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Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by delslow-as-shyt, Sep 14, 2003.

  1. delslow-as-shyt

    delslow-as-shyt Junior Member

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    i havent figured it out yet
    if an 1.8L engine is bored over .60, does it mean that the literage is now 2.4?
     
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    JDMilan Senior Member

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    nope....

    stock bore on a 1.8 B series is 81mm now if you go to 84mm it will roughly be a 2.0


    got it...
     
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    delslow-as-shyt Junior Member

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    i havent figured it out yet
    how much is the displacment then if it is .60 over?
     
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    JDMilan Senior Member

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    1860cc's or a 1.86 liter...
     
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    delslow-as-shyt Junior Member

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    Thanks bro, so if it was bored over 1.60 it would be 1.96L?
     
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    How much of a cylinder wall you want to leave there... none???
    Unless you have a fully sleeved block...
     
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    not true.

    "60 over" is american talk. it sands for .060 of a inch. you need to convert that to milimeters liek the rest of us use here in honda world :)

    0.060 inch [in] equivalent to: 1.52400 millimetre [mm]

    so, you are 81.00 stock

    you are now 82.5mm... a size i have NEVER heard of being used on hondas. usually, its
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    83
    84
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    85
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    JDMilan Senior Member

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    isn't it recommend not to just overbore that much on our blocks...

    sorry for the mix up :ph34r:
     
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