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This is my dream build, I am in the planning process still (boring, I know) but I have a pretty thorough plan made.
Here are a few pics of the car as is and a list of the basic build points, also a link to my FB page for the car.
I probably won't be running a VEMS ECU but I will be having the car tuned at VEMS (One Day!)
I plan to run an AEM Infinity Series 5 - 506 Standalone EMS and have it tuned by VEMS as I have heard good things about their tuning skill and results.
I trust the company and I know Nick Montgomery (We live in the same town).


Facebook Page for my BB6: https://www.facebook.com/BUILDTHEPRELUDE/

Some Pics of The Car:
https://ibb.co/BqTYM2w
https://ibb.co/Brv9PrW
https://ibb.co/PwrMThx
https://ibb.co/LRyfDft


Build Plan: (Shooting for ~600whp + ~450wtq)
-Motor:
  • J35A8, 3.5L, 60°, SOHC, VTEC, V6 Block (Found in 2005-2008 Acura RL (KB1 Chassis) & 2007-2008 Acura TL Type-S (UA7 Chassis) )
    Fully Built w/ Darton Sleeves, Custom Order Forged Wiseco Pistons (10:1 CR), Forged Pauter Rods, Holley EFI Intake Manifold w/ P2R Adapter (For LS Chevy),
    ARP Main and Head Studs, ACL Race Rod, Main and Thrust Bearings.
    -Custom Fabbed J35A8 Engine Mounts/Brackets (For Longitudinal Mounting)
  • J32A2, 3.2L, SOHC, VTEC V6 Cylinder Heads ((Found in 2002-2003 Acura TL Type-S (UA5 Chassis)
    Fully Built w/ Supertech Springs & Titanium Retainers, King Motorsports: Port, Polish, Multi-Angle Valve Job, Resurfacing, Port and Gasket Matched & Flowbenched, Supertech Black Nitrided Intake Valves and Inconel Exhaust Valves, New Valve Guides and Seals, Bisimoto Level 2 Cam Re-Grind.
-Turbo Kit:
  • Twin Garrett GTX2860R GEN II Turbos
    Support For:
    200-475 HP  and  1.4L-2.5L Per Turbo
    600 Twin Turbo 3.5L Goal = 300 HP and 1.75L Per Turbo
    600 HP Goal = 63% Turbo Output from Each Turbo
  • Garrett Turbo Speed Sensor Kit w/ Gauge
  • Twin, Custom Made, Stainless Steel, 1.5" Dia. Runners, Turbo Manifolds
  • (2) Turbosmart Comp-Gate 40 Wastegates
  • (2) Turbosmart Race Port Blow-Off Valves
  • SHEEPY BUILT Honda 850HP Dual Back-Door Intercooler
  • HONDATA 4-Port Boost Control Solenoid Valve
  • (2) K&N, Universal, Clamp-On Filters
  • P2R, J Series, 4-Bar MAP Sensor
  • Custom, Stainless, 2.75” Downpipes
-Fuel System:
  • Turbosmart Fuel Pressure Regulator
  • Fuel Injector Clinic 1650cc Injectors
  • P2R High-Flow Billet J-series Fuel Rails
  • Russell -AN Fittings
  • Russell ProFlex Fuel Line
  • Hybrid Racing Liquid Filled Pressure Gauage
  • AEROMOTIVE A1000 Fuel Cell w/ Brushless Pump – 15 Gallon
-Cooling System:
  • Schmuck Built Tucked Performance Aluminum Radiator
    w/ -16AN Fittings, Drain, Fans and Shroud
  • Russell -16AN Radiator Hoses & Fittings
  • Moroso Cooling System Expansion Tank
-Dry Sump Lubrication System:
  • MOROSO Dry Sump Pump (Dragster-3 Stage)
  • Custom Fabbed Engine Pan (CNC Billet or Aluminum Plate)
  • Custom Drive Gear, Belt, Pump Bracket
  • MOROSO Pump Pulley
  • MOROSO 6 Qt. Reservoir/Tank
  • Mishimoto 25-Row Oil Cooler
  • Russell ProFlex Hoses & -AN Fittings
  • Derale Remote Filter Mount (Side Feed)
-Gauges:
  • Custom Retrofitted AP2 Honda S2000 Gauge Cluster
  • AEM AFR
  • AEM Boost
  • AEM Oil Pressure
  • AEM Oil Temp
  • Garrett Turbine Speed
  • Quaife Digital Gear Position
  • SVE Mechanical Trans Oil Temp
-Driveline:
  • Quaife 6-Speed Sequential Transmission w/ Straight Cut Gears, 0.762 OD & S2000 Fitment Package
    (Designed for Honda S2000 - Includes S2000 Bellhousing, Input Shaft, Mainshaft, Slave Cylinder Bracket and Drive Flange
  • Custom Fabbed Trans Mount Cross-Member
  • Mishimoto 19-Row Trans Oil Cooler
  • Russel -10AN Cooler Hoses and -AN Fittings
  • Derale Remote Filter Mount For Cooler
  • CNC Aluminum S2000 Bellhousing-to-J35A8 Block Adapter
  • Custom Chromoly Flywheel
    (Will Mate to J35A8 & Run a S2000 Clutch Kit)
  • Competition Clutch Performance Clutch Kit - Stage 4 - 6 Pad Ceramic
    (For Honda S2000)
  • Action Machine Inc. Custom Aluminum 4” O.D. Driveshaft
  • Js Racing Reinforced Rear Sub Frame Honda S2000 00-09
  • Innovative Steel Black Rear Differential Mounts Honda S2000 (00-09)
  • New, OEM Honda S2000 Rear Upper and Lower Control Arms
  • J's Racing Rear Knuckles (20mm Roll Center Adjustable
  • K-Tuned KTD-RTR-S2K Rear Adjustable Toe Arms
  • The DRIVESHAFT Shop HONDA 2000-2008 S2000 500HP Level 2.9 V2 Axles
  • SPOON Sports Differential Gear Box Assembly w/ 4.44FD and LSD
-Electrical:
  • AEM Infinity 506 Standalone Engine Management
  • OEM 2008 Acura TL Engine Harness (Manual Trans)
  • OEM 2008 Acura TL ECU (Manual Trans)
  • Custom Made AEM Infinity Engine Harness
-Body/Wheels/Tires/Brakes/Suspension:
  • Custom Retrofitted BMW M4 Front Bumper Cover
  • Custom 4.25" Widebody Rear Quarters
  • Custom 3.77" Widebody Front Fenders
  • Front Wheels: 17" x 8" ENKEI GP5 Wheels (Silver Machined Finish)
  • Rear Wheels: 17" x 12" Custom Made, Forged ENKEI GP5 Modeled, 0mm Offset Wheels
  • Front Tires: 215/45ZR-17 Michelin PILOT SPORT CUP 2 Streetable Competition Tires
  • Rear Tires: 335/35ZR-17 Michelin PILOT SPORT PS2 Max Performance Summer Tires
  • Front Brakes: CEIKA 6-Piston Calipers, 345mm Rotors
  • Rear Brakes: CEIKA 4-Piston Calipers, 345mm Rotors
  • Front Suspension: BC Racing Mono-Tube Coilovers - 9kg/mm Springs (Designed for Prelude)
  • Rear Suspension: BC Racing Mono-Tube Coilovers - 6kg/mm Springs (Designed for S2000)

I am in need of $.
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General Discussion / скачать фифа
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Triggering / Re: Question about shifting ignition order
« Last post by nmerrill on April 24, 2019, 12:21:16 am »
bump!
Anyone?
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Configuration / Re: VEMS Tune Pressure Gauge and LogView Adjustment
« Last post by gunni on April 23, 2019, 11:36:36 pm »
Hi, i got a VEMS V3.3 with a 510Kpa MAP sensor in my Audi 5 zyl Turbo.

in the past 3 days im tacking it out to the streets to map the final mapping for 350Kpa setup.
So yesterday ive got to the ClosedLoop PID Boostcontrol settings in charge..

To adjust the PID Settings to a final lvl, i have taken a LOG file of my power runs..
But now in my LOG VIEW on my PC i can't see the full curve of the boost lvl because its cutted off at top of the node panel beacaus the node panel only reaches 300Kpa ??  :o

so any help here or am i doing something completly wrong ?

regards

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6nR7omf2oVI&list=PLF3009C8802794AC1

Have a watch of these videos
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Configuration / Re: VEMS Tune Pressure Gauge and LogView Adjustment
« Last post by Kamuto on April 23, 2019, 03:42:33 am »
Hi, i got a VEMS V3.3 with a 510Kpa MAP sensor in my Audi 5 zyl Turbo.

in the past 3 days im tacking it out to the streets to map the final mapping for 350Kpa setup.
So yesterday ive got to the ClosedLoop PID Boostcontrol settings in charge..

To adjust the PID Settings to a final lvl, i have taken a LOG file of my power runs..
But now in my LOG VIEW on my PC i can't see the full curve of the boost lvl because its cutted off at top of the node panel beacaus the node panel only reaches 300Kpa ??  :o

so any help here or am i doing something completly wrong ?

regards



you can change maximum value setting
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Configuration / VEMS Tune Pressure Gauge and LogView Adjustment
« Last post by LGP on April 22, 2019, 06:59:53 pm »
Hi, i got a VEMS V3.3 with a 510Kpa MAP sensor in my Audi 5 zyl Turbo.

in the past 3 days im tacking it out to the streets to map the final mapping for 350Kpa setup.
So yesterday ive got to the ClosedLoop PID Boostcontrol settings in charge..

To adjust the PID Settings to a final lvl, i have taken a LOG file of my power runs..
But now in my LOG VIEW on my PC i can't see the full curve of the boost lvl because its cutted off at top of the node panel beacaus the node panel only reaches 300Kpa ??  :o

so any help here or am i doing something completly wrong ?

regards

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Triggering / Re: Question about shifting ignition order
« Last post by nmerrill on April 18, 2019, 08:22:11 pm »
Well, ok.  The VAG 60-2 trigger is a rear mainseal type, and was installed with the lock device.  I'm pretty sure that puts the sensor at the 14th tooth.

I re-checked the distributor, and confirmed that the marks on the hall wheel and housing are in alignment, with the rotor facing #1.  Rechecked the wires to confirm they are attached to the correct cylinders.

Here are two trigger logs showing the two results.  One shows FTT = 0, the other shows FTT= 12

Hope the picture show...







Doesn't this show that with FTT= 0 VEMs is triggering the coil at the incorrect times, and the distributor clock is irrelevant?
Additionally, it also shows that the MT are about 14 teeth before TDC #1.
Or am I wrong?
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Triggering / Re: Question about shifting ignition order
« Last post by Kamuto on April 18, 2019, 02:48:28 pm »
It sounds like either the missing tooth is not 14 teeth away from TDC or that your distributor is clocked incorrectly.
I can´t see any other way for you to be off like that.
you are right :D
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Triggering / Re: Question about shifting ignition order
« Last post by gunni on April 17, 2019, 10:46:19 pm »
It sounds like either the missing tooth is not 14 teeth away from TDC or that your distributor is clocked incorrectly.
I can´t see any other way for you to be off like that.
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Triggering / Re: Question about shifting ignition order
« Last post by nmerrill on April 17, 2019, 07:24:39 pm »
Ok, thanks for the reply!

I think I follow what you are saying, and that is why I'm still confused...

To clarify: My 60-2 wheel is set so that the sensor is pointing at the 14th tooth after the missing teeth when Cyl 1 is at TDC.
So 84 degrees of crank rotation from the missing teeth (14 teeth), and 78 deg. if you measure from the first tooth after the missing teeth.

you wrote:
"So if your actual value needed is 78deg reference and 12 FFT then  your total angle is
12*6 + 78 = 150deg total angle."

This is what confuses me- because I get timing light confirmation on #1 with FTT =12 *and* TDC after Trigger is 78 deg. (you call this "reference")

But the "total angle" in my configuration is 84 deg, no? 

Which means If I set FTT to 12, then the reference angle (TDC after..) should only be 12.

Unless, the computer is only looking for *any* cylinder TDC, and I'm hung up on Cylinder #1.   If that were true, then I don't understand what information the CPU has to actually identify which cylinder it is at in order to fire the coil or injector for.


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