with TSX 09 pistons you will have 11 compression.
R40 rods have a little bit different desing and acura/honda states that these are strong:
"High-strength crack-separated connecting rods are used to minimize weight and size, while also increasing connecting rod rigidity and long-term durability. A "cracked" connection means that the rod and cap are forged as a single unit during the manufacturing process, and then are cracked apart to create a custom fit between the two matching surfaces.
This unique design allows for the elimination of connecting rod bolt pins, since the connecting rod bolts can be precision machined to fit the cap to the rod. The end result is a connecting rod that is 13 percent lighter and has a 20 percent smaller cross section, resulting in less rotating mass inside the engine and less space occupied by the connecting rod."
List of everything the engine have inside
K24a1 with oem crankshaft
K20z3 cylinder head
K24z3 piston and rods rl5 11.0.1 comp
King racing pmax black racing bearing
K20a2 oil pump
K24a2 2008 full cam combo
50 degree vtc
Timing chain quide
Rbc intake ,70mm trottle body blox
Stock injector maybe...
after some hours of designing my 86.5x86 engine project (Status quo: replacement engine is here, engine and component builder are choosen, stock list is not everywhere fixed) I thought to do a engine build thread...one a bit different :D.
I am aware of I am here in the lion's den of...
before further hijacking other folks threads clogging them with information, I'll open my own build thread.
Last year, I have started to build the motor for my 1999 S1 Elise.
Before deciding to go Honda, I was running a supercharged Rover K in my Elise for 12 years.
I build this Rover...
Hello everyone! I have a k20a2 and i have a problem after upgrading my stock cam to aftermarket ip k2 cam. My car is throwing out the error code "p0341 variable valve timing control (vtc) phase gap". The car start up and running fine but the biggest issue is that my VTEC WILL NOT ENGAGING. The...
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