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Old 12-08-2015, 10:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey guys I'm just looking for a few opinions on rods and pistons for a d15b vtec engine, hard to find what fits perfectly and remains a good CR for turbo, not to sure if the vitara rods and pistons work, I think the rods are too long and only work in the d16s but let me know what you guys think I should look into!? Thanks
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The d15b is the exact same engine as the d16z6 except with a different more aggressive cam. I am running vitara piston with skunk rods, about 9.5 -1.
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D15b = D16z6
Hmmmmm something is wrong with that statement.
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The d15b is the exact same engine as the d16z6 except with a different more aggressive cam. I am running vitara piston with skunk rods, about 9.5 -1.
WRONG. look up why you are wrong so you learn.

OP dont buy d16z6 parts for your d15b like suggested above.

There are specific kits for the vtec d15b motor
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Old 12-09-2015, 05:00 AM   #5 (permalink)
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From my understanding JDM D15B rods are the same as D16z6 rods, the pistons are the tricky part. GX pistons look good on paper, but apparently they can be hard to find.
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