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Zc/D17 stroker

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by D15Beater, Jan 19, 2008.

  1. D15Beater

    D15Beater HNFTuning

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    It is my understanding that all 1.6 cranks are the same and interchangable between blocks. i am also under the impression from what ive gathered that a d17 crank/rod/piston assembly will fit in a d16y7/y8 block with little if no fabrication. I believe the a6 block has to be worked a little for the crank to clear the inside of the block.

    www.thezcr.com - crank

    Heres my thing, the zc is a stout well made engine, I know its not vtec but i have raced b16 eg's and held my own if not took a little, so heres my ?? If the a6 crank will work in a zc block, and a y8 block, and the d17 crank assemblys work in the y8 blocks then will a 1.7 crank/piston/rod unti work in a ZC??? Or a d16a1??I wish i had the resources to try this out, I think a stroked out dohc 1.6 would run great.
     
  2. dtob

    dtob New Member

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    It's not worth the work to get it done.

    I'm sure it's possible but there would be LOTS of R&D to be had and WAY too much work for the hp that you would get out of it. You'd be better off just getting a b16 swap which would be a straight swap and you'd probably get about the same HP gain from.
     
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    dtob New Member

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    Or build a z6.

    The d17 stroker thing is too much work and isn't worth it.
     
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