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Fuel And Cooling, B16 Crx

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by heterosapian, Feb 19, 2003.

  1. heterosapian

    heterosapian Senior Member

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    Should I be worried about replacing/supplementing the fuel pump and radiator on my 89hf when the b goes in? I'm assuming i'll need both because i'm quite the lead foot now (i know, i know, its an hf, maybe thats why i stomp it constantly ;) ) and that might cause problems with the mighty b and the puny pump and radiator in there now.

    if yes, then any part suggestions would really help. TIA
     
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    tegar91 Junior Member

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    just purchased a 90 HF and a some what built B16a (ITR manifold, CTR pistions, STR fuel rail, GSR cams, AEm cam gears, etc. ) what do i need to swap SMOOTHLY? please help
     
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    cbrnascar0329 Banned

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    :gives: start your own thread and stop ripping on this one
     
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    MaaseyRacer Senior Member

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    i have not heard of people having problems with the fuel pump or radiators on swaped b16 in CRXs... I have swapped a few b16s in 90-91 civic hatchbacks and they are all still running stock radiators and fuel pumps. All those motors are running ctr pistons and cams, with skunk2 valve train.
     
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    nice one, thanks. I think i'm gunna go ahead and add a zex inline since i'll be running a jrsc later anyway. I'm fabbing up a water injection system (complements of those crazy dsm guys over at vfaq.com) so hopefully under boost the stock radiator will sufice.
    thanks again
    peace
     
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    pissedoffsol RETIRED

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    if you are going to a jackson, consider a 255lb/h intank, not inline.
     
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