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    Re: b16b stroked to 1.8

    ive just bought factory rings, havnt bought bearings yet, what do u recommend??

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    Re: b16b stroked to 1.8

    might be buying b18cr pistons too

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    Re: b16b stroked to 1.8

    Nice, oem rings are great! Oem bearings are the way to go, don't order till you have the block and crank apart so you can spec or measure them precisely .

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    Okay sweet mate. B16b pistons?? Are they unsuitable for what I'm doing?

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    Re: b16b stroked to 1.8

    they are suitable but you need to run less timing, and some say they make less power than the B16A/ITR pistons in the end of the day.

    its hard to find actual determinable evidence on the same motor with both sets of pistons
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    ooh yeah, i read it differently.... sorry, im asian with 4 eyes... shouldve read better....

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    Re: b16b stroked to 1.8

    I'd say a 'built' motor is one you've used aftermarket parts, or parts from a different engine to put together. If it's just a stock motor using stock parts then I'd call it "assembled" as you haven't really built anything, just put it together as per factory guidelines.

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    Re: b16b stroked to 1.8

    built - verb
    1. simple past tense and past participle of build.

    build - verb (used with object)
    1. to construct (especially something complex) by assembling and joining parts or materials: i.e to build a house.


    i have a built motor is, different to the motor that i built.
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    ooh yeah, i read it differently.... sorry, im asian with 4 eyes... shouldve read better....

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    Re: b16b stroked to 1.8

    okay so just 'retard' the timing?? sweet might just use b16b pistons then, be cheaper

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    Re: b16b stroked to 1.8

    I have personally tuned a B18CR motor with nothing else changed but CTR pistons, had to run a little less timing. Power was on par with stock B18CR's
    I still have that tune saved JDMEK9

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    Re: b16b stroked to 1.8

    coupe-r i cannot pm u as ur message limit is full

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    Re: b16b stroked to 1.8

    Coupe-R does sweet tunes, grab that off him for sure!

    Is scott building your motor?
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    Re: b16b stroked to 1.8

    oh sweet as,will do,yeah scott is hopefully!!

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    Re: b16b stroked to 1.8

    sow will i need to do some work on the head too?? if im stroking the motor??

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    Re: b16b stroked to 1.8

    Nope but a freshen up wont go a-miss for the general well being of the engine .

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    Re: b16b stroked to 1.8

    so just valves, springs, stem seals etc all OEM will be algud aye?? wont need to worry bout cams tho lol

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    Re: b16b stroked to 1.8

    Well a B16B Type R and a B18C Type R both have the same head .

    If you've got the time/skills/tools it would be worth changing the valve seals or even lapping the valves.

    Or if you've got money go for the whole 3/5 angle valve job and reseat + skim and hot bath. Maybe even a port.

    Its up to you how over board you want to go.

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    Re: b16b stroked to 1.8

    okay sweet thanks mate

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    Coupe r i cannot pm u about tune etc

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