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crower stroker kit

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by hondaaccord94, Jun 20, 2005.

  1. hondaaccord94

    hondaaccord94 Member

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    i have been searching around the web for some parts,and i came across a crower stroker kit but it doesnt say anything about the performance.i just wanted to ask will it give my motor some power if i get the high compression kit.


    oh yeah i have a h22a motor in an accord.
    i was planning on a turbo but now i have come across this kit so i might be changing my mind.i dont want trmendous amount of power im just looking for a few whp that i can use.so will this kit give me some whp?
     
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    don't bother. not worth it IMO.

    if you're going to go that route, get the block sleeved in a larger bore-- if memory servers, 86mm is stock, so take it to 88 or 89m with a nice high compression pistons and a strong rod. add some head work, and a nice cam, and you're golden
     
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    i was just looking at the je high compression piston set it looks pretty good,and i was looking at eagle rods i hear good things about them.and if i do some head work like valves and retainers should i get those high compression to or what should i do.

    how much would it cost to sleeve my block to about 89mm?
    oohh yeah what cams do u suggest man.thanx
     
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    a good setup for you may not be a good set up for me.

    sleeving costs about 1000 bucks, plus the bore + hone.

    what gas can you get? if you're stuck on 91, you're options are lower.
    if you can get 94, you can go a little bigger.

    but ~12:1 compression or so on a larger bore piston, some stage 2 cams from skunk or something and a valvetrain to hold it will give you a solid 30 whp gain if yo do it right
     
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    formby learning in progress

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    i dont know much about h series motors but wouldnt it be cheaper to use an h23 block and some type s pistons with the cams and other boltons...a head swap ussually gives15-30 hp depending on parts used...(if i'm not mistaken)
    ....i know that sleaving is the best option....but i'm always concerned about price...i dont know if hondaaccord94 is like me or not...
     
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    the h23/h22 is a little move involved than the ls/vtec's of the b-series.

    but in the end, you're still stuck with shitty FRM-coated sleeved that you can't run forged pistons on.
     
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    holy crap thats a lot of money.
    one more question will my motor be reliaBLE because i drive it to work every day?
    oh yeah would i be able to rev it to 8000rpm with that setup?
     
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    1000 to sleeve is a lot? you were going to spend the same ammount on a crank. lol

    everything is only as reliable as you set it up and build it.

    if you get it built by someone good,
    get it tuned by someone good with a management system
    and your valve train can hold it
    and your cams make power there

    there is no reason why this motor won't hold 9500
     
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    pissedoffsol i noticed u know a shitload about cars so i wanna take the chance to ask u a few questions if its alright with u.
    just let me get this cleared up so if i sleeve my block and put some high compression pistons and some rods,and build my head with skunk2 i could rev up to about 9500rpm with a good tune of course?how much whp could i be hoping to see.some of my friends told me if i get my block sleeved its only gonna get weaker i dont know im just asking.how much money in total am i gonna need for that setup?
     
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    i didn't really take the time to add stuff up but i would say AT LEAST $2000. and that would probably include you doing the work yourself (minus the blockwork and pnp or whatever).

    another option to consider that'd be cheaper would be to buy some type-s pistons for $200 off of hmotorsonline. swap those in, get some good headwork done, stage 1 or 2 cams and springs/retainers, etc. if required. i'd say that'd add a little pep to that h22.
     
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    some of my friends told me if i get my block sleeved its only gonna get weaker
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    your friends are dumb asses dont listen to them.....
    sleeves makes the block "bullet proof"
     
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    so u are saying that type s pistons would drop right in there without a problem?
    and i was thinking of getting the whole head skunk2 is that recommended?i know skunk2 is a very good company but i dont know about there valvetrain so does anyone know of there valvetrain.

    u guys think that some type s pistons will give me some more power?
     
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    :werd: what kind of crack are they smokin, why would reinforcing your motor make it weaker!! :lol:

    Skunk2 would definitely provide a good solid valvetrain with the ability to hit some pretty high revs.
     
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