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building 95 coupe D15b

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by gtmack23, May 30, 2007.

  1. gtmack23

    gtmack23 New Member

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    hello heres the deal. Im not a big racing junky i have a 95 coupe with stock motor, recently ive bin thinking of building my motor and it has a auto tranny, this is wat i have in mind and really would like to get everyones opions on what i should do. Ok maybe i would swap it out for a LS motor from a 92 teg. but im also thinking about just building the stock motor, im looking more towards just building it. i Already know i have to swap the tranny to stick. Now i would like to change the head and do the d16 vtech head but thats about all i know i would like suggestion on where to go from there posible turbo after words like i said i dont race just want a little more kick if you know wat i mean, (already have a cat back exhaust, cold air intake and thats about it) its already lowered 17 " already have the street look just want to do some engine work. HeLP PLEASE
     
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    why cant he
     
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    well let me correct that is the stock motor that comes in the 1995 coupe not the vtech the regular motor i just know its a single cam d15
     
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    Spending is not an issue I just wanna build a single v and posible turbo it
     
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