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#983007 - 16th Jan 2012 7:59pm Joe's Honda Civic Track car
joeleoek3 Offline
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Registered: 3rd Aug 2009
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Alryt fellas!


Heres the first one i had



Made a mess of that so thought I would get another smile



Proper granny spec but alot has changed



To this..



Then few more mods..















And the best bit ...





























Il put up a proper speclist shortly also il be putting some lightweight composite seats in smile

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#983008 - 16th Jan 2012 8:07pm Re: Joe's Honda Civic Track car [Re: joeleoek3]
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Is right mate, nice car happy

more people adding thier mods the better.
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#983009 - 16th Jan 2012 8:23pm Re: Joe's Honda Civic Track car [Re: joeleoek3]
joeleoek3 Offline
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Vehicle
1998 Honda Civic ek3

Brakes/Suspension
Meister R Zeta S coilovers
282 and 262 disc conversion
Brembo discs and pads
Cyberspeed lca's
Integra Type R front strut brace
Rear trailing arm bushes replaced - oem
Lower Balljoints replaced
All Front bushes replaced with Energy suspension poly bushes
Goodridge and HEL brakelines
5.1 Motul Brake Fluid
Tegiwa MasterCylinder Stopper
Vredestein sportrac 3 tyres

Engine
B18c4 with colourcoded cover
Custom 2.5" exhaust
Inv
Decat
96 Integra 2.5" Exhaust manifold
Blox version 3 Intake manifold - On order
Aem Cold Air Intake
Polished Rocker Cover
Cambelt Changed

Exterior
Ek9 Style Headlights
Ek9 Front Lip
Ek9 Rear Lip
Ek9 Grill
Facelift rear lights
Jdm Sized Plates
Tilted oem spoiler
Tegiwa Tilt Bracket
16" Rota Circuit 8 in Silver soon to be swapped

Interior
Momo Tuner stearing wheel
Momo carbon horn button
D1 spec quick release
Xbrace
Evo8 FQ300 Recaro
Honda Integra passenger Recaro - now sold
EK9 door cards
DC2 rear bench - now sold
Ek9 Gear gaitor
Fli Swat5 Headunit - soon going
upgraded 6X9 speakers - removed
Removed rear plastics
Satin black painted interior
removed front and rear sound deadening
Carbon fibre wrapped interior trim


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#983010 - 16th Jan 2012 8:24pm Re: Joe's Honda Civic Track car [Re: _Ste_]
joeleoek3 Offline
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Originally Posted By: _Ste_
Is right mate, nice car happy

more people adding thier mods the better.


Cheers mate, cant wait to get this bloody engine in!

Definately! I would be soo bored if i didn't mod my car smile

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#983011 - 16th Jan 2012 11:53pm Re: Joe's Honda Civic Track car [Re: joeleoek3]
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Ohhhhhh, B18-ness grin

Was the car a B16 previously, or a D series?

If you need any advice, gimmie a shout - bit of a Honda buff myself.... sorry
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#983012 - 17th Jan 2012 1:08am Re: Joe's Honda Civic Track car [Re: joeleoek3]
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There's a B18 engine'd Accord (the one with the red cam cover, I don't know too much about these) in A1 Breakers in Ellesmere Port if anyone's interested. smile
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#983013 - 17th Jan 2012 8:51am Re: Joe's Honda Civic Track car [Re: joeleoek3]
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The Accords are a H22s wink

The 1.8s and non Type R cars are F Series engines and not really performance orientated. The H22 is similar to the K20 as fitted to the Civic Type R - the engine is quite different from the B Series and the conversion is more complicated.
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#983014 - 17th Jan 2012 11:07am Re: Joe's Honda Civic Track car [Re: StuyMac]
joeleoek3 Offline
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Originally Posted By: StuyMac
Ohhhhhh, B18-ness grin

Was the car a B16 previously, or a D series?

If you need any advice, gimmie a shout - bit of a Honda buff myself.... sorry


Haha oh yes!

The car was previosly a d15 so iv had to source new mounts aswel. Should be a nice step up from 115hp

I definately will thanks mate! Iv looked through your build a few times smile Looks awesome

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#983015 - 17th Jan 2012 11:09am Re: Joe's Honda Civic Track car [Re: StuyMac]
joeleoek3 Offline
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Registered: 3rd Aug 2009
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Loc: greasby

Originally Posted By: DavidB
There's a B18 engine'd Accord (the one with the red cam cover, I don't know too much about these) in A1 Breakers in Ellesmere Port if anyone's interested. smile



Originally Posted By: StuyMac
The Accords are a H22s wink

The 1.8s and non Type R cars are F Series engines and not really performance orientated. The H22 is similar to the K20 as fitted to the Civic Type R - the engine is quite different from the B Series and the conversion is more complicated.


Ye Accords are h22's and a Grrr to put in a civic I heard.

I may need to go for a trip round a few breakers yards, see if i can find any bargains smile

Also my wheels are for Sale if anyone is interested

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#983016 - 17th Jan 2012 12:00pm Re: Joe's Honda Civic Track car [Re: joeleoek3]
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Looks like a nice project smile

Having only ever delt with B Series lumps, in not 100% on the d to b series swap, but a few things worth checking...

Loom and ECU - do you need one from the B Series the motor came from?

Gear linkage?

Clutch - is the B18C4 hydraulic?

Shafts - are the shafts interchangeable or do you need the B16 / 18 shafts and hubs?

Had the car been a VTi then it would have been a lot easier, but as its a D series, Im not sure how much on the car will work with the B18 motor.
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#983017 - 17th Jan 2012 4:45pm Re: Joe's Honda Civic Track car [Re: StuyMac]
joeleoek3 Offline
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Registered: 3rd Aug 2009
Posts: 22
Loc: greasby
Originally Posted By: StuyMac
Looks like a nice project smile

Having only ever delt with B Series lumps, in not 100% on the d to b series swap, but a few things worth checking...

Loom and ECU - do you need one from the B Series the motor came from?

Gear linkage?

Clutch - is the B18C4 hydraulic?

Shafts - are the shafts interchangeable or do you need the B16 / 18 shafts and hubs?

Had the car been a VTi then it would have been a lot easier, but as its a D series, Im not sure how much on the car will work with the B18 motor.


Im using a p28 ecu with a b18c4 basemap with a conversion harness to use my loom

Driveshafts, gearbox and gear linkages all came with the swap smile

Everything should be covered just need to get it in smile

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#983018 - 17th Jan 2012 6:48pm Re: Joe's Honda Civic Track car [Re: joeleoek3]
StuyMac Offline

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Registered: 24th Nov 2003
Posts: 12002
Loc: Wirralshire
Happy days grin

Swap the inlet before you fit the motor (If its not too late, cancel the Blox one and get a DC2 one - Blox and Skunk2 are Type R copies anyway wink ) - there is a support bracket under the manifold and when the motor is in the car, it can be a pig to get at shifty

...and dont forget to take pics, lots of pics - we like pics smile
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#983019 - 17th Jan 2012 8:17pm Re: Joe's Honda Civic Track car [Re: StuyMac]
joeleoek3 Offline
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Registered: 3rd Aug 2009
Posts: 22
Loc: greasby
Originally Posted By: StuyMac
Happy days grin

Swap the inlet before you fit the motor (If its not too late, cancel the Blox one and get a DC2 one - Blox and Skunk2 are Type R copies anyway wink ) - there is a support bracket under the manifold and when the motor is in the car, it can be a pig to get at shifty

...and dont forget to take pics, lots of pics - we like pics smile


Blox will be here in a few days im afraid, skunk2 one was about 80 more frown Dc2 ones don't fit the b18c4 because the head is deifferent, studs don't fit apparently.

Definately swapping it before i put the motor in. I changed the inlet on my d-series with a better one whilst the engine was in and it was a nightmare!

Thanks for the advice Stu! Wish i had a Teg frown Id love some of those polycarb windows but im a bit skint atm! Maybe next year

Il get loads of pics dont worry smile

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#983020 - 23rd Jan 2012 9:39pm Re: Joe's Honda Civic Track car [Re: joeleoek3]
joeleoek3 Offline
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Registered: 3rd Aug 2009
Posts: 22
Loc: greasby
Ended up going for the blox intake manifold from H-tune





Took the old Inlet mani bracket off the back which wasnt needed



Also bought a jdm 96 spec 2.5" mani. Will do for now until i get a stainless one smile



And some new jdm wheels - Go Zeegans! about 2.6lbs lighter and 15 inch which is better for track. They are 50 profile though so look quite chunky.









They do need a refurb and one wheel the paint is fuberd and all the polished lips are pitted but its another little project smile

Engine conv is starting this w/e smile Bit worried incase something goes wrong or i forget something though!

Need to transfer the ek3 engine loom onto the b18c4 engine once it is out. Anyone know how hard this is?

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#983021 - 23rd Jan 2012 11:18pm Re: Joe's Honda Civic Track car [Re: joeleoek3]
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Registered: 17th Dec 2003
Posts: 8019
Loc: my house
Nice rims, I have a 5zigen exhaust on my ek, nicest one ive ever owned.
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