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Hey D series community just wanted to share my build with you guys

Head:
D16y8
Bisimoto level 2.4 cam
Bisimoto valve springs
Skunk 2 cam gear
Skunk 2 intake manifold
Skunk 2 70mm throttle body

Block:
D16y8
Vitara 75.5mm pistons
SpeedFactory vitara rods

Transmission:
Ferrio awd d series
Competition stage 4 clutch
Modified crv rear differential

Turbo goodies:

Precision 6262 turbo
Precision 46mm wastegate
SpeedFactory ramhorn
Hks blowoff valve

Fuel:
Injector dynamics 1050x
Trunk mounted fuel cell
Ignite e98

Management:
Hondata s300 v3
Hondata coil on plug
Ktuned 4 bar

The goal for the car is 500whp and to do a low 10 maybe high 9 fingers crossed
 

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In what way did you modify the rear diff?
Did you also replace the prop shaft with something a bit beefier?
Opened it up and changed a couple things internally the car will be full time awd 50/50 split the shaft is the least of my worries simple fix get the right length and make an adapter plate
 

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Cool build, looking forward to seeing the progress.

So if you removed all the 'realtime' viscous couplers and 'dual pump' systems, are you worried that the CRV rear diff is a different ratio to the ferio front diff? There's nothing to compensate for the binding.
 

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Cool build, looking forward to seeing the progress.

So if you removed all the 'realtime' viscous couplers and 'dual pump' systems, are you worried that the CRV rear diff is a different ratio to the ferio front diff? There's nothing to compensate for the binding.
Thanks hopefully I can get this thing ot by summer it actually is the ferrio rear diff as well which the same as the crv only difference was some ferrio diffs came with a factory lsd in the rear diff
 

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Is this an S22 transmission? If so how does the driveshaft compare to a CRV one? I know the transfer case output is different between this trans and the Wagovan one, no idea about CRV or Element. Very interested in this build!

I have a photo somewhere of an EK AWD Ferio I took in St. Lucia years ago. I thought it was neat.
 

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Is this an S22 transmission? If so how does the driveshaft compare to a CRV one? I know the transfer case output is different between this trans and the Wagovan one, no idea about CRV or Element. Very interested in this build!

I have a photo somewhere of an EK AWD Ferio I took in St. Lucia years ago. I thought it was neat.
Yep s22 transmission the flange on the transfer case should be the same as the crv as they share the same differential
 

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That ride looks clean! That snail and manifold will look sweet under the hood. Are the new Bisimoto cams any better than the old ones?
thanks very hard to find eg’s that are in somewhat decent shape especially in Toronto where we use road salt. A buddy of mine was parting it out and I couldn’t let it slide it sat in my garage for over a year just the shell collecting dust while it absorbed every possible profanity my fiancé could think of every time she would park her car beside it in the garage lol
 

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Are you using Wagovan, CRV, or homebrew rear suspension parts? I have a CRX I've been toying with doing something like this to. Picked up a 240sx rear subframe years ago and considering grafting in a CRV/Element diff after seeing what LHT Performance has been doing with their Insight. Not sure CRV RTA's would fit right. Your build has some gears turning in my head that haven't moved in ages :D
 

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Are you using Wagovan, CRV, or homebrew rear suspension parts? I have a CRX I've been toying with doing something like this to. Picked up a 240sx rear subframe years ago and considering grafting in a CRV/Element diff after seeing what LHT Performance has been doing with their Insight. Not sure CRV RTA's would fit right. Your build has some gears turning in my head that haven't moved in ages <img src="http://www.d-series.org/forums/images/smilie/icon_biggrin.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Very Happy" class="inlineimg" />
I have the complete ferrio setup including rear trailing arms, diff and subframe. Don’t bother with the 240 stuff it’s to much of a headache plus you’ll have major issues trying to match the ratios for the transfer case and diff. FCS race is coming out with a bolt on kit arms and subframe and there is also automotive koncept and design that already have a bolt on kit both are a bit pricey though
 

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Can you post some large pictures of the rear trailing arms and subframe? Did you modify or remove the stock rear fwd subframe? Pictures please, lots of them.
 

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Yeah I was just going to use the subframe and arms, not the diff, but after consideration I think a miata subframe would be easier, cleaner, handle better and be 4x100. Custom axles of course. Only reason I was thinking 240 was because of Aaron Weir’s crx. Thanks for the info man. This should be pretty cool
 
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