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Old 06-28-2003, 10:08 PM   #1
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Integra Engine Swap hp ?

Question. A friend of mine just brought up his Integra from Texas. He says he has a B20B block and a Civic Si head. What kind of horsepower do you think he's got? There aren't any internal mods that I know of. Just some bolton's like cam gears, header, exhaust, v-tech controller, chip. Just curious cause it doesn't feel like it has much more oomph than my LS has until the v-tech kicks in.
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he's prolly running around 180hp with those mods.
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Thanks a lot for the info. Do you happen to know an approximate torque rating, or is that asking too much?
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1st is VTEC, no "h" (we gotta get the word out to everyone...sheesh...)

2nd, i'd say closer to 200, cuz ls/vtec's have been known to push around 200 to the wheels w/ a few simple mod's...
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Sorry. I knew that. I don't know why I put that there.
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prolly around 175ft/lbs
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isnt that torque figure kinda high?/ i was thinking between 150 and 160 im prolly wrong though
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sorry i thought it was a crvtec, yea it should be lower than.
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I've seen fully built CRVTEC's laying down no more than 140 ft/lbs NA. The thing about them is not how high the torque numbers are. It's were the peak torque lays in the rpm band.
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I've seen fully built CRVTEC's laying down no more than 140 ft/lbs NA. The thing about them is not how high the torque numbers are. It's were the peak torque lays in the rpm band.


its jus like the b18b motors which have less torque then the gsr, yet will pull them off the line an down low....
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I thought they had the same torque numbers? 127ft/lbs?
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