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DA with B20vtec

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by FiftyFive, Aug 15, 2008.

  1. FiftyFive

    FiftyFive New Member

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    I am looking into purchasing a car. The car has a B20b/b16 motor. I was wondering what you guys thought of this setup. Done right?

    BLOCK
    B20B block 84mm
    RS machine 84mm pistons (11.5:1)
    stock PR4 rods (resized) with ARP rod bolts
    Stock sleeves
    PR4 crank (micropolished)
    Top line bearings
    oem head gasket
    ITR oil pump
    ITR water pump
    passwordjdm magnetic drain plug
    oem oil filter
    all new OEM gaskets

    HEAD
    PR3 B16 head (resurfaced)
    new valve seals
    3 angle valve job
    intake & exhaust ports have been cleaned up
    Rocket motorsports valve springs and Ti retainers
    Skunk2 pro series Pro1+ cams

    BOLT-ONS
    AEBS intake manifold
    obd1 gsr throttle body 65mm bored out by maxbore.com
    DC intake arm with blox velocity stack with blox filter
    hondata intake manifold gasket
    Hy-tech replica race header
    k-teller 2.5" SS piping, no cat or resonators
    2.5' SS magnaflow oval muffler
    STR fuel rail with braided fuel line feed
    B&M fuel regualtor and guage on top of rail
    Walbro 255 fuel pump
    full-race ls/vtec oil line kit
    Allstar breather catch can
    new oem ITR ignition wires
    NGK plugs
    new oem cap and rotor
    STR cam gears
    King motorsports extended intake & exhuast studs
    Fluidyne radiator
    Samco hoses (red)
    slim line fan
    Mugen fan switch
    Mugen thermostat
    new oem fuel filter
    Innovative race billet mounts
    new oem clutch line
    new oem speedometer cable
    new oem ITR valve cover with ITR crome oil cap
    Odyssey PC680 battery with odyssey battery box holder

    Thanks for the advice guys. It means a lot.
     
  2. INJEN78

    INJEN78 HS LEGEND

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    sounds like a well built motor,the only thing im unsure of is the bearings,
    but things you should ask the seller,who built the motor,who di the machine work,ask him if he has receipts,
    how much are you trying to spend on this car and hows the body?
     
  3. FiftyFive

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    The body is mint, fresh paint including jambs. Spoon wheels, very extensive suspension setup. hes asking 5500, its a 90. Very jdm.
     
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    INJEN78 HS LEGEND

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    sounds like a nice car,,but it is a DA cars damn near 20 years old
    to me i would buy it if i wanted it,but other people will say thats too much
     
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    very nice,id buy it if i was you
     
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    injen, change Good to Reliable in your sig. Makes more sense.:cool:
     
  8. B16RacerN2NR

    B16RacerN2NR Working Hard VIP

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    No one in their right mind would say $5,500 is too much for a well built car like this one. Even if the car is 18 years old. Hell, i'd wonder why he's selling it so cheap...

    Clean. If you like it, swoop it up. I don't like my cars pretty much finished so I wouldn't buy it for myself.

    It makes more sense that way because that's how the saying actually goes lol...
     
  9. INJEN78

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    :D:Di made that statement before i saw the car
     
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    I honestly dont have time to build another car. I've had a lot of hondas and just got rid of an Evo. DAs were always my favorite. Might have to go get this. I thought the price was amazing too. The suspension wheels and motor is well over 5500. I just wanted to know what you guys thought about the build. Im not too familiar with b20vtecs.
     
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    FLounder power hungry VIP

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    id buy it if i was you!.... wish i could have found a DA with a clean ass b20vtec swap like that. i settled for a DC2 b20vtec that was a not quite as close to a finished project. but its clean and it was cheaper :D
     
  12. scottp11

    scottp11 The Seniorest Member....

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    Yeah, I just got a DA, and I wish it was as hooked up as that one...
     
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