n/a b16a1 build

Discussion in 'EFI Tuning' started by oandy1010, Nov 4, 2011.



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  1. oandy1010

    oandy1010 New Member

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    Hey guys, iam making this thread cause I am tired of looking through forums to see how I can get the most HP from my b16 and only seeing "get a b18" or get cams.. iam looking for a shopping list, dyno charts, how to's .. iam predetermined to go with itb's, and keep my b16
     
  2. oandy1010

    oandy1010 New Member

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    This is a daily driver, but I go to the mountains every weekend, like some initial d s**t =) and I auto cross
     
  3. speedygonzales

    speedygonzales Royal Member ~ RonJ Registered VIP 5+ Year Member

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    itb's are going to be expensive! start out with I/H/E, either stage 1 or 2 cams, upgrade the valves, valve spring and retainers, upgraded fuel system (slightly larger injectors and fuel pump), high compression pistons and a good tune. also for inproved throttle response a lighter flywheel, you could also upgrade to a stage 1 or 2 clutch
     
  4. oandy1010

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    That's what iam lookin for! Question, do I have to pull the motor to do pistons? And who is in your opinion the best brand for cams? And thanks for actually giving me an answer
     
  5. speedygonzales

    speedygonzales Royal Member ~ RonJ Registered VIP 5+ Year Member

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    I don't think you have to but it might make it slightly easier but the difficulty of pulling the engine out offsets that lol. I've heard really good things about skunk2 cams also crower has some good cams :what: just shop around and read reviews
     
  6. Blood_Shot

    Blood_Shot Banned Registered VIP

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    just go LSV and use the b16 pistons and b16 trans

    youll have more torque and more fun for less money, not to mention the better drivability with stock b16 cams
     
  7. obracer12

    obracer12 New Member Registered VIP 5+ Year Member

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    the easiest power is nitrous...

    but going all motor, your friends are displacement and compression..

    So if you wanted a shopping list, here you go:
    Stroker kit:

    BC0019LW BC5018LW BC6018 BC7018 BC4020 B16A (1.92L) - Includes 4340 forged LW crank, 84.5mm stroke, H-beam Sportsman rods (5.290 c-to-c), custom pistons (choice of bore/compression), and ACL Race bearings.

    Pistons:
    JE185921 84.0 3.0 77.4 134.4 30 11.25:1 7 286 N,U JG1004-3307


    cams:

    Normally Aspirated Specification
    Intended for fully built engine. Extensive modifications, high compression pistons and tuning recommended. Requires kit BC0010 or BC0010S. BC0013 310°/308°
    256°/256°
    256°/256° 260°/254°
    220°/220°
    220°/220° .496"/.496"
    .443"/.443"
    .428"/.428" 12.60/12.60
    11.25/11.25
    10.88/10.88

    BC0010
    or
    BC0010S

    OR

    TODA V-tec Killer cams...

    Valve train:
    BC0010 BC1010 BC2010 Dual spring, titanium retainer - race
    BC2940 7° Billet Keepers / Locks for 5.5mm Honda / Acura applications
    BC3014 34.0mm Intake (+1mm head diameter)
    BC3015 29.0mm Exhaust (+1mm head diameter)

    Misc:
    AR8600 HEAD STUD KIT - ARP (Honda B16A) 208-4601
    Cometic Head Gasket
    Intake/exhaust porting
    Buddy Club spec header
    ECU w/Crome
    injectors/fuel pump
     
  8. Blood_Shot

    Blood_Shot Banned Registered VIP

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    or we can waste 8k and hope for 250whp
     
  9. obracer12

    obracer12 New Member Registered VIP 5+ Year Member

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    Hey he asked for an all motor build shopping list... and all motor B's are not cheap.. all of this coupled with ITB's as the OP wanted.
     
  10. Blood_Shot

    Blood_Shot Banned Registered VIP

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    exactly, thats why I said what I said
     
  11. 95eggsr

    95eggsr quad box

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    stage 3 jun head package
    b18b1 bottom end
    rods
    pistons
    bearings/bolts/headstuds
    itb's
    bisimoto header

    deffinatly wont be cheap but it will haul ass
     


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