have anyone tried to supercharge our A20? it might be less time consuming and cheaper...
    there are a few threads about that, seems like there was a lot of inconclusive information out there. I love the idea of using vacuum pump supercharge or forced. Having a dash controled ignition timing would be a plus, as well as manual boost control for the SC. I m staying carbed
    Last edited by 2oodoor; 08-31-2007 at 03:45 AM.

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    Re: The Performance thread

    I so have tot ag this one!
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    Re: The Performance thread

    http://www.quickhonda.net/oldHPfaq.htm#2.0

    A link to a good read for a primer on Honda performance

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    Re: The Performance thread

    Thank you,

    I'm bookmarking it.

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    Re: The Performance thread

    Updated the information about motor swap. Ive been out of the loop, so if anybody has any suggestions for threads that should be added here, let me know.
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    Re: The Performance thread

    update for me, I know someone with a supposedly good functioning set of 69 Datsun Z carbs, they will bolt straight to my manifold and linkages, so that may solve the carb rebuild issue

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    Re: The Performance thread

    EDIT NM found his updated website.
    Last edited by Legend_master; 06-20-2010 at 08:32 AM.
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    Re: The Performance thread

    add this link to the first post. tuning basics.
    http://www.aemelectronics.com/files/...asics_V1.3.pdf
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    Re: The Performance thread

    I'll let Legend_master update his original post with this info. PM me if you need something else.
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    Re: The Performance thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Dr_Snooz View Post
    I'll let Legend_master update his original post with this info. PM me if you need something else.
    I'll update when I get near a computer.
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    Re: The Performance thread

    Quote Originally Posted by 89T View Post
    add this link to the first post. tuning basics.
    http://www.aemelectronics.com/files/...asics_V1.3.pdf

    Just read the whole article, damn good write-up!
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    Re: The Performance thread

    Can anyone update the info on the colt stage 2

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    Re: The Performance thread

    Quote Originally Posted by lostforawhile View Post
    Can anyone update the info on the colt stage 2
    What is the update?
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