Remember the different Lego kits that you had when you were a kid? They always started out as distinct sets, but the pieces would invariably end up being mixed and matched to create a variety of frankentoys. Ten years of Honda B series motors (ranging from 1.6L to 2.0L) have provided tuners with countless hours of fun as different hybrid motors were assembled in ways never intended by Honda, to be put in cars never intended by the manufacturer - some unholy small displacement combos putting down over 200hp to the wheels. This handy-dandy guide over at Sport Compact Car shows which heads match with which blocks using which wiring harnesses powered by which fuel setups controlled by which ECU.
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