RaisedHaze's First Integration Rejuvenation

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RaisedHaze's First Integration Rejuvenation

Postby raisedhaze » February 6th, 2013, 3:30 pm

I'll keep this as a placeholder for when I dig up my old posts of my build.
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Re: RaisedHaze's First Integration Rejuvenation

Postby Mr NW Classic » February 7th, 2013, 1:07 am

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Re: RaisedHaze's First Integration Rejuvenation

Postby raisedhaze » February 7th, 2013, 8:23 pm

I picked up this car back in 2007 from the U of M with less than 100 total miles on it since it was donated new back in 1986 from Bloomington Acura. The car was used as a kinesiology drunk driving simulation car without any running gear and a whole bunch of sensors and stuff wired up in it for the simulation so the driver got feedback like the car was actually moving. At the time, I was rebuilding a motor from my first car ever (still a special place in my heart) which was a 1988 Integra and had to pick it up since it made so much sense. Please excuse all the crappy cell phone pictures.

Here's how it sat as of 2010:
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Interior:
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But I decided to pick up all the necessary parts for a B-swap:

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Found a guy on a local honda forum selling this motor (B18C1):

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Picked it up in my 1998 Integra!

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...and this tranny (B16 with quaife lSD):

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...to replace this:

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With this:

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This thing is has been a blast!
Here's the baseline dyno results

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...and a photo of her airing out.
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That's as far as I got in summer 2012. I will try to find pictures of the steps leading to that point.

Next stesps in the process are finalizing the turbo build with a goal of 300 whp - then off to paint - hopefully end of the season 2013.
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Re: RaisedHaze's First Integration Rejuvenation

Postby raisedhaze » February 7th, 2013, 8:28 pm

Fitting the manifold and turbo:
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Making a sweet stainless 2.5" exhaust fit that used to be on a DC Integra. It took a couple hours but fit very well in the end.

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Re: RaisedHaze's First Integration Rejuvenation

Postby Clindayen » February 12th, 2013, 4:45 am

Very nice, inspirational!
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1997 EJ8 Honda Civic EX (Sold)
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Re: RaisedHaze's First Integration Rejuvenation

Postby Clindayen » February 12th, 2013, 4:45 am

Very nice, inspirational!
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1990 DA9 Acura Integra GS (Sold)
1997 EJ8 Honda Civic EX (Sold)
1991 DA9 Acura Integra RS (Sold)
1992 DB2 Acura Integra GS-R (Out Of Commission atm)
1988 DA3 Acura Integra LS (Daily)
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Re: RaisedHaze's First Integration Rejuvenation

Postby VAPRAI » February 13th, 2013, 7:50 pm

Clean B swap. Really interesting background on this 86.
Did it come with that 88-89 style wheel and interior?
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Re: RaisedHaze's First Integration Rejuvenation

Postby raisedhaze » February 15th, 2013, 7:28 pm

VAPRAI wrote:Clean B swap. Really interesting background on this 86.
Did it come with that 88-89 style wheel and interior?


No, I decided to swap in the dash and steering wheel from another Integra I owned (my first car, 1988 4-door) to get AC and Cruise control. The dash that came with it had some issues since they just hacked through the firewall to route some wires and such. I spent a LONG time filling in and smoothing out all the holes on the firewall where they had hacked things apart.
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Re: RaisedHaze's First Integration Rejuvenation

Postby raisedhaze » February 21st, 2013, 2:36 pm

Here's how I fit the hydraulic clutch master set up on the pedal assembly. I ended up cutting the part the cable mounts to down a bit so the ratio would be correct for the stroke of the cylinder I was using. The rest was just playing around with steel until it all fit right.

Before PC (powder coat)

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After PC

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More pulling things apart, including relocating the underhood fusebox to the glovebox.

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Re: RaisedHaze's First Integration Rejuvenation

Postby raisedhaze » February 21st, 2013, 2:36 pm

More progress with the bay. A little bit of welding and grinding.

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This is where I had to add clearance for the B-series alternator pulley finally boxed in.

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mmm...Zinc weld-thru primer.
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Re: RaisedHaze's First Integration Rejuvenation

Postby raisedhaze » February 21st, 2013, 2:40 pm

I spent a TON of time wiring up a mil-spec connector at the firewall, but it turned out nice.

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This gives me an appreciation for what is charged when ordering a harness from Chase Bays or Rywire.

This was before filling and smoothing that section of the firewall out. After I finished filling it in, I ended up drilling new holes needed for the milspec connector and two thru-panel connectors I'm using for the starter and alternator. I moved the thru-panel connectors down so they wouldn't be visible.
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Re: RaisedHaze's First Integration Rejuvenation

Postby raisedhaze » February 21st, 2013, 2:41 pm

Some more progress on the firewall.

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Shaved AC hole:

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Routed the power cable through the frame rail.

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And filled the chassis harness wire hole on the driver's side of the firewall.

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Re: RaisedHaze's First Integration Rejuvenation

Postby raisedhaze » February 21st, 2013, 2:43 pm

Made a little spray booth in the garage.

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Then I sprayed primer, base and clear to get this:
(I am in no way a professional painter, but I figured I can always keep the hood closed if I messed this up)

Prepped:
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Primed:
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I didn't get a picture after base coat since I only had like 25 minutes to get ready to clear and that meant I had to quickly clean up and change over the spray gun to clear coat.

Cleared:
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Re: RaisedHaze's First Integration Rejuvenation

Postby raisedhaze » February 21st, 2013, 2:45 pm

New battery mount inside passenger side of front bumper:
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And a half-sized radiator bracket:
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Re: RaisedHaze's First Integration Rejuvenation

Postby raisedhaze » February 21st, 2013, 2:47 pm

One side of the chassis harness routed around the fender rail:

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Re: RaisedHaze's First Integration Rejuvenation

Postby Clindayen » March 3rd, 2013, 3:50 am

Great progress! It's looking crispy ;)
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1990 DA9 Acura Integra GS (Sold)
1997 EJ8 Honda Civic EX (Sold)
1991 DA9 Acura Integra RS (Sold)
1992 DB2 Acura Integra GS-R (Out Of Commission atm)
1988 DA3 Acura Integra LS (Daily)
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Re: RaisedHaze's First Integration Rejuvenation

Postby raisedhaze » March 15th, 2013, 1:12 pm

Clindayen wrote:Great progress! It's looking crispy ;)


Is crispy good or bad?
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Re: RaisedHaze's First Integration Rejuvenation

Postby Clindayen » March 17th, 2013, 6:08 am

raisedhaze wrote:
Clindayen wrote:Great progress! It's looking crispy ;)


Is crispy good or bad?


To me, crispy is a 11 out of 10. So it's great! LOl.
Got my license 8/11/12, Since then:
1990 DA9 Acura Integra GS (Sold)
1997 EJ8 Honda Civic EX (Sold)
1991 DA9 Acura Integra RS (Sold)
1992 DB2 Acura Integra GS-R (Out Of Commission atm)
1988 DA3 Acura Integra LS (Daily)
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Re: RaisedHaze's First Integration Rejuvenation

Postby MugenBOI » March 18th, 2013, 2:05 pm

very nice i love how your car is coming out
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Re: RaisedHaze's First Integration Rejuvenation

Postby raisedhaze » March 21st, 2013, 11:41 pm

Clindayen wrote:
raisedhaze wrote:
Clindayen wrote:Great progress! It's looking crispy ;)


Is crispy good or bad?


To me, crispy is a 11 out of 10. So it's great! LOl.


In that case, THANKS!

I hope to get the turbo finalized this summer and get her painted this coming fall/winter. Should be a bundle of fun.
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