Brian Crower Honda Acura B18C/B16A/B17A Camshafts - Stage 2 Normally Aspirated

Our Price: $613.77
Vendor: Brian Crower SKU: BC0012


B16A / B18C Camshafts

The B16A Honda engine made it's worldwide debut back in 1989 in the JDM CR-X. It was then released in Europe in the Civic in 1992. The B16A3 first saw production in the US back in 1993 in the del Sol chassis. The B16A2 made it's final USDM appearance in the 99-00 Civic Si as well as Canada in the Civic SiR. The JDM B16A was also discontinued in 2000, last used in the 3 door/4 door EK4. The B18C Honda engine was released in the JDM Integra SiR (DC) in 1995 and continued in the JDM Integra Type-R through 2000. The B18C1 appeared in the US Acura Integra GS-R in 1994 and was used until 2000. The B18C5, which had higher compression, larger cams, etc...was released in the JDM Integra Type-R in 1994 and used until 2000. The B17A1 was only available in the US in the 1992-93 Acura Integra GS-R.

All Motor Street and/or High Boost Turbo
Hot street/strip or road race spec. Use with CAI, H, E, ECU, A/F mods. Excellent street manners and idle quality. Requires kit BC0010 or BC0010S..

Rocker Ratio: 1.55:1 mid, 1.5:1 sec, 1.45:1 pri.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Do not use impact wrench/gun to torque cam gear to camshaft.Torque cam gear bolt to 22 ft lbs. Aftermarket cams are chilled cast and require a lesser torque value than the OEM/factory steel cams. If using aftermarket gears, make certain the cam gear bolt is able to engage 3 to 4 threads into the body of the cam. Thicker gears will cause the cam bolt to only engage the threads in the snout, increasing the chance of breakage.