When a buddy of mine and I start thinking about doing a project car we thought of performance: Honda B Series Cars 240SX to Silvia Conversion Both are 'fairly' cheap to get great performance from, but then we thought about style, something you wouldn't see much of in the midwest. A silvia would turn heads, but a lot of the conversion costs as much as most B series motors, plus purchasing the motor, then hoping to find a great ECU. So, B-Series looks great so far! Now, I already drive a civic, why would I want to build another civic? Nah.. Accords look nice, but I've never really heard much about twin cam accords, and I've seen a few nice ones here in Des Moines. Del Sol... convertible, 1 model already includes a B-Series motor, oh and did I mention convertible? So now I ask: B16A1(stock) -Stroker kit for 1.8, 1.9, 2.0, 2.12 ? Or none at all? Why the B16? B is bulletproof, Type R cams are great esp with a turbo! I am more than sure that a turbo kit would accept the stroker kit well, if anyone thinks larger displacement might throw this whole shin-dig off, it might have to be scrapped. I want to have good compression with a turbo kit, because I plan for this car to take to the streets, I want good 1-3000 power to cruise, but I want the turbo to kick some ass for the 4800-8000 (modified)VTEC range. I plan to get reinforced mounts, tranny work, cooling, safety seats, ECU, etc. But if I don't use the stroker kit, would a CTR/ITR cams be great with a turbo as long as the piston assembly is rebuilt to withstand the power? If it all sounds good together say so! I've been checking the background on all of this and what to see what I'll be purchasing. Thanks!