2nd Generation Specific 1986-1992 Discussion

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Old 02-12-2004, 06:29 PM
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Well my guy doing the 1/2 bridge on my motor just found out its an s4 motor. I went downstairs and weighed my rotors, sure enough 10.5#s. So I paid $1300 for a blown up ******* s4 peice of **** motor, that was suppose to be a fresh s5 motor. It did come with all s5 externals, and 1 busted rotor, 2 busted housings. Sweet! Hopefully he can find some s5 side irons.. S4 irons like to break around 400rwhp..
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Old 02-12-2004, 06:42 PM
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hmm i keep thinking my engine is s4.



what turbo did s5s have? ht18 or hx18?



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Originally Posted by teknics' date='Feb 12 2004, 07:42 PM
hmm i keep thinking my engine is s4.



what turbo did s5s have? ht18 or hx18?



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It had a bnr stage 3, s5 hyrbid/s5 exahust manifold
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Old 02-12-2004, 06:45 PM
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Is there really a differnce in s4 and s5 irons...........I cant see any difference.



The port size is the same........are S5 thicker around the oil filler or something? Just wondering cuz I recentley blew a S4 around the dowel pin on the rear.
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Originally Posted by Ranzo' date='Feb 12 2004, 07:45 PM
Is there really a differnce in s4 and s5 irons...........I cant see any difference.



The port size is the same........are S5 thicker around the oil filler or something? Just wondering cuz I recentley blew a S4 around the dowel pin on the rear.
s5 irons are reinforced on the rear iron around the dowel pin near the oil pedestal. Front iron is also reinforced.
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no i mean stock turbos on the s4 and s5 were what? cause i have a turbo from my engine that was stock and would help me figure out what engine i have./



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Well I guess Jim will no longer be the only one with an FD motor in his FC. Its on...
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Originally Posted by teknics' date='Feb 12 2004, 04:55 PM
no i mean stock turbos on the s4 and s5 were what? cause i have a turbo from my engine that was stock and would help me figure out what engine i have./



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Stock turbos on ALL FC's were Hitachi HT182S-S.



Only thing that changed with the S5's were a different exhaust housing.

That is all.
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Originally Posted by White_FC' date='Feb 12 2004, 09:30 PM
Stock turbos on ALL FC's were Hitachi HT182S-S.



Only thing that changed with the S5's were a different exhaust housing.

That is all.
no ... s4 were hx18









and....el im using s4 housings on my s5 engine....
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Originally Posted by FrestyleFC3S' date='Feb 12 2004, 09:16 PM
no ... s4 were hx18









and....el im using s4 housings on my s5 engine....
rotor housings? That doesn't matter. I will be using my current s4 rotor housings. But then again you aren't aiming for 550rwhp+...
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