Cylinder Block Machining Video - Engine Building DVD
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Basic Engine Building DVD - Chapter 25: Cylinder Block
By this time your block is disassembled and in the machine shop. One of the
most informative sections, here we take you behind the scenes to show what
goes on while your away. We show the process of align honing the main
bearing bore that is needed before anything else can be machined. Then the
block deck is leveled and machined as needed for the new head gaskets to
seat properly. And finally the cylinder walls are bored out just shy of
their new size, which will be achieved when they're honed.
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JRSC ITR Build Up - Chapter 1
This clip shows the progression of my JRSC supercharged B18c-R DC2 Honda
from it's humble beginnings as a turquoise Vti-R to how it look today.
This movie has a bit of a sad ending. Bye bye B18c-R.
Thats ok though, chapter 2 shows the re-power with a JE/Eagle forged B18c
and a bit more Boost + methanol :)
Credit to Adam Plews for the initial build, my part comes later
Music by Pendulum - Planet Orion
**** For all the haters of the rear bumper, this video is actually getting
pretty old now, the holed bumper is long gone, now replaced by a plain 98
How To Adjust Valves Honda B18C VTEC 4 Cylinder -EricTheCarGuy
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Discussion about this video:
B Series Timing Belt Video:
Valve adjustment tool:
Long feeler gauges:
VTEC explanation video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nc800hkqY2M
I think this might just about complete my valve adjustment videos on Honda
engines. There are only a couple more that I can think of that I haven't
covered like the Vigor 5 cylinder engine and the DOHC VTEC found in the NSX
(that will be a fun one trust me) but that's about it. As you can see in
the video this valve adjustment requires a special tool. You don't have to
use the same one that I used in the video but you won't be able to
accomplish this procedure without some sort of special tool. Once again
make sure the engine is cold and it's probably not a bad idea to run back
through them after you go through the first time just to make sure
everything is still in spec, it's strange how one revolution of the crank
shaft can change things. Otherwise good luck.
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Skunk2 How To: What's in Your Bottom End
Follow along as Skunk2 walks you through a complete engine build. It all
starts with understanding what exactly is inside of your engine block.
Watch and learn.