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ls/vtec

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by 90DA, Mar 30, 2008.

  1. 90DA

    90DA New Member

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    i have a auto 1990 ls with a 95 engine in it. i would like to know if it is possible to make it into ls/vtec? and if i can, what head can i use a b16 or b17 head?
     
  2. wadocrx

    wadocrx honda builder by nature

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    x2 that's what the search engines are for or even google. Use a B16 or B18C head. The B18C will yeild you slightly higher compression which is good if runnign all motor. Swap in a set of B16 pistons to get nearly 12.1:1 compression with a GSR head. You'll need some Eagle conversion dowel pins and a oil line setup, all which can be found on ebay. And a vtec ecu! And a comparable distributor depending on the year of your vehicle.
     
  3. ls/vtechatch91

    ls/vtechatch91 New Member

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    you can also use ur ls distributor... just cut the bottom ear off... thats what i did until i got one... an auto ls/vtec... hmmmm
     
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