So. Upon further inspection that block I bought is in better shape than I thought. My coworkers and I have come to the conclusion that the kid blew a headgasket, not a ring. Of course a teardown, which will happen tomorrow, should give the final say in that matter. If this is the case I will probably Bore it out a little so each cylinder is even (stock bore currently) Reassemble the block with the pieces I have.... D16z6 Block Tapped oil pan D16z6 Head Eagle Rods Vitara Pistons (I believe they are 8.5:1) Ebay turbo kit (the objective of this car is not to crazy fast just to have a fun "side chick"/resto mod) OEM Honda Head Gasket SI/EX Transmission My question now. The car has an AutoZone oem replacement clutch paired with an ACT 11.9lb flywheel. It was like 100$ because I needed the car put back together ASAP and off the rack in the shop. Will it hold up or do I need to look into getting a racing clutch? What's my best bang-for-buck option here? It's always been my understanding that certain eBay kits are in fact, not the devil, but can be useful as long as you TREAT IT LIKE AN EBAY KIT. http://www.d-series.org/forums/forced-induction/92749-ebay-turbo-write-up.html http://www.d-series.org/forums/product-reviews/165677-godspeed-turbo-kit-review.html I've known a few people that have successfully ran eBay kits and just slowly upgraded components as they went and this will be my first turbo car ever so hopefully I can take what I learn here and apply it to the "big project", the teggy.