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B series engine

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by Metro, Sep 8, 2003.

  1. Metro

    Metro Junior Member

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    Hello

    I've got a prelude '88 with a B20A7 engine and my crankshaft are destroyed, so I was wounder: do the B20Ax engines share crankshaft?
     
  2. Metro

    Metro Junior Member

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    Or is there any other cranks that fits?

    These B20A7 engines are incredible expensive here in norway...
    I can get B20A5 engine cheaper, but if it do not fit, I'm pretty screwed...
    B20A5 engine also just have 137hp, so I don't want to swap hole engine...
     
  3. gocivicls

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    I do not speak you language, Dude!
     
  4. B16

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    wtf dont you understand, i could figure it out
    although metro, i do not know the answer to your question
     
  5. highperboi

    highperboi Senior Member

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    sorry i cant help you out but i just wanted to say the guy above this post is a ass. i would like to see him speak Norwegian. i say you just swap a new engine in it.

    edit: not the guy above me but, gocivicls (i was writing when b16 put his up)
     
  6. SleEPeR_CRX

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    id just go with buying a new same engine, you can probably find it very cheap since no one wants to put them in cars, cause they are such a bad engine ( no offence intended)
     
  7. kingwilly

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    look for some replacement parts and rebuild your motor..i would get parts that are made for your motor..better english=better answers...hehe
     
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