Is that all? If that was all that you need to do why dont people modify their hood a bit?SquishyPanda said:You'd have to cut a hole in the hood for the valve cover.
I dunno if that b20b leans back at all, or if they mounted it lower to clear the hood or what...
MustardCat said:After working on some rod shifted hondas, I realized it would be a bitch to fab up some rods to clear the exhaust, 4WS shaft, and rear crossmember, and still keep ground clearance. Seems to me it would take alot of trial and error. But who knows, maybe it wasnt very hard for him at all? Wish we could get a pic from underneath!
My friend had a Civic HB with a B20b block and b16 head, with I/H/E. It pulled pretty good, and his was all ghetto installed, badly tuned. I wouldnt mind having that setup in a 3G at all. So much aftermarket, bolt-ons, internals, trannys......... One of these days a b series is gonna drop in my lap, and it's goin in! ;-)
not necessarily...cam timing has a huge influence on dynamic compression in the engine. (peak cyl pressure)cgm12mgc said:oh wow... and that is way to high to turbo.... you'll blow your engine right out of your engine bay!