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hello honda sohc lovers,the d16 rod makes the piston go higher than the d15,this is to drop :confused:p29 in a d15 block.
 

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Use 134mm D15 rods, the 137mm rods will put the P29's way out of the block and could contact the head.
 

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The VX (D15Z1) has the 137mm rods and standard D15 rod journal. Be careful when doing it, you may end up with interferance between the piston and valves.
 

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The VX (D15Z1) has the 137mm rods and standard D15 rod journal. Be careful when doing it, you may end up with interferance between the piston and valves.
ok that mean that i can put the 137 mm with the d15 bottom and put a thicker gasket so it dosent hit the valve.thanks again
 

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so i whent to the track and saw a crx doing 14.7sec 1/4mile at 94mph,i ask him wtf he got in it and he said he got a d16,p29,stage 2 cam,light crank pully,msd 6al and fuel regulator at 38 psi.I wonder if that posible
 

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so i whent to the track and saw a crx doing 14.7sec 1/4mile at 94mph,i ask him wtf he got in it and he said he got a d16,p29,stage 2 cam,light crank pully,msd 6al and fuel regulator at 38 psi.I wonder if that posible
well check this...
no FI

156hp&118ft/lbs
1990 Civic LX Sedan
D15b (JDM) non vtec
p29's, .040 off of stock head
Stock rods and bolts
Dual 45mm Weber Carbs
Bisimoto Camshaft & Springs
MSD Digital6
7lbs Flywheel
New Time 8-3-07
14.1 @ 96mph
 
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