is it true that you can use a B18C crank, rods, and pistons to stroke a B16A to 1797cc ??? if you're going to answer this question please back it up with facts. i was reading up on the Toda B16 stroker kit and it mentioned that it will make the stroke 87.2 from it's stock 77.4mm. if i'm not mistaken, the b18c has a stroke of 87.2, right? so wouldn't it make sense that you could use the b18c components and have a home-made stroker kit? the bore of the 2 engines are the same so it doesn't really matter which piston you use...well, sort of...i know you need to worry about piston-to-valve clearance whenever you change the stroke of it and you'll probably have to get it blue-printed. any thoughts??? now, i know the B16B and B18C blocks are the same so this concept will definitely work on the CTR block but i'm curious to know if it will work on a B16A block. a B18C crank goes for about $400-500+/- and you can get some eagle rods for about $350 +/-, get some ITR pistons for $300+/-. do the labor yourself and you just got a b16 stroker kit for about $1200+/-, roughly half the price Toda charges.