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Old 16 Aug 2009, 07:31 pm
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Default How good would a b16 bottom with a b 20 head be in hp and torque?

the title it my 1st questionbut how much harder would it be to change a b16 to a 97 integra b18 i think they have?O yea um maby i shudda mentioned i was useing a 95civic mi bad
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Old 16 Aug 2009, 07:46 pm
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1. You cant do that... Usually everyone does it the other way around. They use a B20 block and a B16 head to create a B20-Vtec. 2. Are you talking about a B16 block? Complete B16 engine swap? If swapping a B16 block, it requires a lot of work and a lot of misc. parts, which IMO would not be worth it, at all. If swapping a B16 engine, in an Integra it should be pretty straight forward of unbolting mounts and unplugging wires. Then simply put the mounts back on and plugging all the wires to the appropriate places. Also, depending on which Intergra you have, you must wire up VTEC and use a different ECU.
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