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Using pr3 pistons and rods in a ls crx??

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by auditt225, Sep 12, 2007.

  1. auditt225

    auditt225 New Member

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    So Im rebuilding an ls motor in my crx. I went ahead and bought pr3 pistons and rods to put in the block. Will it fit Or will it hit the valves? Im new to this honda stuff. Thanks
     
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    1988hondacrxsiR1 Banned

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    why would you use it low compression pistons. b16 pr3 are low are u trying to go with turbo in the future in ls for ls vtec;)
     
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    Actually the pr3 pistons raise the compression to 11:1 in a ls motor. Im doing all motor not turbo
     
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    1988hondacrxsiR1 Banned

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    Then why are you asking if it will fit you just stated it will raise compression you new this the whole time. PR3 belongs in jdm b16a siR. What is your setup for ALL MOTOR. MAybe i can help?;)
     
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    should have gone with p30s.. it'd raise it to 11.3
     
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    p30 damn go for it and expect power like boost;)
     
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    right now im having trouble removing the pins from the pistons. Any recs? Of do I need to take it to a machine shop?
     
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    READ THE MANUAL STEP BY STEP THEY GO INTO DETAIL WITH IT. I WILL NOT BE HELD LIABLE FOR MY SHORTCUTS. SORRY:mellow:
     
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    Take it to a shop. The pins need to be pressed out and use a special tool(although you can get away with using sockets).

    The pistons should work as long as the cams aren't too aggressive. Even then, you can just clay it to make sure.
     
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    i dunno machine shop take it to a reliable shop with ase certification;)
     
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