and proper octane fuel of course :wink:tsiah said:not necessarily...cam timing has a huge influence on dynamic compression in the engine. (peak cyl pressure)
I can turbo an engine with 15:1 static compression if I have the cams dialed properly and the engine tuned properly
The B20B/Z have the same block casting as the B18A/B's, they just end up with a larger bore.prelude91SIT said:i think the b20b would be seems like it would be easier than any other swap.since in size its probably the closes to our engines.
:stupid:Kalm_Traveler said:The B20B/Z have the same block casting as the B18A/B's, they just end up with a larger bore.
what reverse spin problems? you just mount the motor the same way its mounted in the original car, motor on the passenger side, tranny on the drivers. the biggest issue ive heard of is the diff housing interfering with the rear cross-member and quite likely the steering box too...reverse spin problem...