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d16y8

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by ls/vtechatch91, Apr 20, 2009.

  1. ls/vtechatch91

    ls/vtechatch91 New Member

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    k so im doin a n/a d16y8 in a 90 si hatch.... flame if u want lol... anyways had my blocked honed an found out there was some rust pits in it so they bored it .20 over an there some still there.. so i said do it .40 over...am i gonna be safe? should i use a block guard? im gonna use p29 pistons.. so far i have arp rod bolts, head studs, crower stg 1 cam... h22 tb gonna order a stage 2 clutch an lighten flywheel... its converted too obd1 acl bearings an gonna get a cometic head gasket... so my question is... are my walls to thin?....
     
  2. oyy0

    oyy0 Sleepy...

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    did they do it already? and no its not good anymore. almost half an inch??
    they should know that; the machine shop.
     
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    Honda20000 New Member

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    .040" is not half an inch. .50" is half an inch.
     
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    fourty thousandths of an inch = .040"
    five hundred thousandths of an inch = .50"
    ls/vtechatch91 just didn't type it right.
     
  5. oyy0

    oyy0 Sleepy...

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    i know.
    still.... fourty thou is a lot for this motor.
     
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