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Thema: French B18 Hiji : The Green Efficience

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    Standard French B18 Hiji : The Green Efficience

    Hi,

    I create a topic to present you my Hiji...

    I have it since 2007, untill 2009, I work essentially on the suspensions and brakes, although I have only the D15B2 90hp, it allow me to punish with road tires some bigger cars on track in, like Golf GTI, 206 S16 in slick tires...

    but they was passing me on the straight line...so I decided to swap engine for one of my favourite Honda engine (maybe my favourite engine!)
    D16A9! 130hp, and more torque at low rpm than a B16 (due to long run obtained with the crankshaft)...an really less expensive! I paid it 100€ all included to swap it in my car!







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    at the same time I was running with this D16A9, I rebuilt an other one:

    [flash width=425 height=350 loop=true flashvars=]http://www.youtube.com/v/BIpWPUc3zOQ[/flash]

    volumetric ration increase from 9.5:1 to 11:1...with OEM camshafts so the torque @ low rpm was really amazing for a 1,6L NA engine!

    I had a map done by a local mapper, the best mapp I have ever seen on this engine...
    with a friend we made a hybride gear box:the "Ouje Manuel Gear Box" (Portugal Domestic Market)

    with S20 Esi gear box as base, we change some intern parts for:
    EG3 ex 94'-95' final drive: 4,437 against 4,25
    3, 4, 5 gear pinion from ED7

    the max speed was 215-220km/h @ 8000rpm, with a great gear "overpass"





    I tested with a friend who had a EJ2 B16a2 swapped with ITR gear box & 4-5 gear EG6 pinion:
    2nd gear, 50km/ to 100km/h: 3 cars behind me
    3rd gear, 90km/h to 140km/h: 3 cars behind me
    2nd gear 50km/ to 150km/h: 3 cars behind me

    off course, my EG was weigthing only 820kg with the tank full, I think it help me

    DC2, EP3, FN2 Megane RS, golf GTI focus RS MK I, some Elises was behind me...































    I advise you this set up, this is the cheaper you can have, for 500€ you can have all the engine necessary to swap it, and the 2 or 3 gear boxes to make the Ouje Manuel gear box

    after trying this, I wonder why some B16 are sold 1200-1500€...

    but the default of this engin when it is used with high rpm: the rods bearing
    I learn the first thing to do is to change the OEM used for ACL race parts.









    then, I bend a rod due to this fucking rod bearing...@ at the same time, a friend wished to sell his B18 engine full set up(25000km) to buy a NSX...





    it was a good opportunity to swap again, for a 238hp engine ( measured with ITB, but I prefere the simple throttle, it is more efficient on B series)






    now with the base map the power is about 215hp...but I'm waiting for an Ethanol mapping

    Usually, this engine set up give 235-245hp/22-22,5mkg according to the measure, with SP98 gas, and 240-250hp/22,5-23,5mkg with Ethanol...




    now, my actually Setup:


    Chassis:
    Soldering all the chassis and subframe
    rear bar in stainless steel tube 30mm diameter, home made
    front RE bi-tube stainless steel bar

    Windows:

    lexan front glasses
    front & rear wipers deleted


    Body:
    doors lightened
    fiber hood (need to be installed)
    spoon like rear spoiler



    Interior:
    4,5kg carbon seat (only one seat for the moment)

    RRS steering wheel

    ITR Shifter

    Prosport Manometers: Oil pressure, Oil Temp,Water Temp
    Lambda AEM UEGO manometer
    Sparco 12pts rollcage (waiting installation, I really inadvise it to you, fitment is really bad !!!)

    Brakes:
    Goodridge brake hooses

    Renault clio RS II front calipers

    Carbone Loraine RC6 front brake pads

    282x25mm MG ZR front brake discs (drilled and grooved)

    EG6 rear calipers

    Carbone Loraine RC5 rear brake pads

    EG6 rear brake discs

    DOT 5.1


    Suspension:



    EG6 Front & Rear principal arms

    Polyurethane bushings

    ITR rear Lower control arms

    Blox Front & Rear Camber Kits

    ASR subframe

    ITR JDM 23mm rear anti-sway bar

    ITR JDM 25mm front anti-sway bar
    Ohlins ITR Shocks & RS*R Ti Springs

    Blox Traction Bar
    Front left & right upper wishbones inverted (to get between 3 & 4° of "chase" and more camber in dynamic)

    Wheels:
    ROH 15"x6,5" rims
    Bridgestone Potenza RE720 (195/50/15 on the rear axle, and 205/50/15 on the front axle)

    Engine:
    B18C6 engine block (25 000km)
    Oil pan partition home made
    OEM EK9 N1 extra light pulley (800 grams)
    AEM Camshafts pulleys
    Rocket Motorsport RM22x camshafts
    Supertech valves, valves springs & retainers
    0.8mm machining of the head (B16A2 head)
    Port & Polish of the head (Dremel machined)
    Fidanza 3,7kg flywheel
    Vision motorsport Ignition wires
    NGK iridium sparkplugs
    Torque damper
    Mishimoto ITR radiator
    Silicone radiator Hoses
    OEM & aftermarket B series oil leaks

    Gearbox:
    4.4 final drive
    3rd, 4th 5th Mfactory short pinions
    Quaife LSD
    ITR shifter linkage

    Intake:
    J's Racing carbon slug with 102mm air filter with aluminium/carbon isolation
    65mm Blox throttle
    AEBS B series intake manifold (opened and Dremel machined / port polished to improve air/gas blending )
    Precision 440cc injectors (waiting the Ethanol mapping)

    Exhaust:
    Hytech 4-2-1 exhaust header
    home made decat pipe (57mm)
    Hayame exhaust pipe
    Twinloop Muffler

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    I will look if I find some track videos, I know I have 2:

    the first, I pass a 360 Modena, and 2 turns later my ignition distributor has
    explosed ,
    the second, it is the dead of my second D16A9 on track "clac-clac-clac-clac inside"



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    Welcome! Nice car and good story and also great pictures !
    must be fun to drive !

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    Thank's!

    I confirm it,

    it is the funnier car I have driven for the moment

    but I have to become accustomed to the really short gear box now, the speed at the rev max @ each gear are about:

    1st: 60km/h
    2nd: 106km/h
    3rd:130km/h
    4th:160km/h
    5th: 196km/h

    (@ 8800rpm)



    so I have to improve shifting, and make it quickly now! it is not really easy, it is the only inconvenient of this set up!

    If someone is looking for a good alignment/setting of the control arms, I advise this one:

    front camber: 3,40 °mm
    rear camber: 2,00°mm
    chase: 4°mm
    front alignment: 0,05°mm on each wheel
    rear alignment: 0,05°mm on each wheel


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    4 doors for more whores Avatar von MatzeHatch
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    nice car and great work. "build not bought"

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    nice ride and story...what kind of airbox is installed there at the end? custom made?

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    it's a J's Racing carbon slug, with homemade isolation in carbon fiber

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    N1!

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    #kanjoparkhauswächter e.V. Mitglied Avatar von fago88
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    really nice car dude seems to make a lot of fun on track

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    Zitat Zitat von DrKBoT Beitrag anzeigen
    N1!
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    Ich verstehe nicht



    (i'm trying to speak german a little bit )

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    N1 = number 1 (= he likes your car)

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    1.111 - poste nichts mehr Avatar von DrKBoT
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    Zitat Zitat von SKUM Beitrag anzeigen
    N1 = number 1 (= he likes your car)
    Thank you. =)

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    aka honda .gr Avatar von wEEd
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    how did you get the Big Mac throug the small window

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    nice car! looks comfortable inside

    N1 is actually "nice one"...it's basically the same^^

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    Danke, OK for N1, I didn't know it!

    Zitat Zitat von wEEd Beitrag anzeigen
    how did you get the Big Mac throug the small window
    the waitress gave me it in a small bag



    more comfortable than a rolls royce, and more spacious than a VW combi

    I succeeded to put into the car in one time:

    an EG Hood
    an EG trunk
    an EG front lip
    the two fender
    the front bumper
    the rear spoiler
    and an openable roof



    some video when I was with D16A9 engine:

    the first:

    Val de Cuech, Salon de Provence:

    It was the second or third time I run this road, so was not "brainless" like on track
    my friend who has the ITR know it by heart since many year, because I live at 2km of this road

    at the upwill: 2 in my civic, 1 in the ITR


    ITR set up:

    Matter chassis
    Matter soldered roll-cage
    Coilover Bilstein PSS9 worked by Quaggliozzi (famous rallyman in France who has his own garage)
    ITR gear box with 4 and 5 gear of EG6
    Mugen head
    Mugen ECU
    Mugen or Promax Air box

    210 hp on a measurement bench

    so in uphill he easily pass me , because my friend who has the ITR know the road by heart for many years, because I live at 2km of this road

    http://youtu.be/KW8MGiNsIpY

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