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Old 08 Aug 2013, 07:20 am
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Default Will a JDM B18C Head Gasket fit onto a USDM B18C1 Block?

I really do not like using yahoo answers because I always get negative responses saying you cant do this and you cant do that and I always (ALWAYS!) find a forum stating the answer of the question I asked here at yahoo answers when I was given a totally different response















so please people if you know the answer feel free to fill me in but if you do not know what your talking about I beg you please do not bother















I am trying to build my car little by little and I try to find as many answers as I can to finalize what it is that I want to do.































with that being said































I blew my block (time for a rebuild ;] )















in the meantime I need a car to get back and forth from work















I am riding my bike as of now(2012 Honda Ruckus)































with winter coming I need to raise my suspension but more importantly find a block for my motor































I took my old block out and put it to the side for now as I save money for the build































I know that a JDM B18C head will fit on a USDM B18C1 Block (obviously)































I do not have both blocks in my face and I haven't been able to research properly































I don't want to blow $130 bucks on a gasket just for it to be the wrong one































Will a JDM B18C Head Gasket fit onto a USDM B18C1 Block































best answer will be a straight forward answer stating "yes" or "no"















with a quick description why or why not it will fit































I helped a bunch of my friends build Frankenstein D motors















this is my first b series































Thank you people of Yahoo I appreciate your opinions
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Old 08 Aug 2013, 07:34 am
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It should be able to because they're both about the same kind of Engine.Unless you're comparing a JDM B18C used for the DC2 Integra Type R,those ones are a little different in terms of performance but should probably still use the same Gasket.































I would suppose the JDM B18C you're talking about is a found in the Honda Integra SiR/SiR-II and NOT the Type R.
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