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can type r internals fit in a ls block

Discussion in 'Civic and CRX - EF' started by civicmulisha, Jun 30, 2008.

  1. civicmulisha

    civicmulisha New Member

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    i got a itr swap i need to know if i can put the internals in my ls block will they fit with out boring it or will i have to i am trying to keep ppl from knowing i am running a type r swap
     
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    K2e2vin Senior Member

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    Sort of, dumb, but yea; ITR internals will fit in an LS block; but you'll still need a oil adapter kit. Even if they didn't know it's a ITR engine, they'd assume it's at least a LS/VTEC.

    Just get a dremel or something and etch in a 1 in there so they'd think it's a GSR; or just get rid of all the markings.
     
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    INJEN78 HS LEGEND

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    they will fit,but the piston needs to be milled to fit the ls rods(if your using ls rods)
     
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    K2e2vin Senior Member

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    I was thinking he's going to use the ITR crankshaft so he wouldn't need to use LS rods.
     
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    why bother just put the typr r in it
     
  6. civicmulisha

    civicmulisha New Member

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    well if i put the type r in it is eye candy and we have a problem with stolen hondas around here so i am going to use all of my type r internals i know they would think it is a ls v tec swap but that is more common then a type r so would my horse power stay the same i also heard some one saying putting b16 pistons on a b18 ls can it work
     
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