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Old 07-24-2008, 07:36 PM   #1
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anybody ever rebuild a jdm d15b

i know a lot of people on here are into vx, which I believe is the same thing as this jdm motor. as you have to use the vx timing belt, water pump, rings....
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There is actually two (maybe more) versions of the jdm d15b.

The one is the high output vtec version, much like the d16z6 vtec in usdm land.

The other one is nearly identical to the d15z1 lean-burn vtec-e, the usdm vx motor.

All three of the motors share a lot of parts but none are 100% identical. The most identical are the d15z1 and the d15b lean-burn vtec-e.
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ok, I wasn't even aware of that. come to find out its a CX, not a JDM d15B.
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