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Old 02-14-2011, 06:47 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default jdm d15b 3 stage after market rods and pistons help

hey guys, im going to be boosting my jdm d15b and theres no way in hell im doing that with stock internals, unless theres an actual safe psi to run, but id rather be safe right.

does any one have any info on after market stuff i can get? im looking for rods and pistons standard size forged
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There's no safe PSI to run, since PSI doesn't mean shit anyways.

If it uses D16 rods, then 200-220whp is safe on stock internals.
If it uses D15 rods, then maybe 180whp is safe on stock internals.

FJ-Distributors sells cheap pistons/rods for D16-rod applications.
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SWEET thanks guys $600 for a jdm d15b bottom end kit.
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if i remember correctly the stage 3 d15b came with stock size d15 rods, not the better one.

best thing i can think of if you can afford the down time is crack it open before ordering parts. shot dropping the pan should tell you want you need to know
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also any one know if its possible to take a perfomance z6 cam and grind the slave valve lobe down to 0 to keep using the 3 stage vtec?
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if i remember correctly the stage 3 d15b came with stock size d15 rods, not the better one.

best thing i can think of if you can afford the down time is crack it open before ordering parts. shot dropping the pan should tell you want you need to know
iv got the block stripped right now all the internals are here but the head and block are at the machine shop getting cleaned and polished. ill measure the rods but itll be ROUGH because im using a measuring tape lol
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would there be any marking on the rods to identify them?
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post some pics up, think there are markings on the rod cap or somewhere on the rod
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post some pics up, think there are markings on the rod cap or somewhere on the rod
rod cap has M3 4

then on teh face of the rod it has:

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and its a p2j piston
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