Discussion in 'Accord' started by mjozeph2010, Nov 17, 2010.
Is it possible to build a F23A1 engine. And if so. Were can I buy performance parts thanks
What exactly are you looking for in terms of parts?
well im looking at doing a G23 build an putting a turbo on it so i know im going to have to run lower compression and all but im not sure where i can get pistons and rods that will fit a F23A1 motor . and i know the k20 pistons are higher compression so i want to stay away from them , dose anybody know of anybody that make forged internals for a F23a1 block?
G23 build f23a1 block with a h22 head
alright i have been looking around and i have found this so far i know the eagle rods wont work because there for a k20 but i did find these rods PLEASE let me know if this combo will go together k20 pistons with the f23 crower rods
pistons --> Arias Pistons
Acura/Honda K20A, K20C 2.0L DOHC VTEC 02-04 RSX
Stock Bore: 3.386, 86mm Stroke: 3.386 Rod Length: 5.472 Head cc: 50.5 Gasket: .025 Deck: .005
Eagle Rods Set:
Bore Comp. Dome Compression RatioComp. Gram Piston Set Single Cyl in/mm Height CC w/ Stock Head Wt. (Pins, Rings and Lox) Replacement Ring Set Dish top | Turbo/Nitrous 3.386 / 86.00 1.180 -6.5 9 328
3.406 / 86.50 1.180 -6.5 9.1 331
Dome top | All motor/Nitrous 3.386 / 86.00 1.180 8 11.5 332
3.406 / 86.50 1.180 8 11.5 335
well if you decide to run all f23a1 there is a company bisimoto that will remake your cam to what you want, great quality. so then you can keep your stock low compression without having to screw with anything, and recoment garet turbo, i think i spelled it wrong, i know a lot of people runnging them in their hondas and they run amazing without problems with the turbos., and if you put the h series head on, why not the whole motor so you dont have to frankenstein it, i run a jdm h22a and i mean the thing is nice and solid
Hey guys i have the f23a1 too not really wanting to turbo but i'd like to build a little more compression but i cant find any parts for it any help would very much be appreciated
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