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Old 02-28-2012, 05:25 PM   #1
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Default b16 head on d16 block?

got a 97 civic with the d16y7 and have always wanted dohc vtec is it possible to swap just the heads? jw
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No. You can put a Y8 SOHC vtec head on your Y7 block.

Other than that....save your money and buy a DOHC vtec.
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u must be high or something


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Default Re: b16 head on d16 block?

this is literally like the third time this has been asked in a week. wtf.

it'll work. but you gotta use an s2k tranny.
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this is literally like the third time this has been asked in a week. wtf.

it'll work. but you gotta use an s2k tranny.
also u got to use the dif from the s2k as well duh
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Want a DOHC D motor? Get a ZC.
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also u got to use the dif from the s2k as well duh
Dont forget the driveshaft
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From a 62 Camaro. It's the hardest part to source, yo.
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From a 62 Camaro. It's the hardest part to source, yo.
it has to be a JDM shaft froma camaro....
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ARE YOU SERIOUS!?.......everyone knows that you can!....after you get the tranny from a sk2 and drive shaft from a jdm camero yo!.... ALSO YOU NEED DIFF FLUX CAPACITORS!!! OTHER WISE IT WONT WORK SHEESH!!
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