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    Re: Turbo Civic - Under new ownership

    I probably will get rid of my b18c block come spring if u want.... I got lindseys old block now.
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    Re: Turbo Civic - Under new ownership

    Quote Originally Posted by exist View Post
    Really how much difference is there between a B16 and a B18c.. Really.. Especially when you throw a turbo on a B16. The B18C block can always be used in the event that the B16 decides it's unhappy with the turbo setup.. right? I don't think that's a terrible plan at the end of the day. Put the Civic back to N/A and sell it when the teg is done is also a good idea.. Maybe..
    the difference on my car when i had a b18 and then punched it to a b20 was absolutely incredible!. i would never in my right mind lower the displacement. the amount of tq difference and the way the car feels out of power band and lower rpms is 100X better. i could murder my stock integra from a dig without reving over 4500rpm lol.

    also leave the headlights stock... dont be like every other asshole in the town that rides around with blinding blue bulbs that makes it harder for the driver to even see.
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    Re: Turbo Civic - Under new ownership

    Quote Originally Posted by spin-z View Post
    this is sooo as backwards... so confused


    also how would you know honda did a shitty job of " porting " by just taking the valve cover off.. u cant see any of the intake exhaust ports with the valve cover off.
    Already covered in a previous post. I know it's not technically "porting" as it has nothing to do with the valve area. I didn't know the technical term used to describe machining the oil ports and clearances in the casting, so i just called it porting.

    I'll let you know about that block Tyler. Was goin to pick up a parts integra when I get home and was considering using that block, but a true b18c would be better. Crank and all or just bare block?
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    Re: Turbo Civic - Under new ownership

    Full block
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    Re: Turbo Civic - Under new ownership

    hmm, I would be interested.

    Depends on price for sure. Wish I didnt just sell that full B18C I had in the spring :p but oh well.
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    Haha shoot me a price.....
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    Re: Turbo Civic - Under new ownership

    sick whip! get the s300 and a retune and it will be a beast. maybe we'll have to line up the soon to be b20vtec ef and this thing sometime lawl

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    Re: Turbo Civic - Under new ownership

    Few small updates

    Picked up a 98 Integra for parts today. Damn cheap, couldnt pass it up. (My brother still has my old 95 integra so its for him as well) but if it stays in tack enough to drive. Possible ice racer in the future if I ever get a job back in tbay.

    Going to use the power steering from it in the civic since the new turbo manifold will have clearance for the pump.

    Also going to put the complete integra steering rack in the civic because it is a faster ratio than the civic.

    Ramhorn manifold and Hondata get here Thursday. Pics to come.

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    Have an integra again :p Upgraded model that includes mass rust!

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    Re: Turbo Civic - Under new ownership

    Quote Originally Posted by Bocherks1 View Post
    I probably will get rid of my b18c block come spring if u want.... I got lindseys old block now.
    Just msg me on fb.
    wtf man???

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    Re: Turbo Civic - Under new ownership

    Were you supposed to buy it tbone? Get that sorted quick cuz I need to see if I'm staying with the B16 or building his B18

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    Got my manifold and Hondata today <3

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    Pulled almost all the power steering off the integra.

    Actually got it running (which I didn't know if it did.) Alternator is seized. Going to get it running good and strip it down this week.

    I get the word in a month if I am moving to Montreal from Jan-April or not. If I don't, I'm going to weld in a cage and ice race it this year.

    That's all for now,
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    Re: Turbo Civic - Under new ownership

    nobody enjoys having their rhubarb cut

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    ^ unless its being made into a delicious pie of course
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    Re: Turbo Civic - Under new ownership

    that manifold looks sick! where do you plan on getting a tune?

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    Re: Turbo Civic - Under new ownership

    Full blown is the only option

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    Full blown seems to be the place to go.

    They also clean RC injectors there, so ill get that done to confirm they are good before the tune as well.
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