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Old 03-05-2015, 05:51 PM   #1 (permalink)
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If I want to rebuild a D16 do I have to get it machined? like Bored and Honed? And can I use Y8 rebuild kit for a Y7? Because I'm planning to swap the head to Y8 with the rebuild. Also do I need any special tools to disassemble D16Y7 besides, combination wrench set, torque wrench, socket set? Thanks for you help in advance.

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Old 03-05-2015, 06:54 PM   #2 (permalink)
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You can use the Y8 kit, but you should stick with the Y7 because Y8 top with Y7 bottom yields higher compression.
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Old 03-06-2015, 02:22 AM   #3 (permalink)
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You will not know what needs machined until you have the engine out and apart and measured.

I would suggest that you you get some baggies and a sharpie so at tear down you can mak and bag your bolts, also grab your digi camera and take pics.

This will all help when you get ready for assembly
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@tabKola Thanks I will use Y7 Rebuild Kit
@BogusSVO Alright, I was just asking ahead of time before I disassemble it, its still too cold, for now I'm just gathering all my tools and parts, and making a list of things I need also info for specs such as adjusting valves, bearing clearance, etc. I like that idea of bagging up the bolts, got the sharpie ready just need to buy some baggies. And thanks for you advice.

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Dude you o ly need one thread, why make two on the same forum? Evry section has the same people. Also the y8 kit will work fine. But dont buy a kit, just buy bearings and pistons with rings then order the rest of the seals and gaskets from honda. Also valve seals can be aftermarket.
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