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as far as being slow i beat the civic si with the b16 in it
and i have even beaten a couple integra gsr
and just barely lost to a type r by less then a car length
Originally posted by red95solsi@Jan 21 2003, 12:06 PM
i deliver pizzas for a job so i would have to have it be reliable and as far as being slow i beat the civic si with the b16 in it with mine and i have even beaten a couple integra gsr and just barely lost to a type r by less then a car length and if anyone is stupid enough to start the car and immediately take it to redline then they deserve to blow up the enigne doesnt really matter cold or warm outside what i am asking is if i got it put in and took care of the swap could it be as reliable as my d16z6 is right now or would i be better off just waiting until i can afford a sol that already has the b16 engine in it and selling the one i have now and if i took it to a shop to get it done how long would it take you guys said anything from a weekend to a couple months i need a straight answer cause i cant afford to be without it for a more then a week since i deliver pizza
Originally posted by B16@Jan 21 2003, 05:30 PM
that has to be the longest run on sentence in the world
Originally posted by 92b16vx@Jan 22 2003, 01:18 AM
I don't even see how it could be a question about the reliability.Honda put the B16 in delsols.Pissedoffsol has said that he has gone through three d16z6 tranny's,so that tells me,if you start piling 2000-3000 dollars worth of hp into it you will run into troubles.Christ man,the b16a sir,b16a siRII,b16a3,and b16a2 are factory honda engines so that tells you right there they are reliable.
Originally posted by rixXxceboy@Jan 21 2003, 06:05 PM
if you are worried about reliability, i would have a professional swap shop do it. find one that warranties their engines and swaps. i know of one here that warranties the engine for 10 mo.s/ 10,000 miles...and has a lifetime warranty on labor...though that is probably rare. you will of course spend more, but if something breaks, you dont have to spend countless hours/days figuring it out and trying to fix it yourself.