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93 Sol Si-T build

Post  WORPsol on Thu Sep 29, 2011 10:30 pm

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Here is my build thread. I will post links to pics in a few days cause I do not feel like editing every pic to 680x460 size and there is literally over 200 pics. I will also not every pic but I will post a link to my photobucket album. I still have a few days before I can post links.

Here is the story behind the build.


I'm building a 93 Del Sol Si with d16z6. I bought the car back in Sept of '10. I was originally just goin to be a car for the wife to DD. A few weeks after gettin it we were on the way back from Tulsa and the tranny went out just the other side of OK border. Got it back and put a new s20 tranny in it. I think its a ex tranny. It came out of a 95 Civic with a z6 in it. It had some major oil leaks that I took care of while I was in there. Long story short wife decided she didnt like it as much anymore and wanted somethin else. I inherited the Sol. I had it for a while. While i was upgradin parts on my eclipse I was having all these turbo partsd layin around and was gettin tempted to turbo it. Well the day came and it got turbo'ed. I ran it for about 3000 or 4000 miles with the turbo at 10psi. Keep in mind it already had 250k on it before the turbo. Well I was goin down the freeway with a Eclipse 420a motor in the trunk(yes it fit with the trunk shut). A car in the fast lane was in front of me so I dropped it a gear and went around and when I shifted to 5th I heard a pop that sounded like I blew a IC pipe off. It was missin real bad when I got off the freeway. Found oil on the plug on #2 cylinder. Could pull the plug wire or inj plug and the miss wouldn't change. Tried new plugs same thing. Well time came for a rebuild. So I started ordering parts.

Here was the original build list.

JE/SRP 9.0:1 Pistons w/ JE rings 75mm
Eagle H beam rods
Stock Crank
ACL Race bearings
Air Research t3 50 trim
Edelbrock cast turbo mani
Custom 2.5" turbo back
Cometic 5 layer HG
Unorthodox under-drive pulley
DSM 510cc inj
Honda resistor box
Wally 190 lph (had brand new one layin around)
FMIC
Greddy BOV
MBC
Chipped p28 tuned with Crome
Innovate LC-1 Wideband
Autometer Boost gauge
Innovate auto timer(still have to order)
Xenocron 3 Bar map(still have to order) or
GM 3bar map
2.5" IC pipe
ARP Head studs(have to order)


Then it got modified to this one.

JE/SRP 9.0:1 Pistons w/ JE rings 75mm
Eagle H beam rods
Stock Crank
ACL Race bearings
RC Autoworks Mini Ram
Holset H1c
Tial 38mm WG
Custom 3" turbo back
Cometic 5 layer HG
Bosch 600cc inj
B&M AFPR
Aeromotive fuel pressure gauge
Wally 190 lph (had brand new one layin around)
-6AN fuel line
Precision Turbo FMIC
Greddy BOV
HKS EVC-S Dual stage boost controller (new style)
Chipped p28 tuned with Crome Dealer w/ Gold package (may end up tuning with Neptune)
Moates Ostrich 2.0
Moates Extreme Hulog
Moates Burn1
Innovate LC-1 w/ XD-16 stand alone kit
GM 3bar map
2.5" IC pipe
ARP Head studs
60mm TB w/ port match z6 intake
ACT Extreme Clutch kit 6 puck solid hub with 2600lb pressure plate
Moroso deep sump oil pan
Aluminum 2 core radiator
JIC Majic FLT-A1's
Aluminum LCA's with new ES urethane bushings
Nuespeed front and rear camber kit
Goodridge SS brake lines
B&M Pro shifter
Custom catch can with all -10AN fittings

Then again a few more things changed.

JE/SRP 9.0:1 Pistons w/ JE rings 75mm
Eagle H beam rods
Stock Crank
ACL Race bearings
WORP Speed Mini Ram
Holset H1c
Tial 38mm WG
Custom 3" turbo back dumped under car
18" long 3" dia DynoMax race(bullet) muffler
Cometic 5 layer HG
PTE 1000cc inj low impedance with resistor box
B&M AFPR
Aeromotive fuel pressure gauge
Wally 255 lph
Aeroquip -6AN fuel line with Russell adapters
Precision Turbo FMIC
Greddy BOV
HKS EVC-S Dual stage boost controller (new style)
Chipped p28 tuned with Neptune burnt chip
Moates Burn1
Innovate LC-1 w/ XD-16 stand alone kit
GM 3bar map(changing to AEM 5 bar)
2.5" IC pipe
ARP Head studs
H23 60mm TB w/ port match z6 intake
ACT Extreme Clutch kit 6 puck solid hub with 2600lb pressure plate
Moroso deep sump oil pan
Aluminum 2 core radiator
Mishimoto upper and lower radiator hoses
JIC Majic FLT-A1's
Blox LCA's with new ES urethane bushings
WORP Speed rear lower tie bar
GSR rear sway bar
Nuespeed front and rear camber kit
Goodridge SS brake lines
B&M Pro shifter
Custom catch can with all 5/8" barb fittings
WORP Speed harness bar
Integra/Civic EX 10.3" front rotors with 7/8" master cylinder
Semi tucked engine bay
14" HX wheels
M3 lip spoiler
2g DSM weighted shift knob
MagnaCore 8mm plug wires
NGK Racing noon resistor plugs R5671A-8
Power steering delete(looped system with a vented reservoir)


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Re: 93 Sol Si-T build

Post  WORPsol on Thu Sep 29, 2011 10:37 pm

Holset will end up being changed out for a Garrett TA3405 (HKS clone) fairly soon. I need to do a few more things so I can get this thing running. I am hoping the Garrett will spool faster than the Holset. It wont make as much power but both will reach my 400whp goal. I am also looking into converting to AWD and matbe a EM1 front if the deal goes through and I gt the car. If not I will prob end up with a 97 Sol front bumper and JDM 1 piece headlights.
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Post  WORPsol on Sun Oct 02, 2011 12:41 am

Got injectors(PTE 1000cc) tonight, picked up a auto p28 today, built custom wiring harness for injection system, wired up and mounted resistor box for injectors. Will try to get ecu chipped over the next few days. Maybe I can have this thing running this week.
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Post  Finnish_EJ1_Racer on Sun Oct 02, 2011 11:46 am

and you didnt buy a custom resistor harness from me? :/ that stinks.....these are clean man! Very Happy
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Re: 93 Sol Si-T build

Post  WORPsol on Sun Oct 02, 2011 3:13 pm

I build and sell plug and play kits. Have been selling them on DSO and on HT. Plus mine isnt your normal setup. Since I have done a custom tucked harness I also made a custom injector harness. I can plug and unplug it from my engine harness at anytime.
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Post  Finnish_EJ1_Racer on Sun Oct 02, 2011 6:08 pm

dude me too!!!!! can we compare designs? Twisted Evil us sol guys be awesome!
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Re: 93 Sol Si-T build

Post  WORPsol on Sun Oct 02, 2011 9:42 pm

Got Wally 255lph installed today.
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Post  WORPsol on Thu Oct 06, 2011 12:13 am

Got dash reinstalled today, along with center console and rear tray area. Also got new o-rings for the injectors today. Found a hydraulic fitting place that had some and where recommended for Ethanol. Honda wanted 2.50ea I got 20 from the hydraulic place for $5. Been lookin up fittings and hose for my E85 conversion. I need a 90* -6an push lock for my fuel rail or one of these.

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I also need one that screws into the top of the fuel sending unit.
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Post  WORPsol on Fri Oct 14, 2011 9:18 pm

Chip kit is installed in ecu. Map sensor is ordered and will be here Tuesday the 18th. Valve cover is brushed finished. Needs to be clear coated now. Stainless Steel bolts with cup washers are installed. Will get some pics tomorrow in the day light.
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Post  SpoonFed on Fri Oct 14, 2011 9:44 pm

Nice! This is coming along pretty well huh!
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Post  WORPsol on Sat Oct 15, 2011 12:30 am

Yeah I cant wait til its done.
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Post  WORPsol on Fri Oct 28, 2011 2:26 pm

Neptune RTP/Demon will be here in a couple days.
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Post  Zen Chameleon on Fri Oct 28, 2011 4:44 pm

The question is....are you gonna stick with Neptune? lol
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Post  WORPsol on Fri Oct 28, 2011 5:12 pm

Yeah I will. I have been playing around with it today and built a base map. I love the Neptune RTP so far. Very easy to use, had my injectors and AEM 5bar already programmed in. Cant wait til it shows up. You are using Neptune arent you Zen?
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Post  Zen Chameleon on Mon Oct 31, 2011 2:25 am

If I ever get my build done I am. I already have the ecu ready to go though so that part is a done deal. I'm gonna need a dang lappy to use in the car also I guess...so much crap, takes sooo long to finish Mad
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Re: 93 Sol Si-T build

Post  WORPsol on Mon Oct 31, 2011 3:29 am

I know exactly what you mean.
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Post  WORPsol on Sun Nov 06, 2011 10:11 pm

I picked up my Neptune RTP/Demon w/ PWM boost control setup today. Got it already into a p06 vtec converted ecu. I have to install my PWM solenoid tomorrow as well as my wide band to the ecu.

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Post  WORPsol on Sun Dec 04, 2011 9:27 pm

Well today I got my Mugen style lip installed. I also got my fuel pump rewire done too. Still working on the tune. Wont start yet. Its gettin closer just no dice yet.
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Post  WORPsol on Wed Dec 07, 2011 8:08 am

I was told it was a Mugen style lip. Once I go tit on and lookin at it the thing isnt a Mugen style its a Spoon style. But for $20 I aint complaining and it looks damn good on there.


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Post  SpoonFed on Fri Jan 13, 2012 10:07 am

Lookin' good! Keep us updated!
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Post  WORPsol on Mon Feb 06, 2012 5:47 am

Well picked up a set of Del Sol zig zag floor mats. Freebie.
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Ep3 steering wheel. Not same one in pic but sim one. Blown air bag. $30
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Carbon Fiber air bag cover to cover blown bag. $75
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