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Old 05-30-2007, 12:02 PM
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F20B Crankshaft in an H-Series motor?

I've heard plenty rumors but I figured someone on here would now the real answer. Will an F20B S2000 crankshaft and connecting rods work in an H-Series motor? I've heard that people have done it and easily spun the motor up to 9000 rpm's. Please enlighten me. If this is true I wouldn't mind trying it.
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what people have you heard do it?

to my knowledge, no one has done it.

http://www.honda-tech.com/zerothread?id=1828494&page=1

why would you want to lose 6mm of stroke?
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I want to rev to 9000 rpms safely and still make power.
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