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    Re: EK1 Monster

    Where did you get the manifold for the weber side draft?

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    Re: EK1 Monster

    Where did you get the manifold for the Weber side draft?

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    Re: EK1 Monster

    Quote Originally Posted by 2ndGenGuy View Post
    You won't have a super easy time finding a head. But every Canadian Accord was non-cvcc, so you don't have to look too far, or know Japanese to find one.

    To be honest, I don't think you'll notice a ton of difference between the CVCC head and the non-cvcc version on the same engine. They say those heads bumped compression, but I'm not sure by how much exactly.

    There are quite a few B18 swaps out there. It's definitely going to make you more power than even a built EK1. And probably better gas mileage at the equivalent power. Like, if you were able to build an EK to 140hp, it's probably going to be sucking down some gas, not to mention some drivability. I could be wrong though...

    Either way, it's going to be work.
    He's not even kidding, my a20 with the DCOEs drinks gas like a 2 dollar slut at a bukkake convention
    Originally posted by Shady_Pro:

    ya piggy backing our ecu's is like putting webbers on your lude....useless!...

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    Re: EK1 Monster

    Quote Originally Posted by dedens View Post
    Where did you get the manifold for the Weber side draft?
    Look up DanST Engineering. Doesn't have that listed on his site but send him an email with what you have. I snail mailed him an intake gasket for the a20a1 and he was able to build me an intake for dual Weber dcoe. Took about 3 weeks total from when I email him first. Cost was 235 pounds sterling which converted to 312$ at the time.
    Only one out of at least 10 companies I contacted that was willing to build the intake for me and the price was damn good.
    Originally posted by Shady_Pro:

    ya piggy backing our ecu's is like putting webbers on your lude....useless!...

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    Re: EK1 Monster

    Anyone know if you can use and EF head (non-CVCC) on a EK1 (83) block? Would this offer the same improvements as the EL?

    Honda cylinder head 1.6 liter 1975-1978 L4 OHC Gas EF1 HF01 Aluminum 8 NA No Jet

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    Re: EK1 Monster

    Quote Originally Posted by dedens View Post
    Anyone know if you can use and EF head (non-CVCC) on a EK1 (83) block? Would this offer the same improvements as the EL?

    Honda cylinder head 1.6 liter 1975-1978 L4 OHC Gas EF1 HF01 Aluminum 8 NA No Jet

    Due to the changes made on the EL and EK in 82, i don't think anything will fit except an EL head from the same year.

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    Re: EK1 Monster

    Quote Originally Posted by InAccordance View Post
    Look up DanST Engineering. Doesn't have that listed on his site but send him an email with what you have. I snail mailed him an intake gasket for the a20a1 and he was able to build me an intake for dual Weber dcoe. Took about 3 weeks total from when I email him first. Cost was 235 pounds sterling which converted to 312$ at the time.
    Only one out of at least 10 companies I contacted that was willing to build the intake for me and the price was damn good.
    Damn, that is a steal of a price for a one-off built part like that.

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    Re: EK1 Monster

    I know right. He can make more though since he has the pattern now though. It's listed on the website. Pics aren't right but it there.
    Originally posted by Shady_Pro:

    ya piggy backing our ecu's is like putting webbers on your lude....useless!...

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