It looks like an insane set up.
nikos said:boring will not do it... You need the extra stroke
On another note, f22b f22a and h23 all share the same crank
Same part number Honda #13310-P0A-000
thats what I was thinking. but custom rods = $$ and long wait...H2nr said:so what about using the K24 block with that crank and custom rod? The R/S should be much better.
Bwahaha...impossible!rochesterricer said:First I hear about the possibility of converting K series 5 speeds into 6 speeds :wow:
Um.. Nikos could you answer this for me?????11248c said:Nikos could you elaborate a little more. Why will boring not do and you need the extra stroke??? And how much do you think(guess) this kit will cost???
Would you give link of the articlerochesterricer said:First I hear about the possibility of converting K series 5 speeds into 6 speeds, and now this! The interchangeability options of the K series just keep getting crazier. :wow:
Not to split hairs, but Increasing stroke results in higher intake air velocities v.s. a same displacement motor with less stroke but more bore. This is simply a result of the higher piston speeds at a given RPM. This is also why more stroke = less RPM potential b/c the piston speeds are higher for a given RPM.nikos said:Copy and pasted this from google
WHY STROKE INSTEAD OF JUST GO BIG BORE?
Okay, so we've increased the stroke. You now have more power from the displacement increase, but you've also gained more torque. Why? Because moving that pin location outward on the crank is just like using a longer wrench to remove a stubborn bolt. You've given the engine more leverage. This allows the engine to generate power at lower rpm much more easily.
Another good thing about increasing the stroke is that with any engine that you plan on really going big, it makes more sense to increase bore and stroke, rather than just stick in a whopping large piston. In most cases, keeping the bore and stroke increases relatively equal, you will end up with a powerhouse that's more reliable and delivers power more evenly.