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Has anyone heard of honda or any other company, in limited numbers creating a 3.2 liter 4-cylinder that puts out roughly anywhere from 350-425 HP but is lighter than a D16 series engine for honda cars? If it exist it would possibly be used for ...
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|10-09-2003, 04:28 AM||#1|
Has anyone heard of honda or any other company, in limited numbers creating a 3.2 liter 4-cylinder that puts out roughly anywhere from 350-425 HP but is lighter than a D16 series engine for honda cars? If it exist it would possibly be used for racing purposes in japan. Possibly called a J-spec? Specs may be off..... has anyone heard of anything like this frankenstein of an engine or anything similar?
|10-09-2003, 10:46 AM||#4|
|10-09-2003, 12:37 PM||#9|
|10-09-2003, 01:20 PM||#11|
If you want a N/A motor that has 350 hp, take a b20 block, bore it about 10 over and put some high compression pistons in it, along with rods, get it resleeved, and put a b18c5 head on it, put new racing cams in that motherfucker, with valves, retainers etc., and get it port and polished. Also P&P the intake manifold. Mill the head enough for like 15 to 1 compression and run race fuel in it, maybe youll get 350 hp.
O and i guess this doesn't answer you question, I'll answer it, THERE IS NO *STOCK* HONDA ENGINE THAT MAKES OVER 300 HP. If you want it do it yourself.
Go turbo, youll get alot more hp than N/A
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|10-09-2003, 01:41 PM||#12|
|10-09-2003, 02:37 PM||#14|
|10-09-2003, 03:36 PM||#16|
theres one thats like the whole motor...not just the block
it uses a Dart block thogh, i think its called "the beast" or some gay shit like that.
read about it in Import Racer
edit: Mr. Gasket assembled it
220 hp to the wheels, right out of the box.
|10-09-2003, 04:05 PM||#18|
Payn Tech is great, plus they are only 30 minutes from me. He showed up to a redline meet with his black type R (wing and lip removed, all badges shaved) with a new 2.0 dart block in her. He was saying that it felt like a 12.1-12.2 setup. He also said that in 2 weeks, he was going to pull the engine and put something else in there. Must be nice to do that every few weeks.
|10-11-2003, 04:04 PM||#19|
They do cost around 10K and with that much to spend I (or you) could build many things to own a 220HP motor. The block sounds promising though. As our B-series pool runs dry there will be many more of these bottom ends used.
And a 4 cly with a displacement of 3.5 to 4 would tap out lower than a Mustang- very un-Honda, unless they are jumping into the tractor business with both feet.
|10-15-2003, 06:46 PM||#24|
sorry i thought it was still within the topic! I'll remember next time.
I heard u can do that (put a dohc on D16Y8) from someone. I want a dohc engine without doing a complete engine swap.
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