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    9 second a20!! a to b series tranny adapter plate!!

    Well i doubt anyone has found this yet. My friend sent it to me today while i was at school and i was in complete aw over it!!! Its Jason budds a20!!! Sick ass setup! Here are some pics of it! I guss the only problem he ever had with it was the trannys kept breaking so he made a adapter so he could put B series trannys on it!! I was like HOLY SHIT!! So here is the pics and the link for all the info!!

    here is the link
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    i guess thats the car its going in now.












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    Re: 9 second a20!! a to b series tranny adapter plate!!

    Holy shit! That is bad ass. Someone should patend that and sell it. I'd buy it for sure .

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    Re: 9 second a20!! a to b series tranny adapter plate!!

    Holy hell, I'd like to see some engine specs on that one...


    Nevermind, they're on the site
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    Re: 9 second a20!! a to b series tranny adapter plate!!

    go a series. 9 sec is possable for any of us
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    Re: 9 second a20!! a to b series tranny adapter plate!!

    Yeah, any of us with a shell and light frame. =P

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    Re: 9 second a20!! a to b series tranny adapter plate!!

    OMG inspiration for my car!!!!!!!!! i doubt the a18 will get in2 9's let alone the 13's

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    Re: 9 second a20!! a to b series tranny adapter plate!!

    Wow that is a nice setup.

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    Re: 9 second a20!! a to b series tranny adapter plate!!

    Turbo A series>* Im actually surprised at his tranny failures, i really wonder what the weak link is? Jason budd has been around racing with an A20 for years now, last i saw he was running 10 flat in an 85 lude. This tranny adapter is some nice work, i bet it took him forever to fab this, seriously. It looks simple but im sure it was a nightmare. Oh yeah, look at his engine buildup... 10:1 JE pistons and pauter rods at 30psi. Im in love
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    Re: 9 second a20!! a to b series tranny adapter plate!!

    Wow impressive as hell... I've heard about him before... that adapter plate is damn cool.

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    Re: 9 second a20!! a to b series tranny adapter plate!!

    Yeah I saw him at the dragstrip a couple of times already

    Nice adapter plate!!!

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    Re: 9 second a20!! a to b series tranny adapter plate!!

    very hot makes me think wether or not I should buy a B20 or just put money into my A20

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    Re: 9 second a20!! a to b series tranny adapter plate!!

    Someone needs to figure out his OBD setup and what distributor he is running. Tuning on a 30PSI 10:1 compression motor would be a bitch. Really hot motor though, it is kinda inspiring to see that.
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    Re: 9 second a20!! a to b series tranny adapter plate!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Legend_master
    Someone needs to figure out his OBD setup and what distributor he is running. Tuning on a 30PSI 10:1 compression motor would be a bitch. Really hot motor though, it is kinda inspiring to see that.

    yea, deffiently need to find that out. Im curious too.
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    Re: 9 second a20!! a to b series tranny adapter plate!!

    good find man! jason budd is a fricken insparation to all A series guys!

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    Re: 9 second a20!! a to b series tranny adapter plate!!

    i just love custom fabbed stuff
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    Re: 9 second a20!! a to b series tranny adapter plate!!

    Quote Originally Posted by bobafett
    good find man! jason budd is a fricken insparation to all A series guys!
    word. turbo a series Jasons are hoss. Jason budd is running simple digital systems EM-4 EMS and MSD digital 8. I think he might be running the stock dizzy also.
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    Re: 9 second a20!! a to b series tranny adapter plate!!

    we need to get him on here so we can figure this stuff out
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    Re: 9 second a20!! a to b series tranny adapter plate!!

    yeah, stock dizzy and standalone + msd stuff.

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    Re: 9 second a20!! a to b series tranny adapter plate!!

    Quote Originally Posted by carotman
    yeah, stock dizzy and standalone + msd stuff.

    this is how he explains it

    the motor runs on a full stand alone efi system which is Simple Digital Systems (sds) EM-4 the inputs for the injection come from the sds supplied crank trigger,map,IAT,ect... your right the vacum advance is removed but the dizzy still has it's trigger. the spark advance/retard is all through the MSD digi. 8. with external coil. the car was tuned at SMP by stephane beauragarde aka.Frenchy!
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    Re: 9 second a20!! a to b series tranny adapter plate!!

    Just curious as to what it would take to adapt a B-series tranny to our cars, and what the advantages would be? Say we could fab an adapter plate like that, and a crankshaft spacer as well, we would still need custom axles to make up/lose the differences on each side (since the tranny is now a bit more to the right because of the adapter plate). Also, it would mean using B-series axles; are the splines the same, or would we have to change out the entire wheel hub assembly as well? What about VSS/speedo cable compatibility? I don't think it is just as easy as bolting on an adapter plate. What would be the advantage of a B-series tranny anyway? He seems to imply they are stonger. Are they, and if so, why?
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    Re: 9 second a20!! a to b series tranny adapter plate!!

    thats a nice hot setup. The intake manifold looks pretty hot. A lot of custom parts and even tho the First engine shot (black engine bay) looks like a 3g engine bay (with the 3 bolt shock mount). if thats the case, then that would probably be the fastest 3g yet (even tho johnny ran a 10.4s).

    Extremely Hot.

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    Re: 9 second a20!! a to b series tranny adapter plate!!

    he never ran a 3g praveen. He is the fastest A20 powered guy, but hes only ran civics and preludes.
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    Re: 9 second a20!! a to b series tranny adapter plate!!

    Quote Originally Posted by AccordEpicenter
    he never ran a 3g praveen. He is the fastest A20 powered guy, but hes only ran civics and preludes.
    then its probably a 2nd gen lude im looking at then. But either way, its a challenge for Johnny.

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    Re: 9 second a20!! a to b series tranny adapter plate!!

    mmm bseries trannies have NICE CHEAP lsd's available. well actually i dont even care if they are cheap, as long as its not a diff ruining PG style diff!

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    Re: 9 second a20!! a to b series tranny adapter plate!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Robs89LXi
    Just curious as to what it would take to adapt a B-series tranny to our cars, and what the advantages would be? Say we could fab an adapter plate like that, and a crankshaft spacer as well, we would still need custom axles to make up/lose the differences on each side (since the tranny is now a bit more to the right because of the adapter plate). Also, it would mean using B-series axles; are the splines the same, or would we have to change out the entire wheel hub assembly as well? What about VSS/speedo cable compatibility? I don't think it is just as easy as bolting on an adapter plate. What would be the advantage of a B-series tranny anyway? He seems to imply they are stonger. Are they, and if so, why?
    I'm almost positive all honda splines for the axles are the same and I don't think the extra bit of width the plate adds to the tranny makes that much difference. Have you ever taken the axles out? There is quite a bit of play there, I think if anything you'd just have to adjust the camber. B series trannies have ALOT more aftermarket support, they may not be any stronger in there stock form(i dunno), but there is alot out there to upgrade them. Some one correct me if I"m wrong here.

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