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B16A with Eagle B18 3.504 crank what pistons and rods do i need?

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by aRandy, May 22, 2012.

  1. aRandy

    aRandy New Member

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    I was offered an Eagle B18 3.504 stroke crank 1835041772.
    The journal width .945 and Diam 1.722 are the same as those in a B16A so i figured i make a new short blok for my daily driver who puffs allot of smoke these days :)

    The thing is i don't really know what rod and piston combo i could use this with it to get the best bang for my buck.
    The car drives on regular pump gas which is octane RON 95.

    Is there a good reference somewhere which i can use, i searched but didn't find something usefull.
     
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    Stroked motor is custom (like stated above)

    I cannot lead you anywhere specific but I suggest you contact a reputable company who manufactures rods and give them the specs.
     
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    I checked the numbers on the crank but it isn't a stroked crank as the guy claims it's a std B18 stroke. So the whole deal is off i'll look for something more cost effective.
     
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    phunky.buddha Admin with a big stick Admin VIP

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    3.504 inches = 89mm

    So in a B18/B20 block use standard pistons and rods.
     
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