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Old 07-21-2005, 11:26 PM   #1
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Hi people,

i hear the 4g13 and 4g15 head are the same.
i also hear the 4g13 block cannot be rebored to 4g15 cos cylinder walls too thin.

how come cos head is same, surely the cylinder spacing is same oso.
if 4g15 can rebore to 1.6cc why not 4g13 block...

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Old 07-22-2005, 09:08 AM   #2
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Hi people,

i hear the 4g13 and 4g15 head are the same.
i also hear the 4g13 block cannot be rebored to 4g15 cos cylinder walls too thin.

how come cos head is same, surely the cylinder spacing is same oso.
if 4g15 can rebore to 1.6cc why not 4g13 block...

TIA,
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Different with engine oredy wat.... Some engine seem like same but some creation is different inside.... if not how come ppl wana create for so many engine?? Vtec oredy have b16a,b,c in the case wat.... :D
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different mech diff style of reboring the block....some say can, some say kenot but wat i can say its just change the block..no need to re-bore, saves u lotsa trouble...also ur g13 block can use it as spare...cheaper and safer to play it that way.:)
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How much if i wanna change my 1.3 block to 1.5 block?

And wat should i do after change it?
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How much if i wanna change my 1.3 block to 1.5 block?

And wat should i do after change it?
Then this u wana go ask from Forman for the price n different lo.... :p
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eh..fred taikor...u do edi shed some light 2 em mah...ehehhe..

tell em how much it cost u 2 change the block..hehehhe
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