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Old 11-12-2001, 09:21 AM   #1
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Can anyone think of what else I need or is what I have listed good?


Endyn pistons/ rings (85mm)
Eagle rods
Rod bearing (all 4 rods)
Main bearings (all 5 mains)
85mm head gasket
Bottom end gasket kit (oil pan/oil seal/etc) - Do I need a GSR oil pan gasket if I use a GSR oil pan?)
Timing belt (B20)
Oil pump

Parts to adapt GSR girdle to B20:
GSR oil pan
GSR girdle
GSR baffle
GSR pickup
GSR main cap bolts - 2nd,3rd,4th mains for use with GSR girdle (6 total bolts)


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what compression? list looks good.
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Old 11-12-2001, 09:52 AM   #3
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Im shooting for around 11.5:1
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looks good but don't forget pre-assembly lube and plastigauge. And how about some arp rod bolts?
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Old 11-12-2001, 09:56 AM   #5
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Eagle rods come with ARP rod bolts

Yea plstigauge, oils, and filters are all extra...Ill remember all those.
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Can anyone think of what else I need or is what I have listed good?


Endyn pistons/ rings (85mm)
Eagle rods
Rod bearing (all 4 rods)
Main bearings (all 5 mains)
85mm head gasket
Bottom end gasket kit (oil pan/oil seal/etc) - Do I need a GSR oil pan gasket if I use a GSR oil pan?)
Timing belt (B20)
Oil pump

Parts to adapt GSR girdle to B20:
GSR oil pan
GSR girdle
GSR baffle
GSR pickup
GSR main cap bolts - 2nd,3rd,4th mains for use with GSR girdle (6 total bolts)


ARP head studs
new valve guides
Ferrea SS valves
knife-edge crank
balance bottom-end
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Old 11-12-2001, 04:45 PM   #7
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damn HX_Guy, you got some major cash to do all this through the last year!

Anyways...good luck....oh ya those rods much lighter than the OEM ones?
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Old 11-13-2001, 04:44 PM   #8
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Endyn 84.5mm NA (Low) pistons - $525 shipped
Eagle rods - $325 shipped (already received them)

main bearings
rod bearings
thrust bearings
timing belt
cylinder head gasket kit (head gasket, intake manifold gasket, exhaust gasket, valve cover gasket,spark plug grommets, valve seals, cam seals)
block gasket kit (oil pan gasket, main seals, oil pickup gasket, water pump gasket, oil pump gasket)
oil filter
oil pump

All that stuff ran me $375 + tax! I love hook ups ;-)
(If I was the average Joe and walked in the Honda Parts Dept I would have paid $559 for those parts!!!)

GSR girdle
GSR oil pan
GSR oil pickup
GSR oil baffle
(Still need to order 6 GSR main bolts)

Those parts ran me $160 used.

EDIT: Also I remember spark plugs, rotor, and cap.

So how's it look? I dont think Ive forgotten anything? Anyone else wanna add something?




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Old 11-13-2001, 07:19 PM   #9
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What is your projected time in the 1/4? Are you doing anything with head? What tranny/clutch are you running? How much does your car weigh? Sorry about all the questions.
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Old 11-14-2001, 07:55 AM   #10
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Well Im hoping after the rebuild I will run a 13.3 on slicks...that would be an improvment of 4/10th...which would be pretty nice.
Im running an ACT HDSS clutch wit ha GSR tranny.
Car with driver weights around 2550.
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Old 11-14-2001, 08:02 AM   #11
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Where did you order the Eagle rods from?
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Old 11-14-2001, 08:21 AM   #12
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Frank Eskra
3700 Hale Ln
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(847)487-5923 http://www.hi-perf-auto.com
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Old 11-14-2001, 08:43 AM   #13
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85mm bore isn't that a little risky?

Wouldn't it weaken the block alot?

Nice displacement though


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Read about 6 posts up

I changed my mind and went with the 84.5mm instead of the 85mm
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oh ok

When do you anticipate to be up and running?

Also when you finish modifying the gsr girdle let me know how easy/difficult it was.


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Old 11-14-2001, 08:52 AM   #16
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Well...all Im doing now is waiting on parts...its sucks!
The pistons hould be here in a week (next Wednesday) and Ill have all the other parts by then too..and will be able to take it down to the machine shop to bore the block and prepare the head...but Thanksgiving is next week also so Ill probably have to wait till the following week on Monday to take it down (the 26th).

So hopefully they can do everything I need in a couple days and I get it back about mid week..and I can start reassembling it...and hopefully be done that weeked (12/01 - 12/02).

So about 2 weeks from now
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Old 11-14-2001, 01:18 PM   #17
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Has anyone tried to modify a B20A5 girdle for use on "regular" B series? I know it's the freak of the bunch, but if it's possible, it'd be worth it; seeing as it extends over all 5 caps.
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Endyn 84.5mm NA (Low) pistons - $525 shipped
Eagle rods - $325 shipped (already received them)

main bearings
rod bearings
thrust bearings
timing belt
cylinder head gasket kit (head gasket, intake manifold gasket, exhaust gasket, valve cover gasket,spark plug grommets, valve seals, cam seals)
block gasket kit (oil pan gasket, main seals, oil pickup gasket, water pump gasket, oil pump gasket)
oil filter
oil pump

All that stuff ran me $375 + tax! I love hook ups ;-)
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Can i get a hook up too??
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Have you gotten your head ported? Since everything is apart why not send your head and in. manifold to get ported? My motor blew probably 1 month before yours did and I'm not certain when it will be finished. Good luck with yours.
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Old 11-14-2001, 07:35 PM   #20
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I dont have the money to do any work to the head.

Besides..it takes 1 hour to take the head off..so its not like I cant do it later.
If I do get headwork done..Ill probably buy a second head so there is no down time.
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out of curiosity, what made you go with Endyn?
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out of curiosity, what made you go with Endyn?
No other choice really for an off-the-shelf piston.
JE offers B20 pistons also...but the compression was much higher then what I am looking for.
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Im about to order my honda rebuild parts too. My engine is at the machine shop. Im going with Arias pistons(same alloy as JE) since they have the cr i want off-the-self.

Do you know any dyno #s for B20 Turbo setup?
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Old 11-15-2001, 06:10 AM   #24
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Youre aware that the compression numbers they list for their JE pistons are wit ha B16 head...if you use a B20 head it will drop the compression ALOT.

Also...are you sure Arias makes B20 pistons? When I checked they didnt.
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yea they make pistons for B20vtec, The machine shop showed me some arias they had at the shop. HX_Guy, those are some nice hp #s(170whp) is that with only a built head?
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