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B18 Head + B20 Block

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by Ben, Oct 17, 2006.

  1. Ben

    Ben New Member

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    Swapping into a eg6. Can anyone please point me in the right direction?
     
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    they are the same thing a b18 will bolt right up on the block. The only difference bettween a b18 and a b20 is that the b20 is bored out. Slap a head gasket on there and get that bitch runnin.
     
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    id go with the b16 head, there better if your gonna go turbo. and over all there going to let in more air in than a b18.
     
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    sweet thanks, i have a jdm b16a head, so i'm stoked, i had just heard you could get more power with b18 head. thats probably a big argument, but whatever i am stoked.
     
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    oops.. DO NOT OPEN THAT LAST LINK
    bad link, avoid it, sorry on that
    I meant searching,
    "The Old One" at ENDYNE has some interesting stuff. used to have buildups on b20/vtec
     
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    hum some good info in that page
     
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    Came to my mind also. Replacing my B18C block for a B20 with B18C head (etc)

    Watch your rev limit though!
    The B20 block doesn't like the rpm's
    Posted this on our forum (Honda Type-R Club Benelux, Official Honda Team) and one guy has done this already.
    These were the usefull tips I got:
    Don't let it rev past 8k rmp if you use a stock Honda CR-V bottom end. (Taking it appart and replacing pistons and rod's will get you an extra 1k)
    You have to make an Oil-catch can wich a CR-V block has not.
    And you need some oil flowing to your head because the CR-V hasn't got the oil hole's for V-tec.
    And keep in mind you won't be running high compression ratio's stock aprox 10.2:1

    Conversion kit for the oil problem:
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