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  1. Thread: B18C7 into GSi

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    B18C7 into GSi

    Unless you are buying oem bearings you won't get the same tolerances of bearings.

    Your builder should measure the clearances for you but essentially aftermarket ie ACL only come in standard or...
  2. Thread: B18C7 into GSi

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    There's no point in replacing pistons only. If...

    There's no point in replacing pistons only. If they are worn out of spec or failed then you will need a bore and hone anyway at the least. You also will need to ensure correct piston to bore...
  3. Thread: B18C7 into GSi

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    B18C7 into GSi

    Yes, stock P73-AO dome shape.

    Check your stock pistons, the part number should be on the top. If they are p73-AO they are the same dome volume. Otherwise P73-OO (JDM) are higher compression, I...
  4. Thread: B18C7 into GSi

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    Oversized bore will lower the compression...

    Oversized bore will lower the compression slightly but not much. Don't go by what the eBay ad says it is too general, use some of the online calculators for b series. The calculators vary a bit so...
  5. Thread: B18C7 into GSi

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    I've used those NPR ones in the first link. There...

    I've used those NPR ones in the first link. There are reviews on Honda tech etc and many reports of successful builds.

    Mines in a b18c2, has done a bunch of track days without any issues. It...
  6. Thread: Honda Legend parts

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    Just get higher CoF pads, it will be cheaper and...

    Just get higher CoF pads, it will be cheaper and probably get you better results unless you are upgrading your rotor diameter at the same time. Even so when I went up a size the braking feel was no...
  7. Thread: Honda Legend parts

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    You can get the calipers online from the US easy...

    You can get the calipers online from the US easy enough if you want to pay shipping.

    You may have more issues with the caliper brackets as most of the reman calipers don't seem to have the...
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    Just take your potentially blocked filter off and...

    Just take your potentially blocked filter off and drive it up and down the street to verify if it is the filter if you don't have a spare at hand.

    Stick a stocking over the end of the intake if...
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    If the filter is clogged and waterlogged yes it...

    If the filter is clogged and waterlogged yes it could cause all of those symptoms.

    It is quick and easy to change too, if it doesn't fix it then look at other things.
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    Put a dry air filter on it.

    Put a dry air filter on it.
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    There are a few different specs for rotors on...

    There are a few different specs for rotors on accord early 2000 vintage. Some models weren't offered here and even on the same model they can be different in other markets.Also sometimes the...
  12. Thread: B18C7 into GSi

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    It's in the block right up the top. Be careful...

    It's in the block right up the top. Be careful when trying to plug in the connector, when the sensors are old the plastic gets brittle and they are very easy to snap off.

    Then they are an...
  13. Thread: B18C7 into GSi

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    Only the vtec engines had the knock sensor, so...

    Only the vtec engines had the knock sensor, so you don't have it in your gsi cabin loom. Obd2a Pinout says it should be red/blue

    You will be causing a dtc by not having it wired up.

    Run a...
  14. Thread: B18C7 into GSi

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    Yeah, mine was a rebuild at about 280k. The...

    Yeah, mine was a rebuild at about 280k.

    The rings were pretty worn and at least one chamber had leaky valve stem seals. It still drove pretty well prior to the build.

    Now the oil consumption...
  15. Thread: B18C7 into GSi

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    B18C7 into GSi

    Did you witness the compression test?

    The black residue is from running rich, it is excess fuel not oil. Get rid of the CEL first then start troubleshooting if it is still an issue.

    Also get...
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    [VIC] With the current regulations on Ch plates your...

    With the current regulations on Ch plates your car has to get a current rwc.

    That means no cage or other mods without VASS certificate. You can't get a VASS for a 6 point cage anymore as far as...
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    There are a number of oxygen sensor related...

    There are a number of oxygen sensor related codes, might be the cause but I don't know if it is even monitored in open loop (wot).

    Vtec pressure switch is a possibility if you are getting oil...
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    What engine and ecu? When I had a faulty knock...

    What engine and ecu?

    When I had a faulty knock sensor in my b18c the MIL didn't come on at all at the track until the drive home, but I'm sure the sensor was faulty the whole day.

    If I...
  19. Thread: B18C7 into GSi

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    If the chassis is 96 it should be obd2a, but I...

    If the chassis is 96 it should be obd2a, but I think some early 96 may still have been obd1 so that is worth checking.

    Pretty sure you will just need Vtec solenoid, Vtec pressure and knock sensor...
  20. Thread: B18C7 into GSi

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    B18C7 into GSi

    No, this will not necessarily be it.

    First, what year is your chassis? You need to determine which obd version it is. Then you will know what is included in the cabin wiring harness.

    If your...
  21. Thread: B18C7 into GSi

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    You might want to check the code your ecu is...

    You might want to check the code your ecu is putting out as to why it is not running correctly at high rpm, Vtec should engage somewhere around 6k (someone chime in here with the exact point).
    ...
  22. Thread: B18C7 into GSi

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    Good work getting it going. Most exhaust...

    Good work getting it going.

    Most exhaust shops won't know anything about Hondas.

    The stock type r is 57mm after the headers (2.25") tapering to 54mm for the rear axle back section.

    2.25"...
  23. Aside from the stiffer bushes, the design isn't...

    Aside from the stiffer bushes, the design isn't all that good with the hard race front camber arms.

    If you have lowered the ride hight the camber arms contact the shock towers near the inner...
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    This job is about as simple as it gets, once the...

    This job is about as simple as it gets, once the wheel is off it is only 2 bolts to remove the caliper.

    If this is going to be a hobby then definitely learn, this is an easy way to save cash on...
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    If you use the dc2r rotor redrilled he will need...

    If you use the dc2r rotor redrilled he will need the spacer as he mentioned or mill the caliper bracket 2.5mm to have the correct offset. Otherwise you need to use the Mini Cooper rotor in 4x100...
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