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B18A Rebuild

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by b18civic1013, Apr 6, 2006.

  1. b18civic1013

    b18civic1013 Junior Member

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    Right now I have a b18b1, but i just bought an acura integra with a b18a in it. I'm going to strip it down to the block and totally rebuild. Nothing will be stock everything will be good qaulity parts not cheap shit. I Plan on turboing it. I was wondering around how much money would this average around. I was just wondering because i've never really built any motors. Like i said i'm not getting shitty parts they will all b name brand. If anyone has done this maybe someone could tell and average of the money that would have to be spent on it. Thanks....
     
  2. brian11to1

    brian11to1 Senior Member

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    if its all good, brand name shit. you're lookin at like $2-$4K in parts and machine work. Thats assuming you leaving sleeving out.

    do some research on honda-tech dude.
     
  3. JDM CRX B18A

    JDM CRX B18A New Member

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    Do You Know anything about adjustment Valve. Cuzz My B18A Need to adjust the valve and the spring. If u know anything let me Know Cool
     
  4. reikoshea

    reikoshea HS Troll...And Mod Moderator VIP

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    you should probably start your own thread for this question.

    as for the original posters question.

    id say about 4k in parts for it.

    Sleeves just took $1,000.
    JE Pistons will run you around $500
    Eagle Rods $350
    Piston Rings $80
    ACL Bearings $90
    AEBS Head Studs $120
    Injectors $280
    Porting of the head $600-$900
    And lets assume you do the assembly yourself.

    Thats $3,000 for the engine and we havent even gotten to the turbo yet.
     
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