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86 rex power plant????

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by EWstryder, Dec 13, 2010.

  1. EWstryder

    EWstryder New Member

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    ok so i bought another 86 rex. but right now i batteling with the question on weth or not to do a B or D series swap. now what you you guys do with the low weight of the car for a power plant.
     
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    B series.
     
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    is the 90 ls tranny cable or hydro?
     
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    xj0hnx I wanna be sedated VIP

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    Cable.
     
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    b18 is good engine bt if ur gana boosted use a b16 its easyer to boost
     
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    those are all fun swaps, but im fairly positive that the d16a1 from the 1st gen teggy is a direct drop in with those odd style mounts
     
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    it is a direct "drop in" but i had one in my last crx and i wasnt happy with how little power i could actually achieve. why not go d series ive seen some serious power out of a d!?!?
     
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    if you want to go fast and do it reliably, go b series. swap a gsr motor and trans in there and call it a day. the little rex will move.
     
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    thats cool but i need something dependable and the last d16a1 i had was boosted w/ nos. its time to get something new in the bay
     
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    so where do you think i could get a b series swap near az for fairly cheap?
     
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    awwww he just hit puberty....
     
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    haha hell yes, nah man u just never see built first gens anymore, I want to do one eventually
     
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    easier how so? the ls is a far better engine to boost. cheapter to purchase (and replace if it blows up), makes more torque, and a great stock compression ratio.

    LST / LS-T Turbo B18A B18B setups - Page 1012 - Honda-Tech
     
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