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Old 27 Dec 2007, 10:57 pm
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Default B18B1 rebuild/hop-up

I am a loyal Honda fan, owned several. I purchased my one owner 94' LS 4dr Integra in March of 07', and want to put some more torque in my B18B1 when I go through it. The engine has 180,000mi. on it , and it is time for some refresh. I want to stay off of the spray, and have no forced induction. Has to go fast around corners. Got the grip handled. I was thinking pistons, and rods, maybe some head work, but not sure about fuel injectors, and ECU. Have already converted the car from automatic to standard, and still have the auto ECU operating the car. Seems to work fine.

I know I could do a JDM GSR swap, but, that ain't happening. Finances will not permit that.

Any help, or advice will be appreciated.
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