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You would probebly have to have a company import it specially.
 

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why would you want one?

Like getting D15 parts wasn't hard enough.

If you'd seen a puny D13 crank, you'd cry.

76mm stroke, PUNY crank.
 

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hondajosh said:
...you would def have to learn to...take nothin...fast...
there, i edited it so it sounds kinda right. ;-)

i really don't think that small of an engine has any sort of potential, honestly
 

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transzex said:
why would you want one?

Like getting D15 parts wasn't hard enough.

If you'd seen a puny D13 crank, you'd cry.

76mm stroke, PUNY crank.
Hmmm.... 76mm crank with custom rods to use a piston with a 27mm compression height and you could have some fun at 9K plus....
 

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that's my thought, you'd have to lighten the hell out of the rotating assembly, but it would be like a sport bike engine
 

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the crank is TOO light to begin with. Yes 1.8-2.0 RS is possible, but at a HUGE cost ($3000+)...............

At that point, simple D15/D16 on boost is WAY cheaper!!!!!!!!!!

Sleeves = $1000
Rods = $800
Pistons = $500

Headwork + cam/valvetrain is another $1000-$1500

$3300-$3800
 

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i found this;
Civic 1.2 16V 1987-91 (D12)
Civic 1.2 16V 1987-91

4-cyl. 1193 ccm. 54 kW/ 73 hv

D12-moottori

cyl. 75mm
stroke 67,5mm

compression ratio 8,6:1

Translated from finnish text. there's many of those engines here.
 

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Wow i could make a little 10,000rpm screamer. 16v should flow good on a 1.2l. Do you think the 88-91 d16 mpfi intake will fit? Where can i get one?
 
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