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the carpet man
02-06-2006, 12:32
I plan on putting tint and springs/shocks/sway bars next and thats propably all. maybe an ITR steering wheel.
http://94lx.homestead.com/files/PICT0106.JPG
http://94lx.homestead.com/files/t3g31.JPG

bac1023
02-06-2006, 16:24
Looks like its in nice shape. Congrats.

tony4311
02-06-2006, 16:31
Civic type R lip?
Do you know about TI? (http://www.team-integra.net)

the carpet man
02-06-2006, 17:27
yeah i post as XxaSiAnT3GxX on TI

Rob1035
02-06-2006, 17:48
ITR wheel? the wheel of my 98 ITR was like any other integra I saw, unless you mean JDM ITR or something...

the carpet man
02-06-2006, 18:18
yeah i mean the jdm one with the red H on it

spoonhatchcrap
02-06-2006, 20:35
and maybe do vtec conversion? get some arp rod bolts and call it a day. or maybe some boost.

GroovedG19
02-07-2006, 07:26
Nice ride.

gixxer11
02-08-2006, 06:51
Originally posted by spoonhatchcrap
and maybe do vtec conversion? get some arp rod bolts and call it a day. or maybe some boost.

What the hell are you talking about?

gixxer11
02-08-2006, 06:53
Sweet car, BTW. Whatdya pay for something like that?

spoonhatchcrap
02-08-2006, 13:42
Originally posted by gixxer11
What the hell are you talking about?

ls/vtec = b18 block + b16 head/gsr head, type r head. need arp rodbolts because ls rodbolts are very weak and have been the downfall of many ls/vtec engines.

the carpet man
02-08-2006, 16:36
gixxer11, I paid $9500 for it in Nov. 2004 w/ 60k miles. Its got almost 97000 now from traveling back and forth from Pensacola,FL to Atlanta,GA and Mobile,AL for work.
Its a fun little car but totally impractical for me right now. I have to cram all my tool boxes, saws, compressor, power stretcher, whatever, plus a speaker box and nitrous bottle.
I've never really been intrested in the ls/vtec conversion, I'de rather build up my ls and boost it. but right now i need to put my money towards a work truck or van.

gixxer11
02-09-2006, 06:25
A guy I know has an 1st gen. ITR. He ditched the VTEC for just a big ass cam. Seemed to work pretty well, when the revs were up. He also ran a straight header (one-off custom). Not much of a daily driver. I liked it, but I'm weird. I like peaky engines, turbo lag. The reason why I asked was because I thought all B series motors were VTEC. Guess not. I'm more of a VW/motorcycle guy, but I have a soft spot for ITRs.

spoonhatchcrap
02-09-2006, 20:50
Originally posted by gixxer11
A guy I know has an 1st gen. ITR. He ditched the VTEC for just a big ass cam. Seemed to work pretty well, when the revs were up. He also ran a straight header (one-off custom). Not much of a daily driver. I liked it, but I'm weird. I like peaky engines, turbo lag. The reason why I asked was because I thought all B series motors were VTEC. Guess not. I'm more of a VW/motorcycle guy, but I have a soft spot for ITRs.


toda vtec killer's? and im assuming you mean "cams".

gixxer11
02-10-2006, 05:25
Yes,i meant cams. I do understand the basic design of the engine. I don't know what a toda vtec killer is. I'm assuming a kit? No, they were drag racing cams (Web-cam, i belive), with very high lift and duration compared to stock. Do not remember the numbers exactly. He did all the machine work, etc. to get the job done himself. Heaven't seen him in a while so I don't know how it went down the track (my bikes broken and I haven't gone). I know it redlined @ 11k. He showed me at 2:30 in the morning in my neighborhood ;f

spoonhatchcrap
02-10-2006, 14:07
ok. vtec was not eliminated then. The "vtec" is a different profile on the cam. when a certain rpm is reached( there are various mechanical requirements that must be met ie.. engine temp, vehicle speed, oil pressure etc) the valves begin following a much larger lobe of the cam than increases lift and duration.


toda vtec killer cams are designed to make the engine operate as if it were in vtec all the time. instead of just designing bigger primary and secondary lobes, they dramatically increased the size of the vtec lobe to allow just about the max amount of lift you can possibly run on these engines. then they made the primary lobe the same size in effect making the engine run on large profiles all the time. they dont idle worth a damn but make very impressive power.

Rob1035
02-10-2006, 14:24
local yokel had vtec killers in his civic si track car, i never saw it but it was supposedly nice

spoonhatchcrap
02-10-2006, 20:06
was it a black 99-00 si? bogart drag wheels. skinnies in the back?

Rob1035
02-10-2006, 21:10
EBP, sheet metal 'sunroof' riveted on, pretty tasty:) ITBs iirc. Yack@p1 did the work I think, thats where the pics I saw were from at least

spoonhatchcrap
02-11-2006, 19:44
mmmmmm itb's.

Black Tiger
02-20-2006, 03:26
Nice ride; you should visit http://www.optauto.com/; they have tons of JDM parts for your 'Teg from the good manufacturers, like Spoon, Mugen and JUN Racing. Trust me, most of the internals on my old 00 Civic EX came from Options Auto.

I miss my civic ;1 ; I hope the ********* that stole it has a heart attack.

^9 @$$#073

spoonhatchcrap
02-20-2006, 12:57
i get most of my stuff from jhpusa.com or inlinefour.com.

Rob1035
02-20-2006, 14:19
i've used inlinefour, no problems with them.

I tend to not assume 'jdm=the best' though, although most of the parts on my ITR were indeed jdm companies

spoonhatchcrap
02-20-2006, 19:16
i much prefer the jdm look though people say its played out because its so much cleaner. i despise body kits, altezzas, hyper white bulbs, neons and other ricer crap. you get what you pay for. when you buy spoon, mugen, toda, jun you get the best stuff out there. and while it may cost more, in the long run its worth it.

gixxer11
02-21-2006, 06:12
deleted, nevermind

spoonhatchcrap
02-22-2006, 19:30
Originally posted by gixxer11
deleted, nevermind


something to add?

gixxer11
02-23-2006, 05:29
nope.