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b20vtec into a 00 sir

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by CleanSiR, Oct 29, 2007.

  1. CleanSiR

    CleanSiR New Member

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    ok so iv had my sir for oh just a little over a year iv dumped sum money into it and im fairly satisfied or so i thought... went to the track after doing my clutch and flywheel and dint run wat i wanted to, changed my header intake and exhaust and got a bit where i wanted to be for wats done, 15.1 (with bad launchs should be better next time i go...)
    and i figured before i start dumping serious money into it well i want sum f***in torque lol
    b16a2 = WTF IS TORQUE lol

    so im doing a b20vtec swap.

    heres what i need from u guyz! im building the bottom end and leaving the head stock for a season then building the head.

    so heres wat iv come up with for wat i need so far (using my b16 tranny btw!)
    oh and i might use the b16 head i may buy a gsr head i havnt decided!

    heres my list if i miss anything please lemme know!
    also! - i was told u cant etest an obd1 engine in a obd2 car? is this bs or true?

    heres the list!


    - new ACL bearings
    - new piston rings (hastings or oem)
    - new oem b series valve seals
    - new ITR 22t water pump
    - new p72 itr timing belt
    - new p72 itr oil pump
    - magnetic drain plugs
    - new NGK v-power spark plugs
    - adjustable fuel pressure regulator
    - new gaskets and filters
    - wiseco pistons
    - eagle rods
    - vtec oil line conversion kit
    - ARP head studs
    - ARP rod bolts
    - balance the crank
    - adjustable cam gears
    - p28 ecu
    - tuning

    now i think thats it...
    i duno what kinda power thats gonna make with a b16 or gsr stock head u guyz got a ballpark figure?
    like i said ill be using a b16 tranny witha 7lb flywheel and a stage2 clutch aswell

    if u have any suggestions on things ill need or should get please post em up thanks!!
     
  2. CleanSiR

    CleanSiR New Member

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    no1 has any advice or anything with this? lol
     
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    phunky.buddha Admin with a big stick Admin VIP

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    Ballpark? There's no way to tell- nobody knows how you'll tune it, and you don't even list specs on your pistons.
     
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    thats cuz im not 100% sure about everything yet, i dont really care about the ballpark hp i just wanna hear sum suggestions on wat to change or wat to get...
     
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    :shrug:

    There's not really much to say with what you've posted- it's just a basic rebuild with undefined performance pistons, rods and cams.
     
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    head will be stock for 1 season.
    then itll be pro 1 cams from skunk2

    suggest sum pistons and rods :D
     
  7. brian11to1

    brian11to1 Senior Member

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    I suggest RS Machine Pistons w/Eagle rods.

    Or, if money isnt an issue...

    CP pistons w/Eagle Rods

    Be ready to dish some dough out. This shits not cheap. All Motor cars are hard to find power with, without spending a lot of time on the dyno. Street tunes wont cut it.

    What times did you wanna run with your previous setup?
     
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    Probe I-beam rods are lighter- you'll make more torque using them.
     
  9. CleanSiR

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    i was thinking eagle rods but ill look into the probes now,

    and i was hoping ot run what i ran with my car by the seasons end, 15.1, i figured out how to launch better so i think i coulda got a better time but its too late to find out now :( maybe next year before i drop in the b20 :)
     
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