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Old 09-07-2016, 10:49 PM   #41
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Old 09-07-2016, 11:13 PM   #42
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Yes, The Idea is alive, Don't worry !
I've just been very busy with other jobs that take priority.
The used Porsche market is going crazy right now,
and I do allot of work for the local Porsche repair shops, and $ talks !

I asked for input and I don't get much, So Any input ??
And I'm not interested in making a turbo intake manifold for the Jv6 at this point.

With the crazy election starting to slow the market down now,
maybe there will be time in the near future to work on this.
I hope so, as I think this is the next engine people will want to play with,
as they are plentiful and cheap in the wrecking yards.
And they make good power !

Any input is welcome !

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Old 09-08-2016, 09:59 AM   #43
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Kinsler custom made these ITBs but most people that are building an ITB J series will want something that will help raise the power higher in the rpm range, be able to create a custom plenum built around, and something that will out perform a manifold(custom or skunk 2).

Hardest part will probably be keeping it at a reasonable price. Kinsler's ITBs are $6k and would sell much better if the price wasn't so expensive.
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Old 09-08-2016, 10:32 AM   #44
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I've seen those and they are a 1 off deal from what I understand,
my design will have less turn to them, a cross ram, more line of sight thru the ports.
Hopefully less fuel fall out with a lot less curve to the runners.

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Old 09-26-2016, 04:49 AM   #45
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I honestly don't think the market is there to justify ITBs. Once these guys get ahold of the new turbo engines the J swap will be a thing of the past.

I reluctantly just started the head development process for J series and it was after maybe 50 inquiries. The reality is that is probably 3 or 4 real buyers. These guys want $800 ported heads...and guess what... they aren't $800 and there are 2 of them! I think your market for these globally is legitimately 1-3 people.

I love your open thinking Lance. Its good for this market. I always appreciated what you do.
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I've been obsessed lately with the j series, and I think it would be one hell of a motor if it got the time and research like the k series did. Would love to do a all motor build in a s2000 chassis in the future
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Old 09-26-2016, 07:54 AM   #48
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I suppose, not allot of call for ported heads without a reasonable intake to compliment the whole system, well the engines are cheap and plentifull in the wrecking yards, and most swap guys are on the less cost end of the market.

I'm making this system for my own use at this point anyway, I do have some parts being cast for the base plates to the heads, these will mount the ports/runners to the heads.
just don't have time to work on it right now.
In the mean time I've designed an end feed plenum to fit my K and B manifolds, not something I thought I would ever do, I like the center feed better,, but there is a market for the end feed.

Something most don't know, is the NSX trans bolt up to the earlier J engines, so the NSX guys don't have to mess with their expensive c engines if they wish to build a play engine that fits the car better than the original.

Now back to politics Reality TV,, Crazy stuff !

Something I forgot to mention , the J cylinder bore centers are 98m/m I believe and the ports are 96.5m/m center to center, Honda pulled the ports together for no good reason which makes, making a manifold a bit more complex depending on the application, another reason for the adapter plates I designed, so they can take up the port deviation whether for drag or road/street, as in the size of the port design. Match up the plates to the head ports and the rest of the manifold can stay as designed.

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Old 11-28-2016, 04:04 PM   #49
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How do I upload pictures to this thread, it's to complicated for me !
Or, can someone do it for me ??

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Thanks for adding the pictures for me !
Just wanted to show the progress on the Jv6 ITB system ,
it's slow, but I have to do work on it between other paying work.

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I shutter at the cost of this setup when it is done.

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Old 11-30-2016, 08:56 AM   #53
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Yes it will cost more than a 4 cylinder ITB system, 50% more cylinders to feed.
I'm doing this in between paying jobs so as to keep my costs as low as I can,
and the reason its taking so long.

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Thanks for adding the pictures for me !
Just wanted to show the progress on the Jv6 ITB system ,
it's slow, but I have to do work on it between other paying work.

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No problem!
You have to upload the pics to a site that can host them and just paste the link in here.


Im still interested to see the b series turbo intake manifold compare to others.
Everyone just slaps on the skunk2 manifold and thats it.
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Something most don't know, is the NSX trans bolt up to the earlier J engines, so the NSX guys don't have to mess with their expensive c engines if they wish to build a play engine that fits the car better than the original....
Wow, in my 15+ years of studying Hondas I have never heard this before. Why has nobody done anything with this? Not only putting a J in an NSX, but how about using the NSX trans to adapt the J in other chassis? I would think a lot of NSX owners would find this info quite useful...

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Old 11-30-2016, 05:33 PM   #56
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The Jv6's do come with standard trans and some of those have LSD'd, but not as common as the auto trans in the wrecking yards, you just have to look harder,
The NSX trans are expensive, as they are NSX only deals, as far as I know.

The early Jv6's bolt to the NSX trans,
but you have to deal with a different flywheel/clutch from what i understand.

Some years ago I designed an ITB system for a company that deals with the NSX's and they didn't know about the J engine bolting to the trans, which really struck me as strange, seeing they could make some interesting J engines to sell to that crowd,
just think about a J 3500cc or J 3700cc NSX !

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Inline Pro is finishing up their adapter for J engines to K transmissions. I'm pretty sure it's for built K transmissions of course lol.


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[QUOTE=Mixwell;3145194]Inline Pro is finishing up their adapter for J engines to K transmissions. I'm pretty sure it's for built K transmissions of course lol.


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I truly think a real done up Jv6, torque wise would kill a K trans, yah sure they work with big turbo'd K engines but the trans life is short too,
Dog Drive trans, Cost high and service life short.
If the demand is there, someone will make up gear sets for the j trans.

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Nothing to report !
Been very busy with regular work which takes priority.

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