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B18b In A 92-95 2dr Ex 5spd

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by thepester, Mar 11, 2003.

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  1. thepester

    thepester Member

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    Hey, I want to build a fast 92-95 EX 2dr 5spd.

    I have UP TO 8,000... but dont want to spend that much if I dont have to.

    I want to beat almost ALL stock v6 motors. Here is a list of cars I HAVE to beat.

    2002 Grand Am GT w/ Ram Air
    1995 Ford Taurs SHO w/ Cat Back Exhaust, K&N Filter, Yamaha motor. Pretty fast. (I think the fastest's car in town, not much huh?)
    DX with Si-R motor, I think its 94, def. 5th generation.
    I want to beat stock camaros, civics, and integra's.
    Ummmm Id like to be the fastest car in town, I really dont have much to compete with, as you can see.

    I didn't know if I wanted to put an H22A motor or a B18B, but I think Im sold on the B18B. Ive heard too much good about it, and bad about the H22A.

    If you guys could PLEASE put down some setups w/ estimated prices and HP that would be greatly appreciated. Thanks a lot guys, I hope you have fun with this post. Brand Names would also help a lot. I already decided Im going with the b18b motor forsure now. Thanks a lot guys!
     
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    Its a Civic... sorry I forgot to put that.
    92-95 Civic Ex 2dr 5spd.
     
  3. beau_safken

    beau_safken Senior Member

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    FYI bro...Don't double post. Admins don't like it much. Delete it...I'm answering your other post in the civic section.
     
  4. phunky.buddha

    phunky.buddha Admin with a big stick Admin VIP

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    Hmm. Pestering is right. Good name for yourself...

    Don't double post questions on this board, or any board for that matter. It's not necessary to get an answer to your question.

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