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My B20/VTEC Engine buildup

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by strepto, Aug 27, 2004.

  1. strepto

    strepto Junior Member

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    Hi!

    I have a B20B block from Sweeden heading my way soon. I already have an Integra Type R head I will use for the B20VTEC project, but with some other internals.

    This is what I've got lined up for the block. Please keep in mind that this is a NA block.

    ITR oilpump
    ITR waterpump
    ITR Timing Belt w. tensioner
    GE Oilfeeder Sandwich
    GE VTEC Oilfeeding LSV kit
    GE VTEC Dowelpins

    Rocket Motorsports DART 85mm sleeves
    CP 12.4:1 Forged Pistons
    Eagle Rods
    SCAT crankshaft
    ACL Bearing Kit

    Rocket Motorsports M22 Camshafts
    Rocket Motorsports Valvetrain
    RC 440cc injectors
    JDM P30 to go with S200D
    PLX300 wbo

    Already have the drivetrain parts, Quaife LSD, ATS 4.9fd, new bearings, syncros etc.
     
  2. K2e2vin

    K2e2vin Senior Member

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    the golden eagle LS-VTEC already comes with sandwich adapter and dowel pins(pretty much has everything you need)
     
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    ITR crank instead of scat, oem cranks are strong. If you are spending all this money you may want to think about clearancing whatever crank you get and coughing up the extra bucks to get Honda bearings, but acl are usually pretty close. But that does sound like a pretty nice build. I think you can sleeve a b20 up to 87mm?
     
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    You can, but you'll have head gaskets that only last you a few hundred miles, and you'll have almost no cylinder wall between your pistons. 86mm is the highest I would go on a street build, and that's even pushing it.
     
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