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ZC DOHC HEAD ON Z6 BLOCK?

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by 88rex, Jul 10, 2005.

  1. 88rex

    88rex Member

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    OK I HAVE A ZC BOTTOM END THAT IS BURNING OIL BAD BUT HAVE A MINT Z6 BOTTOM END WILL THE ZC DOHC HEAD BOLT ON THE Z6 BLOCK AND WORK?
     
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    92civicb18b1 The Trisexual

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    short and simple....no
     
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    It can be done. Is it worth it on that setup no. But it only requires two holes to be opend up slightly, one alignment pin and one of the head stud holes has to be opend up. Any machiene shop can do this for about 30 bucks or even you could with a drill press if your careful. You will have to add a oil jet.

    The reason its worthless is because of the large combustion chamber of the zc, your compression will drop to about 7.7 to 1. Thats a little low even for boost. Now if you put pm7 pistons in there from your zc yull be lookin at about 10.5 to one with the zc head


    Sean
     
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    92civicb18b1 The Trisexual

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    i dont know too much about the D series, but I don't think thats a correct procedure...I could be completely wrong.
     
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    That is the correct procedure, but almost nobody does it. Just buy the entire ZC.
     
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    92civicb18b1 The Trisexual

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    exactly...sounds like a complete waste of time and money.
     
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    yeah, but the reverse is true also. z6 head on zc block = 12.0 to 1 compression with the z6 head gasket. a little more worth the effort imo
     
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    I'd rather swap the ZC pistons into the Z6 than try to move the head over.
     
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    you also have to add a timingbelt tensioner and run b series belt with dseries cam gears i seen it done and the car is slow.
     
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