JDMCG3's N/A H22 Build (Last Update: 03/12/2012)

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Re: JDMCG3's N/A H22 Build (Last Update: 12/07/2011)

CG = 6thgen chassis code. So every 6thgen is a CG and every CG is a 6thgen :lolhitting:

CG1
CG2
CG3
CG4
CG5
CG6

DUDE YOU SHOULD KNOW THAT!!!! CG3 IS IN YOUR USERNAME!!!!!?????

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Re: JDMCG3's N/A H22 Build (Last Update: 12/07/2011)

CG = 6thgen chassis code. So every 6thgen is a CG and every CG is a 6thgen :lolhitting:

CG1
CG2
CG3
CG4
CG5
CG6

DUDE YOU SHOULD KNOW THAT!!!! CG3 IS IN YOUR USERNAME!!!!!?????

:fail:

yeah i do.. just didnt come to mind when i read that.. im use to hearing civics called by their chassis code and accords by gen.. but it all makes sense now
 

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Re: JDMCG3's N/A H22 Build (Last Update: 12/08/2011)

hahaha, always some good LOL's on these forums, im used to using chassis, i had a cb7 and a cd5, so im used to that, but when your im is far from the subject you dont even think about, makes sense, but yeah i meant my 6gen, 1999 accord
 

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Re: JDMCG3's N/A H22 Build (Last Update: 12/08/2011)

I'm just bustin' your balls man, meant in endearment not negativity haha. Good times. I do silly stuff too.
 

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Re: JDMCG3's N/A H22 Build (Last Update: 12/08/2011)

I heard Block Guards creates hot spots. I was thinking of installing a Block Guard for my H but the shop I was talking to said it wasn't a good idea.

FRM sleeves are a lot stronger than people think.
 

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Re: JDMCG3's N/A H22 Build (Last Update: 12/08/2011)

I heard Block Guards creates hot spots. I was thinking of installing a Block Guard for my H but the shop I was talking to said it wasn't a good idea.

FRM sleeves are a lot stronger than people think.


yeah thats what i was thinking. and since im only going to be running oem pistons i think i should be fine. but im gonna run some ideas by my local shop to see what they think.

but whatd you end up going with? no block guard or sleeves?
 

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Re: JDMCG3's N/A H22 Build (Last Update: 12/08/2011)

No block guard. Stock block, I just got it honed for my new Mahle Golds 10.5:1 CR Pistons, and Brian Crower Rods.
 

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Re: JDMCG3's N/A H22 Build (Last Update: 12/08/2011)

yeah 10.5 is cool on a stock block. seeing that a4's come with 10.6. but are you boosted? if not, why not go higher comp? i plan on running 11.1 pistons.. but after head milling and with high comp valves i plan to be somewhere around 11.9 to 12.3ish. which is why i decided i needed a block guard after the fact one of my buddies (who has built every honda motor out there and some) told me not to get sleeves and ill be fine with a block guard.

but now im second guessing it... :hide:
 

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Re: JDMCG3's N/A H22 Build (Last Update: 12/08/2011)

I'm guessing block guard issues should be less of a deal for N/A motors than FI setups. All the block guard is going to do is prevent cylinder wobble/walk at high RPMs with an N/A build.. Making sure you have proper cooling is another question though, gotta make sure that's in check as well. Full sleeving on boosted setups is best because it reinforces the cylinders themselves under pressure. Since you're all N/A maybe a block guard wouldn't be that big of a deal as long as you can cool the engine properly with it installed, and it's installed properly in the first place - often an issue depending on the shop.
 
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