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Old 04-03-2006, 12:39 PM   #1
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Default SOHC timing belt teeth????

Does anyone have a run down of all the SOHC timing belts and how many teeth they have? Or where I can find the info? Anywhere from EF's to the 7th gen civics... TIA
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I put a 92-95 civic head (d15b7) on a 96-97 del sol block (D16y7) and now the y7 timing belt is to short... anyone know of any longer belts?
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well after a little research and counting of teeth on timing belts I find that on the 91 CRX si 1.6L belt you have a 106 tooth belt and a 107 tooth belt... The D16Y7 belt has 104 teeth... I'm still doing a little more research but I ended up buying the 107 tooth belt...
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anyone know any of the other belt tooth counts?
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Bump for fun, this'd be good info to put in a FAQ.
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it the b7 belt your looking for you almost always use the belt for the head you use
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it the b7 belt your looking for you almost always use the belt for the head you use
That's what I was thinking too, but then I was thinking if it's a 1.5L block why would the belt be longer.. I stopped by Auto Zone and the CRX si belt have the same part number as the D15b7 belt.. But one is a 1.5L and the other is a 1.6L also..... When they pull up the 91 CRX 1.6L in the computer it asks you 106 or 107 tooth... Why would they be different?
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the d15z1 belt is 103 teeth

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actually I found some more after searching a little
The VX timing belt has 103 teeth, where as the Z6 timing belt has 104 teeth, and the B7 belt 106 teeth.


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the d15z1 belt is 103 teeth

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The VX timing belt has 103 teeth, where as the Z6 timing belt has 104 teeth, and the B7 belt 106 teeth.


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WOW 103 lol Thanks for the info! I put the 106 tooth belt on and it seems to be just fine... knock on wood... LOL
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does vtec and non vtec affect the belts length? I have a d15B vtec, im looking for a belt for it, I assume the d16z6 belt would work cuz its VTEC, so I have to use a 1.5L belt, does it HAVE to be vtec? or can I buy a 1.5L non-vtec belt??
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