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Size of L15B7 vs K20

 
Old 06-12-2018, 07:30 AM
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Default Size of L15B7 vs K20

I'm toying around with some swap ideas on paper, and have had a very hard time finding any dimensions on the L15B7 engine. Is it the same block as other L15 engines? How does it compare in size (length, width, height, how far forward from axles) with a K20? I'm tempted to go to a dealer with a measuring tape and poke around under the hood.
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Check with HASport's Brian Gillespie and VTEC academy to get some clues and ideas

Compared to J-series

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Old 06-13-2018, 03:10 AM
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Appreciated.

And, while I'm thinking about it (would rather not start a different thread), does anyone know the engine code from the Accord Hybrid or Clarity's engines? Are these R series? L series?
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