Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by Ben, Oct 17, 2006.
Swapping into a eg6. Can anyone please point me in the right direction?
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.
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.
kinda old, but still interesting article...
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
that's the 1, damn it
The Old One - Energy Dynamics
hum some good info in that page
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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