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ls/vtec for 92 teg

Discussion in 'Integra' started by jdmloc, Jul 20, 2007.

  1. jdmloc

    jdmloc New Member

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    i am planning on doing lsvtec for my 92 integ
    i will be using my original b18 a block
    or i might just get a b18b i dont know yet
    and a b16 head


    i will be getting the following parts
    arp rodbolts
    arp head studs
    acl bearings
    new oversized itr pistons
    b series valve seals
    itr water pump
    itr timing belt
    gsr oil pump
    magnetic oil drain plug
    new spark plugs
    and an adjustable fuel pressure regulator
    new header and exhaust
    new intake manifold
    p28 ecu and seriously tuned
    shotpeened ls rods
    i am going to balance entire rotatign assembly
    goldean eagle lsvtec conversion kit
    bore the cylinders to a bigger size depends on how oversized i can get the pistons

    is there anything i can add or should correct????
    thanks guys????????????
     
  2. b16GSR

    b16GSR B Series Guru

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    Cams?

    since you're gonna be building your motor hardcore i would suggest switching to a more aggressive cam profile...maybe a skunk2 stage 2 cam...might wanna consider some head work if you plan to go all motor
     
  3. jdmloc

    jdmloc New Member

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    ya thanks man
    i was also gonna do new cam gears too
     
  4. myah

    myah Neu Impact Performance

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    shit u might as well do a valve train too like a type r it will help if your gonna build your motor you might as well doit right unless your gonna go with skunk 2 but the type r should suit you well u need the dual valve springs with the more agressive cams
     
  5. brian11to1

    brian11to1 Senior Member

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    Wow.

    The ITR/GSR oil pumps are the same pump. The ITR/GSR water pump and timing belts are the same as well. Just so you know.

    RS Machines makes cast aluminum "ITR" pistons for $149.99 and they'll go up to 84mm, maybe 84.5.

    Welcome to RS Machines.com
    Honda-Tech.com: Performance: RS Machines Race Spec Cast Pistons 81mm-85mm Starting at $149.95

    Read up.

    As far as valve train, stock ITR would suffice for you. I would run ITR cams, springs, retainers and if you felt like it get the valves too.
     
  6. jdmloc

    jdmloc New Member

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    ok thanks man
    i went to the site
    so what would be the rights pistons to get for the highet compression on a 84 mm bore
    and the piston rings tha come with it
    would they be alright for shotpeened rods?
     
  7. brian11to1

    brian11to1 Senior Member

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    i dunno, hit up rs machine. im pretty sure their contact info is listed in that thread. otherwise, pm the creator of the thread and ask them.
    they come with rings and wrist pins
    they're perfect for stock rods
     
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