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is it possible to put oil squiters on the k20a3??? do i really need them?? i'll be upgrading my internals soon, so should i add opil squiters on the block ??

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It is possiable to put the oil squitters into the k20A3 block. I had both at the house and did a comparrison of both blocks. The k20a3 has the place to put them but it needs to be drilled and made so that you can bolt them up. As for the oil lines. the difference is that the k20a2 has a bigger oil feed line. But its a matter of getting a bolt to put in the k20a3 oil feed and removing the plug for the k20A3 and place the oil feed from the k20a2 to the k20a3 block.
 

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It is possiable to put the oil squitters into the k20A3 block. I had both at the house and did a comparrison of both blocks. The k20a3 has the place to put them but it needs to be drilled and made so that you can bolt them up. As for the oil lines. the difference is that the k20a2 has a bigger oil feed line. But its a matter of getting a bolt to put in the k20a3 oil feed and removing the plug for the k20A3 and place the oil feed from the k20a2 to the k20a3 block.
Man I dont think you can do that.I had a b20 and had the same question all the tuner shops told me you could not do that. BUT if you can, please let me know So I can have it done to my car.
 

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B20 is a lil different there is no oil passage there on a b20 but on the k20a3 there is a oil passage. it is pretty much the same block the a2 and a3. I have a feeling it comes off the same casting but is stamped differently and machined a lil differently like the lack of machining of the oil squirter feed holes and the bolt holes that hold the squirter in place.
 

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B20 is a lil different there is no oil passage there on a b20 but on the k20a3 there is a oil passage. it is pretty much the same block the a2 and a3. I have a feeling it comes off the same casting but is stamped differently and machined a lil differently like the lack of machining of the oil squirter feed holes and the bolt holes that hold the squirter in place.
Thats tight then. I didint know the blocks were so similar. :up:
 

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rsxintheblood said:
It is possiable to put the oil squitters into the k20A3 block. I had both at the house and did a comparrison of both blocks. The k20a3 has the place to put them but it needs to be drilled and made so that you can bolt them up. As for the oil lines. the difference is that the k20a2 has a bigger oil feed line. But its a matter of getting a bolt to put in the k20a3 oil feed and removing the plug for the k20A3 and place the oil feed from the k20a2 to the k20a3 block.
I have been seeing the " mi-4 " sticker around hampton roads, recently on a red MR2. local?????
 

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Yes it would be possible.. but I am not sure if it would be worth all the hassle to do it.. I charge around $300 to put them on K series blocks (labor+parts)
 

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If you're doing the internals thn there's no need (forged)! Guys racing take them out to achieve better oil pressure and let the forged metals do their job!
Put an A2 head on that and K-pro and you have a built A2 ready to handle 400+ on pump. Good luck.
My tune date with Evans gets closer,575 on c16 here I come :dance:
 
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