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Last Post 12 Jan 2001 06:18 AM by  Gordon C
Limited Prep
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Jeff K
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29 Dec 2000 12:41 PM
    Is the first generation (84-87) crx been classified in GP for limited prep. If anyone can point me to some valid info, I would appreciate it.
    DHMichael
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    29 Dec 2000 01:10 PM
    ". Classify Honda CRX / Si (84-87) w/ 1488cc engine as limited prep. Specifications to follow."

    Check technical bulletin TB 01-01 on the SCCA website.
    [url="http://www.scca.org/news/tech/club_racing/11-13-00.html"]http://www.scca.org/news/tech/club_racing/11-13-00.html[/URL]

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    Chuck Clark
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    29 Dec 2000 01:11 PM
    [QUOTE]Originally posted by Jeff K:
    [b]Is the first generation (84-87) crx been classified in GP for limited prep. If anyone can point me to some valid info, I would appreciate it.[/b]



    Jeff,

    The 84-87 CRX/Si with the 1488cc engine has been classified in GP under limited prep rules, however, I haven't seen the exact specifications yet. I'm sure they'll be out soon. Check upcoming issues of Fastrack, or go to SCCA.ORG and look for the notes on-line.
    Erik Skirmants
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    04 Jan 2001 04:30 AM
    Jeff,

    The specs. are now online!!
    [url="http://www.scca.org/news/tech/club_racing/12-5-00.html"]http://www.scca.org/news/tech/club_racing/12-5-00.html[/URL]



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    Erik Skirmants
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    Chuck Clark
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    04 Jan 2001 04:53 AM
    [QUOTE]Originally posted by Erik Skirmants:
    [b]Jeff,

    The specs. are now online!!
    [url="http://www.scca.org/news/tech/club_racing/12-5-00.html wrote:
    http://www.scca.org/news/tech/club_racing/12-5-00.html[/URL]

    [/b]


    Erik's link didn't work, so I cut and pasted it here for you.

    5. Honda CRX/Si (84-87), classified in TB01-01, Add to the specifications as follows: Engine Type: 4 Cyl SOHC, Bore / Stroke: 74.0 / 86.5, Displ.: 1488cc, Block: Aluminum, Head: Aluminum, Valves (I/E): 27.1/32.1, Carb No. & Type: IT Carburetion or Original-type fuel injection, Wheelbase: 86.6", Track (F/R): 58.5"/59.1", Wheels: 13 x 6, Trans. Speeds: 5, Brakes Std.: Factory spec @ all 4 wheels, Brakes Alt.: None, Weight: 2000 lbs., Notes: Comp Ratio limited to 10:1, Valve lift limited to 0.373", Restricted Suspension. Cylinder head prep per IT specs except that head may be milled to achieve max. comp. ratio. Stock intake manifold and head, only, may be port matched on the port-mating surface to a depth of no more than 1" in either direction. Manifold may not be otherwise altered. Valves, keepers, valve springs, and pushrods to be ferrous-no titanium alloys. Valve lift measured at the valve with zero lash or clearance. Stock rocker arms, cam followers, rocker ratios and rocker/follower ratios must be retained. Roller rockers and roller followers are prohibited. Fuel injected cars require stock (unmodified) throttle bodies. Stock connecting rods required, but may be lightened and balanced. Rod bolts may be replaced. Stock crankshaft required with a max. undersize of 0.045". Billet cranks prohibited. Dry sump is prohibited. Transmission must use the original case and bell housing in the original locations, but internal components are free. Competitor must be in possession of factory workshop manual at all competitions.
    Gordon C
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    04 Jan 2001 05:41 AM
    Does anyone know where we can get a Factory Workshop manual for an 86 CRX SI?

    Thanks Gordon
    Jesse Prather
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    09 Jan 2001 08:33 PM
    You can buy factory workshop manuals through an after market company that Honda uses to have the manuals printed. I got one for my wife's Accord and it is the best thing since sliced bread. Call Honda and they will give you the # to call to order a manual. Warning: These manuals are NOT cheap, I paid $60 for 1 for a 94 Accord, but it is worth its weight in gold.
    wtracing80
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    10 Jan 2001 05:14 AM
    Jesse is right. The company (I can't remember their name) that takes care of Honda has GREAT manuals. Pricey, but awesome! They may even be the shop manual the techs use. I ordered mine (1994 del Sol VTEC) off the web site (the company's not Honda's) and it was at my door in a couple days. They are located in Michigan so I paid some sales tax but the S/H was less. If you email me priivately I can send their URL tomorrow. Good luck.
    frburger
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    11 Jan 2001 12:51 PM
    Honda shop Manuals:
    [url="http://www.helminc.com/"]http://www.helminc.com/[/URL]
    Gordon C
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    12 Jan 2001 06:18 AM
    Order the manual today from Helm today.
    Thank you all for your help.
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