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Old March 3rd, 2016, 06:06 AM   #1
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My j33 engine. Need advice

Hi from Russia, St. Petersburg.

I have av6 coupe 2003 MT and start to build j33 engine.
Want j36 but its very hard to find j32a3 or j35a6 shortbkock

- j30a5 pistons from Honda Inspire UC 1 to CR 11:0

- crank and rods from ZDX
- IM and TB from ZDX
- j35a8 cams and valve springs
- AEM V2 CAI
- custom exhaust

- brembo calipers from MB W220
- work emotion 17 7.5 forged
- rear break disk from Acura TSX 2008(Euro Accord 2008)

What advice can you give me?
What about Thermostat and Water/Coolant Temp Sensor?
What about exhaust, how can i deceive o2 sensors?
Anybody have pictures how to do porting?
What about fuel pump?
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Old March 3rd, 2016, 03:42 PM   #2
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Best reccomendation for porting (ill let someone else advise on the rest) is to get some Dykem, coat the gasket mating surfaces. Lay/bolt the gasket on top of each side, and scribe inside of the gasket, you should see a definite line in your now blue surface. Lay the gasket back over the heads to make sure your opening on the head is the same as the gasket size, if it isnt, adjust your lines on that side of the runner so you don't end up with a ledge.

Get either a carbide rounded bit or some 80 grit sandpaper rolls and start doing circular motions around the port on each side applying even pressure on each part of the wall. Count the number of rotations you needed to get near your line (not overlapping it, but just at it) (try not to angle the bit, try to make it flat). Write this number down. Do the same on the head side. Put the bit further in, where your first cut didnt reach, and try to do the same amount of rotations, if not a few extra (you'll be able to see the difference if not level) further down the port.

Repeat until everything looks machined and mostly even. Then go back and start to blend your different stages into each other until smooth transfers are there.

Go back and swirl around a 120 grit bit until the whole thing looks even and smooth transfers. You can keep repeating this grit increase up to 240 before you need polishing compounds.

You will however need a rotary tool and high flow compressor (using a small one is painfully long)

If you want a set of runners set, I would love to accommodate this build, i'm always a fan of helping bigger better engines. I know shipping sucks, but if you want any help, or clarification, feel free to message.
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Old March 3rd, 2016, 10:20 PM   #3
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Would this be closer to a j34.... you are trying to use the zdx (3.7) crank and rods in a j30
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Old March 3rd, 2016, 10:56 PM   #4
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Old March 3rd, 2016, 11:24 PM   #5
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Would this be closer to a j34.... you are trying to use the zdx (3.7) crank and rods in a j30
Yes, about 3400 =) I dont see who do this =)
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