Alright, I have a pretty well built head from my B16A2, as well as high compression forged pistons for the same. The block is to the point of having to be sleeved, so I don't want to deal with it anymore. I'm trying to find another stock bore block to build this in. I would prefer a GSR block/crank, but I am having a VERY hard time finding them. However, LS blocks and cranks seem to be a dime a dozen. So I got to thinking, IF I can find a good GSR block, and a good LS crank, and I get a set of forged rods for an LS, and put all that together with my B16A2 head, I'd have the killer head, a strong ass block, and the longer crank stroke, which would yield more displacement and power. My question is, has anyone here actually DONE this? If so, did you run into any problems? Is there any additional machining needs to be done? Any clearance issues with the pistons and head or block and crank? I think that we're going to block off the piston oil squirters, so that won't be an issue if they won't clear with that crank anyways. Can I keep the girdle in the bottom end? I don't mean to sound rude, but I don't want to know what your cousin's neighbor's girlfriend's nephew heard about this build. I need to hear from people with PERSONAL EXPERIENCE on this, and I need to know QUICK. This motor has to be IN the car in less than 2 weeks! So, any help you could give me would be GREAT. Thanks.