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Looks like theres not much you have to cut off the block to clear the slave less than I originally thought.....

In to see how much power the homemade brackets will take!!!!
 

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its looking good man! keep it up
Thanks bro!

Looks like theres not much you have to cut off the block to clear the slave less than I originally thought.....

In to see how much power the homemade brackets will take!!!!
Its about less then half the mount of grinding compared to the plate.
 

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Ok so I am here with a request!!

Can you take a picture of the ground clearance, as straight on as possible directly lined up with the absolute lowest the pan/trans hangs?

Mucho Gracias, Senior.
 

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Ok so I am here with a request!!

Can you take a picture of the ground clearance, as straight on as possible directly lined up with the absolute lowest the pan/trans hangs?

Mucho Gracias, Senior.
Yes boss lol

Only thing is my civic is super low and the bumper is off so it won't bea issue. I just need to find a B series rear t bracket and front tq one.
 

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Thats all good man, I mostly want to see how it positions itself VS the lowest point on the rad support.

I am just looking for as much info as I can possibly get before I buy mounts.

Hasport will sit the engine ever so slightly higher than Innovative.

PS, what brand B swap mounts did you use? Or just stock integra? or?
 

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My ionnovat crx b mounts sat the motor 1" lower then the hood.

I'm using a ebay auto to 5spd mount, ebay rear mount, and oem f22 engine. Had a issue with the trans bolt closes to the battery stripping/ breaking. Going to run a tq mount or make one. Ill take pic's once its in.
 

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Yeah so you know about the differences in the heights and such.

If you have decent oil pan clearance, I'm going Innovative. If its a bit too close for comfort, I'll do the more expensive Hasports and risk the hood needing to either be SIR style (OMG that would be the best excuse ever to finally spend the money on the hood) or to cut the webbing.

No hood tilt. :D
 

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I'll try to measure the oil pan clearance between the F22A & b16/b18 tonight or tomorrow. I'll measure from the bottom of the flywheel so you can look at any b-swap pictures and get a good idea. At least one good thing can come from storing so many blocks in my garage.
That would be mighty white of you sir.
 

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I measured from the top front trans/engine bolt under the distributor on both a B18B1 and F22A6. I used the angle the b-series transmission mounts them in the engine bay.

13.5" = The distance the B18B1 oil pan & stock header bottom out below that bolt.
13.5" = The distance the F22A6 oil pan bottoms out below that bolt (I don't have a stock F22 header to test).

So the plateless F2B F22A6 has the same oil pan clearance as a b-series. The other H2B kits drop the front of the H/F oil pan down further due to the angle, so they actually have less clearance.



 

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I measured from the top front bolt under the distributor on both a B18B1 and F22A6. I used the angle the b-series transmission mounts them in the engine bay.

13.5" = The distance the B18B1 oil pan & stock header bottom out below that bolt.
13.5" = The distance the F22A6 oil pan bottoms out below that bolt (I don't have a stock F22 header to test).

So the plateless F2B F22A6 has the same oil pan clearance as a b-series. The other H2B kits drop the front of the H/F oil pan down further due to the angle, so they actually have less clearance.



Man that sounds great!
 

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Update time!

This is why I needed to get a new rear bracket


Turbo manifold looking good!


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Alt bracket flux-cored ftw!~
 

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I really like the fact that you have the option of running A/C most people dont care about this but im getting sick of hot summer days fast......
 

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Could you post some pictures up of a front on shot of your turbo and altonator placement? I'm trying to find out if I can keep the stock altinator and mount the turbo lower almost underneath and still have enough room for my oil drain.
 

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Could you post some pictures up of a front on shot of your turbo and altonator placement? I'm trying to find out if I can keep the stock altinator and mount the turbo lower almost underneath and still have enough room for my oil drain.
Np just give me a few days as it's COlD!

I drop he alt super low and kick it off to the side since I'm using the stock evo manifold.
 

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Thanks man! I know how you feel it was really cold last week up here. The altinator bracket looks sweet BTW!
Thanks it's super close to being perfectly straight I just hope I don't have belt issues...... I had enough with the crx....:3dbiggrin:
 

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Bastard has a camera in his hand, is standing in front of the car, and takes no oil pan pictures. You bastard.
 
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