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Old 01-29-2011, 01:24 PM   #1
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pr3-2 head. what head is this

hey guys i just bought a bare head stamped pr3-2, 2 silenoids, 3 ecus, cams, cam gears, and 8 injectors for $80 bucks. pretty good deal i think. anyway my question is. i was told it was a gsr head but ive been reading that it could be a itr or b16 head.

is there anyway to tell what head it is and what kind of components should i use in it. the head is bare so theres nothing else that will tell me what it is for sure. buddy had another bare head that i was gonna take but it had some scoring where the cams go, like near where the cam caps would be. i left it, but i was wondering if the scoring could be machined out.

any tips would be awesome
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it is a b16/itr head.

so you can run any of the b series head stuff as they're mostly interchangeable. good deal for sure.
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Old 01-30-2011, 01:43 PM   #4
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this might be a stupid question. but im new to vtec stuff. if i have a non vtec valve train can i use the valves and springs in a vtec head
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this might be a stupid question. but im new to vtec stuff. if i have a non vtec valve train can i use the valves and springs in a vtec head

Unless you are using upgraded non vtec valve train, it isn't recommended.
Dont cheap out on valve train, it is a vital part of your internal combustion engine.

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