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    Willis' FA5 JRSC/MercRacing Twin Screw

    It's spring time and I had some tax refund money burning holes so I started to put together a pile of parts. This is going to be my first boosted Honda so I am pretty anxious to get it going. This is also my first build thread so it will be slowly coming together lol. I will upload more pictures tonight as I should be receiving the majority of the parts from Moss tonight when I'm home from work minus the manifold itself as it is backordered


    How she sits now. Pic is from winter still, but you get the idea





    Current Mods:

    Eibach ProKit
    Invidia Q300 exhaust
    BCRH
    DIY Intake
    FlashPro
    (not going to list out everything. see pic)



    Parts Ordered:
    JRSC Manifold and Misc Parts (052-167, 052-157, 052-161, 052-156, 052-550, 052-553)
    JRSC Tensioner Bracket (053-127)

    Walbro 255LPH with install Kit
    Deatsch Werks 1000cc Injectors
    PWJDM Battery Relocation Kit
    ImportDPS Catch Can
    Hondata 4bar MAP sensor

    Parts to Order:
    Merc Racing JRSC Twin Screw Kit
    OBD1 IAT Sensor
    UBI 3.5" Intake Kit
    Boomba Mounts
    CM FX300 Clutch
    BKR9EIX Spark Plugs

    Update 4/10: Tuner agrees we are going to run E85. After much discussion on IAT and such we have decided to go with E85 on this build. We are going to test on 3.5" pulley and i'm going to order the 3.4" for future testing.

    Update 4/11: Decided to go with the Merc Racing Twin Screw
    Last edited by WillisFA5; 04-11-2012 at 01:34 PM.

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    Welcome to BoostedK20! Nice parts list, I would definitely take the "?" away from motor mounts and clutch as you'll definitely be needing both. Stock clutch holds for a bit depending on mileage, but I'd buy your clutch ahead of time just so you have it when your stock clutch goes. CC stage 4, FX300, and FX400 are the most popular clutches being run on 300whp-500whp setups. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask us! Can't wait for pics!

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    I put the ? because i'm not sure what i'm going to do with them yet but they are definately on the needed list. I'm hoping to have everything done by June or July, but work is super busy right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WillisFA5 View Post
    I put the ? because i'm not sure what i'm going to do with them yet but they are definately on the needed list. I'm hoping to have everything done by June or July, but work is super busy right now.
    Makes sense, definitely get a catch can btw. I don't see that listed. And super busy work makes for more monies, which leads to more ponies

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    Catch can is in the items I already purchased . What do you guys recommend for spark plugs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WillisFA5 View Post
    Catch can is in the items I already purchased . What do you guys recommend for spark plugs?
    BKR9EIX. Much easier for tuning than the 8's. Your tuner will love you, and you will love your tuner.


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    Make sure to hit up E-Tunez to get tuned! Great guys over there.

    "As I lay rubber down to street, I pray for traction I can keep. But if I spin and begin to slide, please oh please protect my ride."

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    Backordered parts

    I'm trying to go from stock to the m90 too.

    Did they give you an idea of when the back ordered parts would arrive?

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    Why would you need motor mounts for this setup?
    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by easymovet View Post
    Why would you need motor mounts for this setup?
    Thanks!
    From a performance aspect, all setups should have stiffer-than-stock motor mounts. This allows the engine to move less (or not at all), which results in less wheel-hop and, typically, better traction.

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    The adapter plate and all the bolts that were also listed as backorder came in 3days. still waiting on the manifold and I think they are working on getting a new site up so I'm not sure if they are updating the stock status at the moment.

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