B20 Vtec, B16B, B16, or GSR?

Discussion in 'Engine Tech / Drivetrain' started by slobodan48, Oct 21, 2011.



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  1. slobodan48

    slobodan48 New Member

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    Hey guys my first post here. Im looking to buy a 95 Civic. What engine would you prefer and why? Is the B20 Vtec better then B16 or a GSR? I saw a nice Civic for 3800 with a JDM B16B(2000) with LSD Transmission. The engine has under 110KM and guy guy has all paper work. Swaped by a professional garage. What do you guys think? :???:
     
  2. JohnS.

    JohnS. BANGARANG Registered VIP Registered OG 5+ Year Member 10+ Year Member

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    Depends on your budget really. I'm sorry but I think B16B's are a waste of money. Spend less and get a B18C. B20VTEC's are great motors if you can build them to be reliable and take a beating. You can make an LSVTEC too. I think H2B's are underestimated.
     
  3. slobodan48

    slobodan48 New Member

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    The car comes with a B16B engine. For 3500$ sound like a good deal. Cars also in really nice condition.
     


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