Ok so I sold my ED and ended up with a del slow but none of that matters, what matters is it is called a del slow for a reason, I loved my ED with a B20B from a CRV and it had a bunch of bolt on stuff and some juice just cause. well i want to do another B series swap since it is the most economic for me at this point in time. I want to do a LS/VTEC but it would be obvious what i did so i changed my mind... If i get a stock GSR block and use LS crank and connecting rods in it will there be any clearance issues with the oil squirters or anything else? and the LS crank is a direct bolt in correct? i mean it should be since you can use the GSR girdle on the LS... and the pans are interchangeable (well GSR pan needed to clear girdle, but you get the idea). Im sure a couple of you follow what im wanting to do here. I dont see any foreseeable issues with my idea and i think it to be a good way to go since the LS has a longer stroke and longer rods than the GSR but i get the added benifit of the piston oil squirters and it being a stock VTEC block. basically it will just get new guts and it makes it a stroker of sorts (since it is) but externally it can look like a basic GSR. This works right? i mean im sure someone has done it before if not many people.