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d15z? v-tech or not? what build up with?

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by team love, Jul 26, 2006.

  1. team love

    team love red vx (lookout)

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    i have a 93 civic hb vx its a wussy 1.5 that s got 215000 on her cheap swap ideas something i can take from a car and just drop her in wiring no prob 4 me if you know of a good engine to build up to 250hp let me know i need to know the general info of engine dont know b16a or terms like that just tell me what car its in and what size motor single or duel overheadcams etc etc model of car more helpfull for parts dealers in shit ass maine help a newbee out any body have any thinbg for my engine?:(
     
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    team love red vx (lookout)

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    honda .com says its a vetech but it dont say vetech
     
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    TurboMirage YEEAAAHHH VIP

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    why dont you do some fucking research.

    you wont find shit in maine, though. ive been there. lots of times.

    drop in a b18c1.
     
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    MXDesa Senior Member

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    Brother please, spell in correct english. Use a comma or two, jesus christ that hurt to read :bash:
     
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    botchalism New Member

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    Ok, so I just joined this site and I'm having some troubles navigating around. I'm looking to ask some questions on my recent d15 to a d15 vtec swap, and how exactly the vtec is wired up. Please help.
     
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