Shackle me NOT!!!
1995 Honda Ballade
I found out this weekend that the local model 2.0 litre 4 cylinder 20v toyota corolla came out with stock ITB's.......will see if I can get some pictures of that to post.
well, i have been having some communication with another member and the idea came up that e30 m3 uses ITB's, and, this said, we might have a solution for the missing IACV issue that plagues all Honda ITB setups. I am not suggesting using e30 ITB's incase one was to misunderstand, i am simply saying that since it seems the e30 m3 uses a remote iacv, we need to study that setup further and also study the ranges of the bimmer iacv to see if the ranges are compatible, or could be manipulated with some added resistance etc...flatfourfan said:I found out this weekend that the local model 2.0 litre 4 cylinder 20v toyota corolla came out with stock ITB's.......will see if I can get some pictures of that to post.
According to Russ at RC ... the CBR 929 injectors are 240cc as well ....FooSchnickens said:Someone earlier was asking about the flow rate for the 929 injectors. I wasn't able to find the numbers on those, but the 954 injectors are 240cc. Don't know if the two are interchangeable, but it's a start.
Looking good!jdmlife said:http://www.westkyimports.com/forums/showthread.php?t=298&page=1&pp=10
im bout 50% the way through. i already made a vaccum tree. i bout have the TPS done. just need to slap on the TWM Air Horns and hondata and ill be vroom vroom. 100% fitment and the cylinders are honed.. that me at the bottom. did all the work myself incuding the fab. and welding
If you are going to scan and post my article, at least give me the credit for it ;-)DOG said:HondaTuning article on ITB's by Bob Hernandez
i would assume it would be ok as long as it was a smooth transition and didnt constrict the flow. im going to angle mine up a few degrees so that any excess gas from the injectors doesnt run out into my air filter or down my vacuum lines while the car is parkedOniFactor said:random question.. would it be okay to either weld the intake runners, on the manifold, at an angle, so i can get the ITBS more vertical? or perhaps use a elbow, down at the block, so that i can achieve the same thing? i'm helping a friend set up some ITBs for his ride, but his car doesn't have enough room between the engine and firewall to do it straight back, and we're tring to find alternatives