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Fuel For A B20 Vtec

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by civicgsr, Mar 4, 2003.

  1. civicgsr

    civicgsr Junior Member

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    hey im putting a 94 gsr head on a 00 b20z. trying to figure out if i have enough fuel. alot of people are having fuel problems at high rpm. so far i have a walboro 255 fuel pump. and a adjustable fuel pressure regulator (was planning on running around 50psi). any tips?
     
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    SkyNex721 Junior Member

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    Why are you putting on the GSR head on it? The b16 would be better
     
  3. lsvtec

    lsvtec GNU/Linux Evangelist

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    The B16 head is not significantly better than the GSR head. The best head is the on that you can get easily for less money.
     
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    SkyNex721 Junior Member

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    how much is the price difference?
     
  5. lsvtec

    lsvtec GNU/Linux Evangelist

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    When I was looking in the Denver area, I got a B16A longblock for $650. The only GSR head for sale in the area was $600 and I would have needed to buy pistons still.
     
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    ekPhred Senior Member

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    hey lsvtec, wussup man, quick question. if you p&p a gsr head, would it be just as good as a type-r head? coz i know that what makes a type-r head is the p&p job that it has coming from the factory and the gears and sprockets. not to mention that it is a 1.8 as well. just wondering... :blink:
     
  7. civicgsr

    civicgsr Junior Member

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    the reason im putting a gsr head on is cuz i had a complete gsr and melted a piston. i got a deal on a b20z for cheap. now im just trying to make sure i have enough fuel, because people are saying that b20 vtec needs more fuel than factory.
     
  8. thetoymaker

    thetoymaker Senior Member

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    YEAH GETTING MORE FUEL WAS THE PROBLEM WITH MY POWER LOSS ON MY CRVTEC.
    AFTER ADDING A FEW THINGS LIKE HALTECH F/M AND NOS FUEL PUMP, 310CC INJECTORS AND TURBO FOR MORE AIR.

    OH IF ONE MORE PERSON CORRECTS MY GRAMMAR, I'M GONNA SCREAM.

    U ALL SHOULD BE ENGLISH TEACHERS.

    YEAH, MORE FUEL, CUSTOM F/A CONTROLLER, MAKE SURE ECU, DISTRIBUTOR, AND HEAD MATCH.

    I RAN INTO $5K WORTH OF PROBLEMS GETTING THE MOST POWER FROM MY CRVTEC SETUP.
    BUT- I DID DECIDE TO GO TURBO.......
     
  9. lsvtec

    lsvtec GNU/Linux Evangelist

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    Maybe, I never really considered being an English teacher. Oh, and please turn the caps off.
     
  10. pissedoffsol

    pissedoffsol RETIRED

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    You had better start screaming then. We aren't 15 on this board. If U wAnT T0 TyP3 likE T41s, go to stupidhonda.com
     
  11. D16z6CrxDx

    D16z6CrxDx Senior Member

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    bro a p&p would make ur gsr a type-r, its still lacking the cam and valvetrain to make it c5, and not to forget the exshaust man. but that external
     
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