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i need some advice for ls/vtec conversion...

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by ls-vtec_teg, Sep 9, 2006.

  1. ls-vtec_teg

    ls-vtec_teg An Original

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    i have a b16a first gen head with a b18a block...okay obviously i need new pistons and piston rings instead of my ls ones and i am planning on getting pr3 first gen pistons and was just wondering if i need to do any machining or anything? advice please...
     
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    Have the block machined to spec for the pistons you're going to use.
     
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    ls-vtec_teg An Original

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    do i really need new pistons though i mean will my ls ones work for now?
     
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    P30 pistons for all motor lsvtec IMO
     
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    formby learning in progress

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    you can get a set of p30s for under 200 bucks...what more do you want
     
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    formby learning in progress

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    with rings? and install? around here you can get pr3s for around $140 with rings and not alot to press on rods. all under $200.. but you do make a point
     
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    tis true, the pistons come without rings....wasnt really thinking. i happen to have access to the oven thing to get my pistons and rods together....i do have kinda a unique situation.
     
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