Wideblock 4g64 TC build with lots of pics from JapNostalgic

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Wideblock 4g64 TC build with lots of pics from JapNostalgic

Postby enthuzed » Mon Apr 23, 2012 12:41 am

Reduce fuel costs by 15-20% & cut emissions by 1/3rd...
Increase engine performance & prolong engine life...
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Postby enthuzed » Mon Apr 23, 2012 12:46 am

Worth mentioning that this build has the thermostat and CAS relocated to the front of the motor.
Reduce fuel costs by 15-20% & cut emissions by 1/3rd...
Increase engine performance & prolong engine life...
How?
Click the website button below & watch the 3 minute video.

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Postby thrash » Mon Apr 23, 2012 12:56 pm

:D

nice work that one!

I'm hoping that when I have about 7 or 8 grand spare, my engine blows a head gasket or something, so I have an excuse to build a 2.4 and feed extreme amounts of boost through it..

is that one of the cas from an rvr? I wonder if there is a way to replicate it.. or I wonder a crank angle sensor from a late mode 4g63 could be adapted...

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Postby dwlee » Mon Apr 23, 2012 5:34 pm

If you read the thread you will find that he tried to use a 7bolt oil pump housing with the crank angle sensor on a 6bolt block and ran into issues, so replaced the 7bolt oil pump housing with a 6bolt housing and replaced the factory crank angle sensor with a Kiggly Racing Crank trigger. The cam angle sensor is most likely from a 95/96 gen2 Eclipse and are the same as the rvr. I have seen quite a lot of 7bolt heads that have the bosses that the sensor bolts even when they are factory fitted with a rear cas, so it shouldn't be to hard to fit.

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Postby fugazi » Tue Apr 24, 2012 4:34 pm

One of the first things I personaly would have done was moving the PS-pump to the LHS on a LHD-car... giving a lot more space for the turbo and stuff... and lesser PS-lines.
But still, nice work done there!
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Postby OLDIE » Tue Apr 24, 2012 4:50 pm

fugazi wrote:One of the first things I personaly would have done was moving the PS-pump to the LHS on a LHD-car... giving a lot more space for the turbo and stuff... and lesser PS-lines.
But still, nice work done there!

My PS pump is down low under the TB so the turbo can be positioned forward of the factory position for easier dump bends and less restrictive IC pipework.
I've had mine since 03 07 92
85 JB 2323cc DOHC 4G63
THE OLDER I GET THE FASTER I WAS
GROWING OLD IS MANDATORY GROWING UP IS OPTIONAL

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Postby fugazi » Tue Apr 24, 2012 8:35 pm

Exacley what I meant O.F!
My intentions in the next build...
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Postby rodney007 » Wed Apr 25, 2012 9:46 am

OLD FART wrote:
fugazi wrote:One of the first things I personaly would have done was moving the PS-pump to the LHS on a LHD-car... giving a lot more space for the turbo and stuff... and lesser PS-lines.
But still, nice work done there!

My PS pump is down low under the TB so the turbo can be positioned forward of the factory position for easier dump bends and less restrictive IC pipework.


Yep works well, Got an idler setup running from front engine mount down that way, stoped it kicking the damn belt.

Was going to use starion PS pump but would have had to be upside down or to far out to side to fit lines so I used a 2001 Lancer FWD unit.

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Postby thrash » Wed Apr 25, 2012 3:04 pm

did you guys custom make the brackets or were they off another car?

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Postby OLDIE » Wed Apr 25, 2012 6:05 pm

thrash wrote:did you guys custom make the brackets or were they off another car?

Used the aircon bracket
I've had mine since 03 07 92

85 JB 2323cc DOHC 4G63

THE OLDER I GET THE FASTER I WAS

GROWING OLD IS MANDATORY GROWING UP IS OPTIONAL

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Postby rodney007 » Wed Apr 25, 2012 6:29 pm

OLD FART wrote:
thrash wrote:did you guys custom make the brackets or were they off another car?

Used the aircon bracket


same here


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