Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by time2rid3, Jun 19, 2008.
sorry im new to this just want to make sure
It's called an LSVtec
yea i know that some people try to tell me that the block was not the same
yes you can..get a vtec conversion kit,
you will need the dowels,headgasket,and the oil line kit..
i got ge kit
ok,what all did it come with??and check your messages at the top right
oil line ,dowel, studs gasket i tap the head came tap allready
nice,,so put it together
it cant be that eazy
have you ever worked with honda motors?
Why not? That's what you bought the conversion kit for, to make things easy...
yea but just swaps this is my fist ls vtec
so do it up..if you run into problems just get back on and tell us where your stuck..i might be able to come help you depending where ur at
ya im going to rip off the old head tomorrow i still have to find that ecu
just so you understand, the dowels in the b18a are on the wrong side for a vtec head. you'll need to drill them out on the other side to make the head and block bolt together. i'm not assuming you didn't know this, but rather just making sure you understand why people even sell the kit.
ok so can i drill it or do i have to send the block to a shop
you could drill it if you have a press, if not though, i wouldn't recommend it. if you get the holes even a little bit at any angle you'll have a hell of a time getting the head and gasket on.
ok im lost...lol do i have to drill on the block or the head
im pretty sure you dont have to drill the block or whhatever,,thats what the conversion kit is for..
last i though the b16 heads had 4 places for dowels.and theose 4 places are a little smaller than the ls which only has 2 places(a little bigger)
so you take your dowels and put the bigger end down into the block..the thing is that you might need to open the holes on the gasket up a little bit to fit over the bottom of the dowel
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