Alright I want out of this CVT B/S!! Mine just started slipping/shaking and I don't want to have to keep dealing with this. I decided I am going to swap the motor and trans, and build a sohc turbo setup. Reason being is money is going to be kinda of tight for a bit, and I don't really have enough to really make a B-series worth the effort. I've been doing a lot of research on single cam setups and they are extremely underrated and efficient for the amount of money you need to invest. So here's some more questions that I need answering. Again, I am sorry for the newb questions but I'm the kind of guy that likes to get one on one advice. Not stuff through the grapevine. I find a lot of info on the web that is old news, not cool. First off, I know the singles cam turbos whomp on most stock DOHC motors. But how do they last in terms of reliability? I've heard lots of good things, but I am curious to hear others luck with them. I planned on upgrading to vitara pistons, and getting a tougher rod w/ good bearings etc. Possibly a mild port job, and a cam as well. Secondly, I read somewhere that these V-tec-e heads are actually a preferred head in terms of single cam setups? I know you have to replace the internals of it, but for some reason I can't remember or find the site...I have a z6 long block chilling in my garage, but needs a rebuild. Basically, whats the best combo for boost, and what do I have to do to the vtec-e head? And third, what is the best transmission to mate with for a boosted single cam setup?