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Old 06-19-2008, 07:31 PM
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Icon6 h23 Rebuild....?

Ok so i was wondering if anyone has/had/ or could make a list in what would be good to replace in a rebuild to make a H23 Turbo ready... i know i made a thread on a H23 swap. but i asked around here i was told it would be best to just Boost my 23. Not like i am going for 20+ psi i want something like 10-15 psi. so could someone help me out?

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I searched and didn't find anything.... so any help would be LOVED


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Do you Have to have it sleeved to run forged pistons??
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There's 1 forged piston that you can run in the H-series, its called the Mahle Gold Series. Search for them, there's plenty of discussion about them on this site. Other than those pistons, YES, you NEED to have the block sleeved to run any other forged piston.
The list:
pistons
rings
rods
sleeves
polished and balanced crank
main and rod bearings
head and main studs

i know there's other stuff that i'm missing
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But you need that scoop on the hood. Is it true that they're big enough to fit your lunch box and all your camera gear in it?
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a piece of advice, coming from someone who's been there, and done that......

if your gonna simply gonna boost whatever motor comes in your car stock, fine. no problem.


but if you wanna BUILD a motor for boost, then buy a spare motor for cheap that either blew a head gasket, spun a bearing, or timing belt skipped, and build that one from scratch. it'll be MUCH less downtime for your car cuz you wont have pull the motor out, buy all the parts and wait for them to come in, then send the block and parts to a shop to have them build it, then ship it back to you, then you gotta drop it in.

ya dig???
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http://www.importperformanceparts.ne...old-honda.html

http://www.rpmmachine.com/shop/html/...ory-150-0.html

Just some stuff i thought some people would like to see? maybe?

and also i do not see if that is a Stock rebuild kit...?
Would that be a Turbo ready kit? as if i get the mahle pistons
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Anyone know of a performance rebuild kit?
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i never really seen any rebuild kits, just gotta piece it together yourself.

that kit that you linked is just a rebuild kit with stock stuff, not forged.
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