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your not a dumass at all. just think about it , to stroke that engine enough to make it 2 litre is a waste cause it wont last long at all and nothing but problems most likely while it does run. and if you wanted to bore it out enough to make it 2 litre , youd have to be at least near 84mm like a B20. which stock GSR sleeves cant go that far im pretty sure. maybe for all motor. so sleeving is only option.

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B20 crank. I believe you don't have to resleeve, although that's up to you.

 

i thought the b20 crank the same as the LS giving you a few more cc of displacment compared to the c5 crank. please correct me if i am wrong.

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stroke any engine its gonna take away from its reliability and longevity. i know a guy here pyro , has a SBF 302 , turned into 347 stroker , i dont know if youve ever heard of people doing this , but its a serious engine man , lol. i dont know exactly what heads he runs , or much of it yet , but its got 635 at the rear wheels , lol. it can only run on race fuel. you should hear it , sounds like nothing i ever heard. summers almost here ill get some pics and maybe a vid when he gets it out , youl cream. insane car. couple things to put the power down , it would run in the high 10's prolly.

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I don't think he actually reads threads. He just answers the questions. Often repeating what we have been arguing about for a couple of days.

BAHAHAHAHAHHAHA

 

yep, we established that back at the 3rd post.....:thumbsup:

BAHHAHAHAHAHA

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no you fuking d!ck, cranny and I were discussing something that related to the subject.

 

maybe you can answer my question then smartass? why can't honda's handle any extra stroke? my engines can go up to 17extra mm on the bore, and 15mm extra on the stroke? they lose some reliability, but not that much.

 

since your so wise, and don't know why people are still discussing this, then why can't honda's?

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74 super beetle.....the one in my sig

 

A "rail" as they call them

....basically a tube frame car powered by a cammed up porsche 914 2.0. a few more parts, and it will be turbo'd.

 

and currently I'm also working on a 56 (i've been saying a 57, but i was just going with what the PO told me, and i finally checked the VIN to see its a 56) vw oval window. I have some big plans for that puppy.....

 

also had a 64 convertible beetle that we are using for parts/sheetmetal.

 

annnndd if money allows it, my bro is gathering some stuff for a project for us this summer thats honda based....

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isn't the reason for stocker kits in hondas being bad because r/s ratio? from my understanding enless the motor is sleeved and can take the abuse you can't rev such a bad r/s ratio at high rpms and expect it to last. please correct me if i am wrong cuz i am curious.

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R/S doesn't matter. RPM doesn't matter re: cylinders. Drag Honda guys with B series have gone 17.5mm up on the stroke. Cylinders are spaced too close to go a lot over on the bore. Cylinders are weak so you have to resleeve to go over more than 1mm. Once you go so big, the only way to go bigger is doing an offset bore.

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