Jay's J36 stroker 6 speed LSD coupe

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New to the forum thought I'd share build details and DIY thread.





Car:

2000 Honda Accord coupe (v6 chassis)

197k mi.

Blown automatic 4 speed (blew Diff on nitrous pull)

Ex trim, full leather and sun roof





Engine Build:

J35a4 long block

J32A2 heads

MDX oem 3.7 crank

P2R snout spacer

Acura MDX j37 rods

J32 custom made Wiseco pistons

Oem valves

Supertech street springs and retainers

Ported and polished intake and runners





Transmission:

08 TL-S 6 speed LSD with 07 Accord bell housing

P2R 6 puck with Spec stage 3+ PP





Fuel:

525cc FIC

OBX fuel rails

Aeromotive fuel pressure regulator





Electronics:

Custom fabbed j30 harness (stock harness rewired)

AEM v2 ECU

AEM wideband





Supporting mods:

P2r hallow clutch line

S2000 master cylinder

CL-S slave cylinder

90a innovative motor mounts

500hp insane shafts

CL-S shift box with jtc customs short throw
 

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RedRyder

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Nice build. Would love to see photos and/or hear info on how you dropped the TL LSD into the 7GA 6MT trans. If I'm reading that right.
 

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Nice build. Would love to see photos and/or hear info on how you dropped the TL LSD into the 7GA 6MT trans. If I'm reading that right.



The gearbox is the TL-s (from the j35a8 2nd gen bellhousing) the newer 2nd gen bell housing was removed and a used 7ga 6mt bell housing was used to be bolted to the TL gearbox if that makes sense. It's a TL-S trans with a replaced bell housing


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But also any j series lsd will work in the 7ga trans. They are all the same. You just have to know how to open the case and replace the differential


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^Yea that's what I've heard, I've just never seen anyone actually do it.



I work at a body shop and we have huge discounts on lkq parts and junk yards and I managed to find the tls and 7ga transmissions for 500 a piece so I snatched them both. I do not have any pictures of the bell housing swap as I was rushing to get the car back together and I didn't take pictures or document the auto to 6 speed conversion like I am the complete restoration of the car. But the swap is pretty easy just need to reseal the cases after you pull them apart


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Was really hoping you weren't running AEM. Only thing that has me nervous about my J37 stroker 6spd build is getting a CEL for CLS sensors and MDX internals not liking each other.

What kind of power are you getting? How do you like the Insane shafts?
 

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Was really hoping you weren't running AEM. Only thing that has me nervous about my J37 stroker 6spd build is getting a CEL for CLS sensors and MDX internals not liking each other.

What kind of power are you getting? How do you like the Insane shafts?



That would be a great question for Jovani Guzman he had a j36 on an oem ecu with piggy back. But I do believe he had a lot of codes. Not sure. His j36 (which was James Halaby's old j36) made 350/360 on 93 and a mustang dyno. Mine made 360/380 on e85 and a mustang dyno. Dynojet results were a bit higher but that's expected


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Well Varnell,

It should be very interesting to see what the next step up(J37) produces.

Very respectable numbers, OP, haven't spoken with Jovani in a good while, does he still have his sedan?
 

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Well Varnell,



It should be very interesting to see what the next step up(J37) produces.



Very respectable numbers, OP, haven't spoken with Jovani in a good while, does he still have his sedan?



No sir it has been parted out about 3 years ago or maybe longer. And that engine has disappeared


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