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midoriek4 said:
Anyone know if this can be done to destoke the motor?
Yes the 04 s2k crank is 90.7 mm stroke and it drops right in K-24 or k20a family blocks
Since the 100mm stroke of the k-24 is far to large to use effectively the s2k crank is your best alernative Imo 93-95mm would be the best.
 

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K20EG said:
midoriek4 said:
Anyone know if this can be done to destoke the motor?
Yes the 04 s2k crank is 90.7 mm stroke and it drops right in K-24 or k20a family blocks
Since the 100mm stroke of the k-24 is far to large to use effectively the s2k crank is your best alernative Imo 93-95mm would be the best.
the fact that the F20 spins in the opposite direction doesn't matter?
So with this crank and some custom rods and pistons is the block ready for 9000RPM's +
 

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jon v said:
K20EG said:
midoriek4 said:
Anyone know if this can be done to destoke the motor?
Yes the 04 s2k crank is 90.7 mm stroke and it drops right in K-24 or k20a family blocks
Since the 100mm stroke of the k-24 is far to large to use effectively the s2k crank is your best alernative Imo 93-95mm would be the best.
the fact that the F20 spins in the opposite direction doesn't matter?
So with this crank and some custom rods and pistons is the block ready for 9000RPM's +
? So my question still stands ?
 

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Basically in order to destroke, you do 2 things...

You sleeve it and make it smaller and you change the crank.

So the cylinder holes will decrease in diameter.
 

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nikos said:
Basically in order to destroke, you do 2 things...

You sleeve it and make it smaller and you change the crank.

So the cylinder holes will decrease in diameter.
thanks NIKOS thats what i needed to hear
what about rods?
 

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nikos said:
Basically in order to destroke, you do 2 things...

You sleeve it and make it smaller and you change the crank.

So the cylinder holes will decrease in diameter.
S2000 bore is 87 also.
 

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nikos said:
Basically in order to destroke, you do 2 things...

You sleeve it and make it smaller and you change the crank.

So the cylinder holes will decrease in diameter.
The only thing needs to happen to de-stroke an engine is to reduce the "throw" of the crank(and lengthen the rods). The bore can stay the same.
 

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nikos said:
Basically in order to destroke, you do 2 things...

You sleeve it and make it smaller and you change the crank.

So the cylinder holes will decrease in diameter.
stroke has nothing to do with bore...and the S2K spins the same way as the Ks do ... clockwise... the Bs,Ds,Hs all spin counterclockwise.. if the people on here that are giving advice dont know that dont take their word for anything honda related
 
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