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What to get in my Si to do a B20/vtec

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by SiRickB, Jul 18, 2003.

  1. SiRickB

    SiRickB Junior Member

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    I want to turn my 1999 si motor in the CRVTEC motor. But the thing is i dont really know what i need. Can you guys help me out? And give me an estimate of the cost. Thanks a lot.
     
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    Gen2Teg Senior Member

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    B20 block, tap an oil line into it, slap your B16 head onto the B20 block, run the oil line, and drop it back into your car. Same ecu and everything else since its an Si
     
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    JDMilan Senior Member

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    Yes you could slap it together but it isn't recommended. It is wise to build the motor up while it is apart so you don't have to bear the cost of building then rebuilding becuase now you want to take it to a higher rpm.

    If you want 2 liters go with a LS block that is sleeved to 84-84.5-85mm. Pistons, rods, crank girdle, vtec water and oil pump, new thrust washers, rod and main bearings, seals and gaskets.


    I also recommend you go with a larger differential with your S4 tranny.


    Milan
     
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    phunky.buddha Admin with a big stick Admin VIP

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    Resleeving is pretty pointless for an all-motor build. Just put it all back together with ARP fasteners (especially rod bolts) and you're good to go.
     
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