B18C1 and B18C5

 
Old 11-27-2018, 10:47 PM
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Hello all,
I got the Eg9 with B18c engine, but i dun know is it a B18c1 (GSR) or B18c5 (ITR)
are there any marks or component different to know that?

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Quick ID would be the intake manifold
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Quick ID would be the intake manifold
The intake manifold has replaced.
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Quick ID would be the head casting

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thatís harder to find!
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The intake manifold has replaced.
with an aftermarket?

then yes, head casting code in the front of the head, under the header would tell you if itís GS-R or Type R.

also valve springs.

Exhaust manifold as well.

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with an aftermarket?

then yes, head casting code in the front of the head, under the header would tell you if itís GS-R or Type R.

also valve springs.

Exhaust manifold as well.

thanks you for reply.
yes, the intake manifold has replaced aftermarket one by pre owner,
I find this code 98 05 18 05 PR3-1 in the front on head.
I google the code that tell me that should be a type r engine.
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Well technically it just means its a B16 or type R head. The year stamp should be 96-01 for it to be a type R. Looking at the piston and rod code will give you a better idea if the block is actually an ITR.
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The water neck is also a dead giveaway. If it's up front, it's a gsr. Or at least a gsr head.
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I have disassembled the engine.

its come with the P73 piston with p72 connecting rod, and i think that is not the ITR crankshaft.
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