reconstruction Z22SE (the jarama awaits me)

#22
Hola este Navarra.
Yo llevo la modificación de los árboles y la línea de Astra H GTC 150 que es de 55 entera y al ser turbo desahogado bien y suena bien.
Catalizador anulado en 55 mm.
Caja de cambios de Zafira y volante motor aligerado.

are you Spanish? the translation has been perfect! hahaha, because thanks to what you have told me I have seen that the final ratio of the gearbox of the sapphire 2.2 is shorter than that of the astra, 3.95 that of the astra and 4.17 that of the zafira, it is noticeable something?
 
#23
Well, gentlemen, my worst fears came true
The distribution chain started last week, doubling the two cylinder 4 exhaust valves, so I'm already working on rebuilding the engine.
Fortunately, I bend them very lightly, not damaging the walls of the cylinder, or damaging the cylinder, or damaging the seats of the valve.
I am working on the porting and polishing of the ducts of the stock, and f**k, I thought it would be easier, I spent 1 week working on eliminating the lines of casting of the intake ducts, without yet entering the exhaust duct .
This Friday I will bring down the stock, 0,5mm, you see it well? of board I have lowered 0.25, so in total I will lower 0.75, to leave it in a CR of 10.7: 1.

Regarding placing the intake manifolds of 2.4, it is still not clear to me what modification must be made in the alternator, since I read that the housing of the diode bridge did not get to enter the collectors, can you explain it better?
 
#25
Soy de Irún y vivo cerca de Tudela,no tengo ni idea de inglés
ostia que bien jajajajaja, por eso decia por que directamente me salio tu comentario en español, por este foro me muevo con traductor si no no te enteras una mierda,
lo de la modificacion de los arboles a que te refieres, a arboles de levas o a los arboles contrarrotantes?
 
#30
Well I leave here the first photos of the reconstruction
cleaning of the head, polishing and elimination of the lines of casting of the intake ducts, also in polished the cameras, I have left to finish the other two, and to enlarge and polish the exhaust ducts
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some of the reconstruction pieces
I would miss the service chain and the piston rings (I would appreciate it if you could tell me the reference number of the standard piston rings)
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1 of the two exhaust valves of cylinder 4 folded, fortunately I just stay in that, neither scratch piston, nor shirt
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#36
no encontraste el brico?
.que nick tienes en ese foro? Así te lo mando.
si si lo encontre tio, muchas gracias
por cierto, como calaste tu los arboles de levas cuando hiciste la distribucion? por que claro, yo tengo los arboles de levas desmontados, y se que es poniendo el cilindro 4 en pms, pero al final veo que me tengo que comprar la herramienta de calado
 
#40
What are you guys, little by little we are moving forward in the reconstruction of the z22se, now I am with the exhaustive cleaning of the engine. Here you have some photos.
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I bought this engine assembly lubricant, because they told me about the very good
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first problem, when trying to extract the axis of balance of admission, I broke the plate that is subject to the block, I tried to get in touch with an ebay boy who sells the two complete axes, but he has not answered me yet, if you have the spare part please, get in touch with me
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I also had another problem, when cleaning the pistons, one fell to the ground, and it has sunk a little, in the photo it looks more exaggerated, but I have spoken with several experts and they have told me that it is not much problem, since It can scratch the walls of the cylinder. tell me your opinion
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