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Lost a rod bearing in the good motor. Time to pull it out
used ZC motor will serve as the back up for now
It's in and ready to fire
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awesome to see love for the G1's or as I like to call them "The True DA's!"
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Hacking up your Hondas and Acuras Since 05'!
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Food for thought. I spoke with a guy whose team runs in LeMons, they run a D16A1 powered Civic and they had the same problem and figured out there was an oil starvation issue in hard long turns (can't recall L or R) so they now use an Accusump which stores pressurized oil and releases it when the psi drops below a certain point. Might help you, but you know more than I since I don't track my Teg just passing on what was shared with me.http://grassrootsmotorsports.com/forum/ ... 122/page1/
In the future, everything will work.
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