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Old 01-05-2006, 03:34 PM
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Originally Posted by 92CXyD
heres a thought what about 79mm bore with d17 crank 97mm stroke =1.9l all in a d15b8 block how is that for sleeper.
Granted it would cost @3500 usd to do.
D17 crank won't fit into the D15 block, piston skirts interfere along with oil pan rail.

D15Baby8 build in progress
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Old 01-05-2006, 07:19 PM
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Like, a whole lot of the skirt, or a little inconsequential bit you can trim off?
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Old 01-07-2006, 01:40 PM
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Originally Posted by chris
I think the main focus on here regarding the d builds is simple. Bigger isnt better. The few d series motors that have made over 200hp that were actually run at events were Bisi and the old gude crx. One was a 1.5 and other was a 1.6 if they were tellin the truth. Headwork for the d is the key along with the cam combo.
jep, headwork, compression, and the juicy juicy race gas. can d series motors handle like 16.4:1 compression? thats what we were at on your old school wedge head kz1000 motor last year with half inch lift cams and ports the size of lemons ( its amazing how far you can get the ports out on an aircooled head . sucking on some 48mm lectrons from gast, with a big bore kit to take it out to 1385 cc's or somthing like that.. putting down good power. id say about 230 spinning out to 12 grand
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Old 02-17-2006, 10:46 AM
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im going to have to read it when I get home, my work comp. will not let me view tri-----.
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Old 08-07-2006, 01:53 PM
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just out of curiousity what if you destroked a bored out d16, with a d15 crank and bigger bore you would be still at 1.6 but i read somewhere that with a d15 crank the rod to stroke ratio is really optimal so it would rev faster/higher but maintane 1.6 liter displacment possibly? im an idiot w/ arithmetic but if someone else wants to do the math and see if it would work.
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Old 08-07-2006, 02:02 PM
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RS is a rich man's NA game, and for turbo cars it is a lie.
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Old 08-07-2006, 02:24 PM
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Originally Posted by the 13th round
just out of curiousity what if you destroked a bored out d16, with a d15 crank and bigger bore you would be still at 1.6 but i read somewhere that with a d15 crank the rod to stroke ratio is really optimal so it would rev faster/higher but maintane 1.6 liter displacment possibly? im an idiot w/ arithmetic but if someone else wants to do the math and see if it would work.
dont believe bisis bull ---- his motors were never destroked

mike the old man at rs was a stroke king


everything he built there for b series left with 95mm cranks why would the main guy get a piece of ---- baby crank


bisi's d motors were large very large d series

oh and rs is bull ----. If your buildin a car for speed/power get a crank that fits in the block all motor of course
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Old 08-07-2006, 02:58 PM
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wow, i guess i heard wrong.
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Old 01-12-2007, 02:53 AM
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Originally Posted by chris
dont believe bisis bull ---- his motors were never destroked

bisi's d motors were large very large d series

oh and rs is bull ----. If your buildin a car for speed/power get a crank that fits in the block all motor of course
Sorry Chris, 80mm detroked D15.......78mm sleeves which helps the head flow.......
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Old 03-28-2007, 01:30 AM
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speakin of sleeves, wouldn't it be nice if honda produced a nice wet sleeve engine? that way you could do your own work? just like the heavy duty diesel market, blow a sleeve, go and pick one up that is already honed and ready to install, don't even need to yank the engine out, hydraulic sleeve puller yanks the sleeve out, then re install, and boom your ready to go
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