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b16a n/a VS b20vtec n/a

Discussion in 'Civic and del Sol - EG and EK' started by egycasper, Oct 3, 2009.

  1. egycasper

    egycasper New Member

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    hi
    advise plz
    i don't want to turbo or any boost or raise the bore of my engine.
    what do you think this is my set up:
    i have a jdm b16a engine and i bought these stuff
    68m th-skunk2 pro manifold-skunk2 pro stage 1 cams-pro gears-4.7 final gear ratio-
    4-2-1 tri-y big tube header 2:5" collector-10.75:1 cr wiesco pistons for b16a.
    i didn't put it togethar yet because i think i need more tq and hp so i want to put a b20b block and but a stroker kit full balanced (84m * 89m) light weight kit or (84m * 92m) forged full balanced stock weight with high cr pistons.
    with this head modes and do some head work port and polish
    what do you think?
    advise please
     
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    reikoshea HS Troll...And Mod Moderator VIP

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    i wonder if you can trade your 81mms for 84's since (im hoping) they are still new in box. A little port work to the b16 head couldnt hurt.

    i think you're on the right track as long as you can afford about 2 months of downtime on the car (a rough guess about what that kind of time that work will take).
     
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    egycasper New Member

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    ok
    but light wieght full balanced stroker kit or forged full balanced stock weight ?
     
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    78civic Junior Member

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    What r u going to be doing with your setup?
    Which ever you choose, Lighter=spin faster, longer than heavy without damaging things..

    E
     
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    egycasper New Member

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    scat eagle and crower are all very reputable names in the world of automotive parts. you shouldn't have any problems with those parts.
     
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    whats the point in that when you can just get an LS crank?
     
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    all kit balanced with every rotating assambely
     
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    problem please
    are eagle ,crower,..... cranks are balanced and what should i do after i put the rods and the forged hc pistons together...
    it's not stroker kit but i'll buy crank eagle , rods eagel , bearings and pistons separately.
    do i have to go to doing balancing to this compination?
     
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