The Rywire ITR Build…Part 2…

For those of you who missed the initial (2) posts involving the Rywire ITR build, I’ve provided links below… Please feel free to catch up before you read this post so that you guys have a good idea of what’s going on in this build because it’s definitely not something you want to miss out on…

The Rywire ITR Build Intro…

The Rywire ITR Build Part 1…

Now that you are caught up, here is part 2, which will be a much smaller update compared to the first one. Today we’re going to be taking a look at a couple shots of the man himself, Bisi Ezerioha from Bisimoto Engineering, working on Ryan Basseri’s K24 motor for his Porsche GT3 RS Orange Integra Type R…

The updates will be more spread apart than say, Big Mike’s build, because the chassis itself still resides up in Nortern California where Sunny Wong from Franklin Autobody is finishing up the paint work on it. Once that is completed, Ryan will make his way up there to transport the chassis down to the Rywire facilities where the car will begin to be put back together along with the motor and all of Ryan’s custom electrical work that will run throughout the car…Whenever that happens, I will be sure to update you on the progress on this build. The updates will trickle in every now and then if he has some new parts or something coming in, but for the most part, it’s basically a waiting game right now. We will continue with regular updates as usual and I will incorporate updates on Ryan’s car when they become available…

Here’s a basic rundown of Ryan’s motor set-up (as far as I know)…again, more info will come as it is provided to me…

-K24 engine

-Stock bore and stroke

-GE sleeves

-Arias pistons

-9.0 compression

-Custom Crower connecting rods

-ARP rod bolts

-Widened crankshaft journals

-Balanced and knife-edged crank

-OEM B-series engine bearings

-Portflow cylinder head w/OEM head gasket

-Bisimoto-spec. valvetrain

-Custom turbo camshafts from Web Cams

-Turbo components I am not 100% sure on, I’ll have to find out more from Ryan later….

Now on with some pics…

Arias pistons…

Bisi doing work…

…and now some photos from a completely different point in time. The shots above were from awhile back actually and the photos below are very current. These are cell phone shots of the chassis at Franklin Autobody. You can get a better look at how the interior looks and how the battery box has been incorporated and painted with the body…

I can imagine how bright and blinding the interior is going to be when Ryan is inside of the car…haha…

That’s all for now…stay tuned for more as the content rolls in…