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Old 07-24-2008, 06:50 AM   #1
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Default b18c4 turbo ( Full-Race T3/T67H.O.)

Ive started a turbo build thread in the civic 92-00 section

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Im running a b18c4 with a full race turbo kit, with a T3/T67H.O. turbo. Ive ordered 84mm darton sleeves forit, and now im choosing what pistons to get. Im unsure of which ones to egt,and what compression ratio to run. NEED SOME HELP GUYS!!!!!!
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540 whp on an 84mm b16 with je 9:1
710whp on an 83mm gsr with cp 9:1 both with a b16 head and that turbo.
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nice looked at the thread. just run 9:1 good for boost. if yur goin all out liek that u could always go 8.5:1 im not sure what pros and cons would be. goin 2.0 with the 84mm sleeves was a good idea Click the image to open in full size.
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Old 07-26-2008, 05:18 AM   #4
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can someone post a link to a supplier (eg. ebay.com) with the exact pistons i'll need. was looking at cp pistons and they come in many different sizes
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what kind of fuel you plan on running? i think 9.0 is a bit low as IIRC normal fuel in UK is like 94-98 octane?
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nah uk fuel the same as you , we use 98ron , and your crazy cats use "mon" . roughly the same.

i have 9:1 CP's , and use shell vpower fuel which is 98 ron. hope that helps
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yee,is that with a sleeved block?? i dont wanna buy the wrong sized pistons lol with an 84mm bore size (sleeve size) what are the exact pistons i want to run?

The cp piston range

Engine Code Bore Size Compression Ratio Part Number
B16A 81.0mm (Standard Bore) 9.0:1 SC7000
B16A 81.5mm (0.5mm Overbore) 9.0:1 SC7001
B16A 81.0mm (Standard Bore) 10.5:1 SC7100
B16A 81.5mm (0.5mm Overbore) 10.5:1 SC7101
B18A1/B1 81.0mm (Standard Bore) 9.0:1 SC7005
B18A1/B1 81.5mm (0.5mm Overbore) 9.0:1 SC7006
B18A1/B1 81.0mm (Standard Bore) 10.5:1 SC7105
B18A1/B1 81.5mm (0.5mm Overbore) 10.5:1 SC7106
B18C1 81.0mm (Standard Bore) 9.0:1 SC7010
B18C1 81.5mm (0.5mm Overbore) 9.0:1 SC7011
B18C1 82.0mm (1.0mm Overbore) 9.0:1 SC7014
B18C1 83.0mm (2.0mm Overbore) 9.0:1 SC7012
B18C1 81.0mm (Standard Bore) 9.8:1 SC7015
B18C1 81.5mm (0.5mm Overbore) 9.8:1 SC7016
B18C1 83.0mm (2.0mm Overbore) 9.8:1 SC7013
B18C1 81.0mm (Standard Bore) 11.0:1 SC7110
B18C1 81.5mm (0.5mm Overbore) 11.0:1 SC7111
B18C1 82.0mm (1.0mm Overbore) 11.0:1 SC7113
B18C1 83.0mm (2.0mm Overbore) 11.0:1 SC7112
B18C1 81.0mm (Standard Bore) 12.5:1 SC7115
B18C1 81.5mm (0.5mm Overbore) 12.5:1 SC7116
B18C1 82.0mm (1.0mm Overbore) 12.5:1 SC7114
B18C5 81.0mm (Stock Bore) 11.5:1 SC7135
B18C5 81.5mm (0.5mm Overbore) 11.5:1 SC7136
B-Series 84.0mm (Standard Bore) 9.0:1 SC7020
B-Series 84.5mm (0.5mm Overbore) 9.0:1 SC7021
B-Series 85.0mm (1.0mm Overbore) 9.0:1 SC7022
B-Series 84.0mm (Standard Bore) 9.7:1 SC7017
B-Series 84.5mm (0.5mm Overbore) 9.7:1 SC7018
B-Series 85.0mm (1.0mm Overbore) 9.7:1 SC7019
B-Series 84.0mm (Standard Bore) 11.5:1 SC7117
B-Series 84.5mm (0.5mm Overbore) 11.5:1 SC7118
B-Series 85.0mm (1.0mm Overbore) 11.5:1 SC7119
B-Series 84.0mm (Standard Bore) 12.5:1 SC7120
B-Series 84.5mm (0.5mm Overbore) 12.5:1 SC7121
B-Series 85.0mm (1.0mm Overbore) 12.5:1 SC7122


which ones shall i order??


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nah uk fuel the same as you , we use 98ron , and your crazy cats use "mon" . roughly the same.

i have 9:1 CP's , and use shell vpower fuel which is 98 ron. hope that helps
are you sure about that cause i only have access to 91 octane in california and rest of the states have 93 octane, what is that equal to in RON?
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think i made a mistake , you should be using PON as a grading , 91 PON is roughly equal to 95 RON , google it!

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did you get the block sleeved your self ?, do you know there 84, if so get the 84mm ones, if your not sure and bore/hone it get the bigger ones.

B-Series 84.0mm (Standard Bore) 9.0:1 SC7020
B-Series 84.5mm (0.5mm Overbore) 9.0:1 SC7021
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