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Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by ShouLinPanther, Aug 26, 2003.

  1. ShouLinPanther

    ShouLinPanther Senior Member

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    ok ive been on this site alot but i havent posted much, im leaving for the airforce in several monthes but when i get back im looking into building a civic hb eg, i want to put build a gsr turbo for it, ive looked up quite a bit of things but i would like some help from people on here that know there shit on b series engines so zac (blackjdmdeath) has pointed me towards you guys. Ok this is what ive found so far with zac's help, from ks-motorsports.com the maxrev turbo kid comes with the
    MaxRev Stainless Steel Manifold
    MaxRev Stainless Steel 3'' Downpipe (with flexpipe)
    MaxRev Intercooler (20'' x 3'' x 8'') with 2.25'' End-Tanks
    DIY piping kit (2.25'' Stainless Steel Mandrel Bent Bends)
    TiAL 35mm WasteGate
    MaxRev BOV
    Garrett T3/T4OE Turbocharger
    MaxRev Stainless Oil Feed and Rubber Return (Aeroquip line and Fittings)
    Piping couplers, clamps, hardware, etc.

    it also will come with the hondata s200b

    ok this is what i was wanting to know from some of you experts, what compression pistons, what kind of rods, what kind of cams/camgears, what kind of head work will i need to do, valves/ valve train ect. I'm looking for some good advice because as soon as i get back im going to start ordering and building the EG.

    thank you in advance, all advice and information is appreciated
     
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    ShouLinPanther Senior Member

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    no one can help he out at all, i know you guys know your shit when it comes to b series engines, ive read all kinds of threads that you guys have posted, but i want to know what i should get when i start building
     
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    what is your budget for the "extra" parts?
     
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    ShouLinPanther Senior Member

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    ill have quite a bit of money, im looking to get full internals for the motor, pistons, rod, polished crank, get some hear work done all of it i just nee to know what to get because i dont know what compression to run or what type of cams would be best stuff like that
     
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    9:1 compression is nice and safe, run stock GSR cams
     
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    might as well resleeve (golden eagle, there are others that i can't think of right now) and bore (85mm) then, lower compression forged pistons (maybe 9:1, roller waves?), stronger rods (crower maybe), and stock gsr cams or you can find specific turbo grinds (heard webcams makes a good set of FI cams), victor x intake mani, 70mm tb, 3" exhaust, dyno time
     
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    im not going to need sleeve it, and im not boring it over, ive been told to go 9:1 compression so thats what ill most likely do, and rods ive looked at eagle and crower, cam wise a friend of mine that is friends with someone that already built gsr turbo used the ITR intake side cam and the stock gsr exhaust cam, he also progrmas hondata s200b well he is a dealer out of KC, anyway on all of that what about valves, valve springs, what type of other head work should i do
     
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    If your running oem gsr cams then why would you fuck with your head, I dont' care what your boy said from KC, upgrade your bottom while it is apart. Resleeve it..


    Milan
     
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    ShouLinPanther Senior Member

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    ok so i just leave the top end alone and it will be ok
     
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    R.E.Developement Import King of Irvington

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    if u r going to run no more then 7 psi then u r ok. other then that i would resleeve it ;) ;)
     
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    thanx for the advice, i think im going to sleeve it then because i want to get some really good power out of it
     
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    the reason why we say to resleeve it is to cut cost of doing it in the future when you alreayd have the motor apart the first time to replace the pistons and rods.


    go JE/Weisco Pistons 84mm
    Crower rods are great.
    Darton sleeves

    then you have yourself an almost 2 liter built turbo bottom that should handle 20psi.



    Milan
     
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