yes but you will need to run an oil line to the head,youll need a vtec capable ecu with a tune,and it is suggested to get arp head studs and pistons from the same head to be safe and do it right.
If you're asking about the compression ratio, it depends on the pistons you choose after boring the block. no, the way you increase compression is by using different pistons, an ,or smaller chamber heads. boring a block increases cubic inches.
The lowest compression ratio of a compression-ignition engine that allows a specific fuel to be ignited by compression ignition.
23:1 compression ratio
compression ratio=uncompressed image size/compressed size
The compression ratio for the 1995 Mustang is: 9.0:1
The compression ratio for NASCAR engines is limited to 12.0:1.
compression ratio = compressed size / uncompressed size the ratio should be between 1 and 0 (multiply with 100 to get the ratio in percent) a ratio greater than 1 means, the compressed size is actually greater than the uncompressed size a ratio just below 1 means bad compression the lower the ratio, the better the compression
8.4:1 is the compression ratio for 04-07 STi's.
older civics had a d16z6 up until 95. In 96 they changed to a d16y8 which had a slightly higher compression ratio and more efficient intake and exhaust portas on the cylinder head. both motors came with vtec.
The compression ratio is simply the ratio of the absolute stage discharge pressure to the absolute stage suction pressure.
"600 psi" is not a compression ratio; it's a pressure. For a RATIO, you need to compare TWO different numbers.
Nothing. Compression ratio is usually displayed as 9:1, or 9 to 1.
No, because there is always some leakage.
For 1-person CPR the compression-ventilation ratio for children (and adults and infants) are 30 compressions to 2 breaths.
The CPR compression ratio for infants and children is 30 compressions to 2 breaths. 2 people CPR compression ratio for infants is 15 compressions to 2 breaths. 2 people CPR compression ratio for children is 30 compressions to 2 breaths.
The compression ratio of engines is a value that demonstrates or shows the ratio of the volume of its combustion chamber from its largest capacity to its smallest capacity.
The compression ratio for a 1994 Pontiac Transport, according to the Owner's Manual is 8:5:1.
S.I Engine lower compression Ratio is 6 to 11
The compression and ventilation ratio for a two-person rescue CPR is 15 compression and 2 breaths.
A 1.5l SOHC I4 - 70hp@5000rpm, 90lbs-ft @ 2000rpm, 9.1 compression ratio, 75mm/84.5mm bore/stroke.
The compression ratio for this bike is 9.3:1.
The compression ratio of a combustion engine is the relationship of the largest and smallest capacities of the combustion chamber. A higher compression ratio is advantageous because the engine operates more efficiently, extracting more mechanical energy from the fuel. Most gasoline-powered engines have a compression ratio of around 10:1.