What are your power goals? 1/4 mile time goals?
Looking to get down the 1/4 mile track in 10sec. Ill be happy with that. Just looking to build a d2b setup since I have a spare engine to do some fun things too. What internals should I get. Help me out guys. Already got a b series setup so dont ask y I dont just get a b swap. Tryna do a sleeper single.
Between 3 5k hopefully.What's your budget?
? Dont understandwhy would you only want to boost it for 1/4 pf a mile ,no faith in your mechanical skills?
D's can certainly be fun. In Colorado, there is a 930whp wagovan d16a6 build. Look at some of PFI Speed's videos if they started in 2018 or 2019, else Boosted Boiz. 2019 sounds more correct.Yea true... just was thinking bout doing something unique since I have 2 single cam engines. Def want to do something with them.
Only the flywheel needs to be different. B series flywheel with D crank bolt pattern, then offset for either adapter or no adapter. Simple setup that has been used for 80+ years in various swaps, esp. for salt speeders.D2B swap is not exactly a simple bolt on affair.
The input shaft splines and sizes are different
The crank bolt pattern is different for the flywheel.
I believe the clutch pattern is different too.
Custom flywheel and clutch are most likely needed. Not a cheap ordeal.
The B trans can almost directly mount to the D engine, minus working a couple holes and flipping a couple bolts around.
It will be more expensive to go the adpater plate route to give room for a spacer, but may be a stronger method to the madness.
You may be better off getting your feet wet with a B20 vtec or LS vtec build. You would get a ton of aftermarket support compared to the D series, and definitely be capable of being faster.
Single slammers will always have a soft spot in my heart, but nowadays, are not worth the expense of a D2B. Heck, I remember when D series engines were being given away on here!!
Boosted Bois didn't like a reply of mine when they were messing with the seq. Quaife K box. Someone replied, "Oh shit, it's Bone!"....and later the comment was removedD's can certainly be fun. In Colorado, there is a 930whp wagovan d16a6 build. Look at some of PFI Speed's videos if they started in 2018 or 2019, else Boosted Boiz. 2019 sounds more correct.
Heck, Brent the owner would be another good source for info if he has time to answer. Dude is super busy.
Bone brings up good info with Speedfactory. May or may not need the wayback machine to get pictures.
You have his email address would def love to talk to him if he has the time.I dont think he has a D2B setup. He tuned this dudes crazy d16a6 turbo build, and hes been around hondas for quite awhile. He just seems like he would be around this type of crazy more often.
He is crazy busy, as far as his youtube channel indicates, so email is probably the best route, or facebook