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post #29 of 85 (permalink) Old 11-11-2008, 06:54 PM
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what's iirc? and i have an obd1 b18b1 94 ls, blew the bottom end and was wondering which B20 i should use, b or z, and will this work with the ls tranny? i know you need the intake manifold as well as a number of other parts.. but have yet to find anything about the tranny of an ls.. can't really afford an ls one, and have found that ls has better ratios thanks to melt man's build thread. but what possible risks would i be looking at here?

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Look at the links I posted before. Every one of those questions has been answered before.

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There should be no difference UNLESS YOU FOUND A P8R HEAD. Better flow buddy. But anyways everything should fit on the b20 and you can use an ls ecu to run it. I was told to run octane 93 because of my high compression motor. I dunno if I should still do it til this day.
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post #32 of 85 (permalink) Old 11-11-2008, 11:16 PM Thread Starter
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whats you CR?

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Forced induction is NOT a fix for bad VE

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does anyone have hp and tq specs on a b20z?
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Search a bit man.

That information is definitely out there, and not really that hard to find.
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146 and 133 respectively
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on the B20z stock ecu.

Higher with LS parts and a tune.
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what about the b20 with 8.8:1 cr does it produce the same power with the ls parts as the higher cr b20??

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on the B20z stock ecu.

Higher with LS parts and a tune.
LS IM>B20 IM

But he asked for that engine power stock. hence my answer. lol
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what about the b20 with 8.8:1 cr does it produce the same power with the ls parts as the higher cr b20??
I'm not trying to be an ass, this is a serious question.

Would it make sense if the lower CR engine made as much power as the higher CR engine? esp when they're both modified the same way?
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what about the b20 with 8.8:1 cr does it produce the same power with the ls parts as the higher cr b20??
NO

Seriously, think about it.
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thanks. yeah i asked cause i was anxious for an answer, then i searched because i became too anxious. sniperX has an excellent question that was brewing in my head
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thanks. yeah i asked cause i was anxious for an answer, then i searched because i became too anxious. sniperX has an excellent question that was brewing in my head
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