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#81   2017-03-28 17:28          
# Crazy Eighty Eight :

I am planning to build it as a drag/street car.



Honestly a shit load of parts.

This is gonna be a long project but....

Let's get it done.

I dunno how long will it take you to finish it but I know that in maximum 4 months my R33 should be back on the road so why not sattle a drag race 5 months from today? Loser buy fuel for the winer?

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#82   2017-03-28 21:11          
Wow that should be an nice race
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#83   2017-03-30 03:00          
# Lagano : I see that you want a lot of engine upgrades for a drag car, so I can help you to get some parts! I know a shop in Tokyo that has all the things you'll need, it might not be cheap but it's surely the right choice for serious power. :)

Man, that'll be great I'll hit you up with the details.

# Phonexius : I dunno how long will it take you to finish it, but I know that in maximum 4 months my R33 should be back on the road so why not settle a drag race 5 months from today? Loser buys fuel for the winner?

That's a cool wager I never saw a R33 in person let alone at full pace, you're on Phonexius.


PART 1: Planning Stages (cont.)


I'm coming closer to the list being complete so work can begin, I'm gonna have to take some time off work to see the build step by step, I'm leaving the job to the professionals, with the power I want this to make I don't want to cut any corners, this way my responsibilities won't prolong the build time.



Mechanically I had a rethink, AWD , I've seen videos of these builds and they're monsters, few forums suggested using the 4G63's transmission or the CRV's transmission with the CRV's trans I will lose 6th gear, I have to look into the pricing before I make a final decision. Also "Fuck" the supercharger instant boost is one thing but "A LOT" of boost is where it's at, The turbo that I have in mind ? The Borgwarner 66mm S300SX 9180 anything bigger might kill me.

I want to get the car built and tuned at Bisimoto Performance when it comes to fast Hondas they are the guys to go to.



Let the shopping begin.


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#84   2017-03-30 09:32          
Wow that's an nice begin as i said before if you need any help with conversions let me know
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#85   2017-04-06 02:19          

PART 2: The Tear Down


This past Friday I was able to get the car into a shop to be worked on, last minute at that, I had the entire engine taken out to be worked one, so right now we're down to the bare block.



I ordered these parts over the weekend:

Skunk2 106MM 4340 Billet Crankshaft

Wiseco K20 Pistons

Brian Crower Performance Connecting Rods

Pro TSX CNC Head with Skunk2 Valve Spring & Retainer Kit

They are gonna be delivered on Friday so that's something to be happy about

Now these cost me a dime and there are a lot more parts to be bought plus the labor going in to the build, Monkey the car will be gracing your garage soon.

If I am able to complete my shopping list in time, the build is gonna be finished in about 5 months, a little later than the proposition of Phonexius' challenge.

To be able to pay for this build I sold the E36 for V$10,000 pretty good to start to month with.
To replace the Bimmer I bought this.

2000 Ford Mustang GT







MILEAGE: 152,605 miles
ENGINE: 4.6 Modular
TRANSMISSION: Manual 5-Speed
DRIVE TRAIN: RWD
EXTERIOR COLOR: Gray
INTERIOR COLOR: Black

Since everybody's going to Arizona, I thought I'd get in some of that action and got this GT for a steal for V$4,500 I was gonna buy a 2005 GT but I wasn't too fond of ones for sale, and this was the best one I found which made the 10hr road trip worth it.

Later I'll talk about what I'm gonna do with it, but it starts with "D" and something to do with hitting crowds ?

For now that's basically it a new car and new parts, speaking of Lagano hmu with Shop info.



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#86   2017-04-06 02:28          
I really like SN95 Mustangs. I want one someday!
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#87   2017-04-06 09:38          
The stang looks pretty clean
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#88   2017-04-06 16:38          
are you making it a Drag car? :D
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#89   2017-04-13 14:59          

REDUX


# MyNameisJeff : are you making it a Drag car? :D

You bet your ass I am.

While the RSX is getting rebuilt to a full on street monster in the slowest way possible, I thought I'd rebuild and revisit an old friend, you guys remember my old GT86/FRS the young girl looking for acceptance in the culture ?



Till she met me, she has changed a lot, and now in her third phase, I think the most wildest ride I've ever done.

I didn't post about it due the RSX being the forefront of my attention.

The Crazy 86

(clever name where did I get from)







I've finally did some major changes though costly have made the car better.

"Bags and a straight pipe."

Oh and the other accessories

Like the 2016 GT86 Head Lights and the lovely Valenti Tail Lights and the TRD Louvres, Engine wise I got some custom longtube headers and a custom straight pipe exhaust and the most obnoxious one at that.

On to the feet,

Work Emitz I bought from Art of Wheel that I had painted white wrapped in some stretched Advan Neova AD07's this time they are in 18" so they give a more demanding presence, behind the front wheels I got some R34 Front Brembo Calipers on some 300mm Brembo Discs, I did the unorthodox thing and put the stock front brakes in the back.

An AirLift kit.

And finally the color; the inspiration for this color came from another FRS owner and the fact I have FUTURE,HNDRXX on repeat, plus I loved the plum crazy Challenger of the 70's so that was a thing.

Guess it's Crazy Purp.


I think I spent more than I should have.



Cough...Not to mention I bought a Bape Hoodie Recently Cough....


# Driftphantom : That is awesome can't wait to see that result!

Well bud here's the result of stupid spending.

I give you the car version of a Hypebeast.

At this rate I would have to keep the SN95 stock :facepalm:





This post was edited by Crazy Eighty Eight (2017-04-13 15:05, 13 days ago)

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#90   2017-04-13 15:26          
Dat rims tho :drool2:
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#91   2017-04-19 21:10          

Back to Business


I've shown love to my FRS, now gotta show love to my Mustang,

but first let's talk about the drag build.

So what's been done ?

Mostly I took delivery of:

Skunk 2 Stage 3 K20/K24 Camshafts

A New Timing Chain

InlinePro's Timing Chain Tensioner

Cometic K-series Head Gaskets

InlinePro 8740 Main Studs

P2R Exhaust Manifold Gasket

Sheepey Inc. K Series Sidewinder Turbo Manifold

Garrett GTX3076R GEN II Turbo

Tial MV-S Wastegate

and finally an intake from Hayward Performance.




Yup a lot of parts.

And I have a few more I need to order, plus a new ECU.

Everything listed has been put together and soon this baby "will see some serious shit"

So it's slowly coming along, and Phonexius the day is coming near.





Besides the massive project.

I did spring some body and suspension mods for my Steed.



The Saleen Extreme S281 (SN95) body kit,

No not the real one those are expensive, but I was able to get Duraflex's take on it, since they don't make it anymore it took me a while to find one for sale.

I was only able to get the front bumper and the hood, I'm still in negotiations with a seller on the side skirts and rear bumper.

When I get them all, it's gonna look mean.




To back up the looks I'm gonna throw in a twin turbo kit instead of the usual supercharger, it's not a Terminator so it'll be a little different.


For the suspension I got BC Racing's BR Series Coilovers, I was gonna set this car up for drifting but I'm keeping it on the road with the money I'm putting into the RSX and this, thrashing around and spending money on tires will subsequently make me broke, I'm gonna take a break from the drift life for a while and just stick to straight roads and crowds. :))




I'll do my finances in the next post.

This post was edited by Crazy Eighty Eight (2017-04-19 21:17, 7 days ago)

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#92   2017-04-20 14:29          
Damn, I love your SN95 :-X
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#93   2017-04-20 14:39          
That bodykit is mean indeed, your Stang will look even meaner with some rims to match! :D