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Old 03-21-2012, 07:53 PM   #1
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Since Stein posted my dyno graph in a different thread, I shall make my own noob thread. I've lurked on here every so often for the past year.

I drive a similar car to you guys. Its a Honda s2000. I enjoy all different types of cars and projects. I'm more into drag racing, but have done a few Auto-X sessions to know thats really fun as well. I lurk on a lot of forums. My sign is Leo. I live 100 feet from a corn/soy bean field. Go Huskers.

Now that you have my Craigslist personals bio, here is what I'm working with.

25k mile stock F20c with stock untouched headbolts
E85 fuel
InlinePRO stage 2 turbo kit
Precision billet 6765 T4 flange .81 turbine AR
Turbosmart ProGate 50mm wastegate- 15psi wastegate spring
Full Blown dual pump hanger
Dual Full Blown 340lph pumps
ID2000cc injectors
8an feed and 8an return lines
Aeromotive FPR
Ferrea beehive valve springs
Competition Clutch 4 puck
New Acura RSX/Honda Civic Si coils
NGK 2668 plugs gapped to .023
AEM EMS series 1 - 1052
MAC boost solenoid controlled by the EMS
Hondata 4 bar MAP sensor
Full Blown s2000 radiator
Full single 3" exhaust.

Tuned by LJ at Full Blown Motorsports in Apple Valley, MN. I drove the car from Omaha, Nebraska to Apple Valley, Minnesota to get it tuned this last weekend. After I made the power, I drove it the 7 hours back home.


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Here is a properly scaled version of my dyno plot.

STD correction



SAE correction-Same pull just showing the SAE graph since thats what the video shows.



28psi pull


15psi wastegate spring pull

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Old 03-21-2012, 08:04 PM   #2
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Welcome to the site D1sclaimer
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I was going to call into question your idea of craigslist personals, but I see you have a 732hp S2000 and 2000cc injectors, so I'll let it go this time.

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Old 03-21-2012, 08:12 PM   #4
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Youre not the one with the thick headgasket right?
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Old 03-21-2012, 08:24 PM   #5
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Added to my Top10 best license plates evahhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!!
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Now THIS is what I call an intro thread.

Car is absolutely [email protected]$$

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Old 03-21-2012, 10:37 PM   #8
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Youre not the one with the thick headgasket right?
Nope. Its the stock headgasket installed by Honda. The thick headgasket is a thing of the past with E85. Another downside to the thicker headgasket is that the headgaskets only seem to last 8-10k miles.
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Nope. Its the stock headgasket installed by Honda. The thick headgasket is a thing of the past with E85. Another downside to the thicker headgasket is that the headgaskets only seem to last 8-10k miles.
Glad to hear it.
It makes me sick to hear of people doing that. Its the equivalent of taking air out of your tires for weight reduction.

Have you seen the S2000 Greg at Go-autoworks is building as a shop car?
It has full wet-sleeves, so Im expecting insanity.
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Nice ride. That is huge power.
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Glad to hear it.
It makes me sick to hear of people doing that. Its the equivalent of taking air out of your tires for weight reduction.

Have you seen the S2000 Greg at Go-autoworks is building as a shop car?
It has full wet-sleeves, so Im expecting insanity.
No, I have not heard of his s2000.


Did you say sleeves?




I have some other random goodies just sitting around.

Custom H11/L19 headstuds made by A1Technologies. If anyone is into high horsepower diesel engines, that company should ring a bell.



Custom ARP main studs.

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Old 03-22-2012, 01:13 AM   #12
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Welcome. That's a nice car ya got there Mr.
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Old 03-22-2012, 01:18 AM   #13
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Nice intro thread. Sorry to out you but it had to be done.
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Nice car! and Welcome!!
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Thanks for joining, D1sclaimer!
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Wow. Very impressive car, man. Thanks for joining, as i imagine you'll have good input/info to add to the site.

And, as others have said, that plate is priceless. :-)
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Wow. I feel sad.
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Haha.

Thanks guys.
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