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Sohc Zc with Vtec head

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by SohcZcCrx, Mar 3, 2007.

  1. SohcZcCrx

    SohcZcCrx 1989 Crx Si Sohc Zc

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    Currently I have a Sohc Zc (The non-vtec version.) Yes, there is a vtec version available, look it up.

    The problem I have is that I think I messed up my valves a bit doing the timing WRONG and now they are clicking. So, I am looking into which VTEC head to put on my car. I have a few choices. The D15 vtec head or a D16 vtec head, but which is better, which is easier, and which is cheaper. That, I have no idea about.

    If you don't know anything about this type of thing, please don't say anything useless.

    I'm only concerned about a few things.

    - I don't know how to do the wiring for the Vtec.
    - I want to use a smaller head gasket for a little more compression, but I'm not sure which type to buy.
    - If I do lower the head a little tiny bit closer, are my pistons (Which I know nothing about the pistons in that particular motor.) going to be contacting the valves of a Vtec head?

    Keep in mind, the Sohc Zc is almost identical to the D16.

    I'm not sure of the differences between a sohc zc non-vtec and a d16a6 that is normally in an 89 crx si.

    Any help at all on this topic, as soon as humanly possible would be great. I need to do this quick so I can start driving again.

    Here's what's done on the car now so you can all get to know the new guy.

    It's pretty comprehensive.

    1989 CRX Si

    SOHC ZC
    Si tranny
    XTD Stage 3 clutch
    XTD 8 lb. flywheel
    3A Racing Short shifter
    Greddy Shift knob
    Ractive Header
    High-flow cat
    Bosal 2.5” Cat-back exhaust
    AEM Cold air intake
    K&N Air filter
    AEM Underdrive pulley
    Unorthodox Ultra R Crank pulley
    Prelude brake master cylinder
    Integra Rear disc-brake conversion
    Brembo Slotted/Drilled front rotors
    Stainless steel braided brake lines
    Front/Rear strut bars
    Suspension Techniques lowering springs
    Tokico gas shocks
    Suspension Techniques Front/Rear sway bars
    Neuspeed rear lower tie bar
    Front lower tie bar
    17”x7” aluminum alloy rims
    Wanli S1088 205/40ZR/17 tires
    Grant GT steering wheel
    Shift light 7k RPM’s
    Projector headlights
    Clear corner lights
    Clear bumper lights
    170w headlight bulbs
    LED corner/turn signal bulbs
    Optima Red Top battery (Behind passenger seat)
    55 watt Fog lights
    Weight reduction
     
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