T-Sleeves

Bkulletproof sleeve design featuring three-dimensional supports that greatly reduce dynamic side loading commonly experienced by conventional replacement sleeves. AEBS T-Sleeve with solid deck technology provides unsurpassed head gasket surface sealant area. All sleeve work comes with matched cooling ports to the factory head gasket. This ensures optimal cooling efficiency for both the cylinder head and block. Engineered for Naturally Aspirated, Nitrous Oxide, Turbocharged, and Supercharged engines.

  • Patent pending allowed
  • Same material used in top fuel cars
  • Successfully tested to 55 lbs of boost
  • "Best Engineered Sleeve" ... Sport Compact Car Magazine

SLEEVEINSTALLATION
PN# DESCRIPTION MSRP
100-ABTSB

Honda

B-Series
B16 / B17 / B18 / B20 $1275
C30A / C32B (NSX) $2275
F20C
(S2000) $1275
H-Series
H22 / H23 Closed Deck $1275
H22 / H23 Open Deck $1275
K-Series
K20(RSX) / K24 $1275

Nissan

SR20DE(T) $1275
QR25 (Spec V) $1275

Subaru

EJ20 (WRX) $1275
EJ25 (STI) $1275
INSTALLATIONOPTIONS
PN# DESCRIPTION MSRP
100-ABOR Install Copper O-Rings $200
100-ABBH Final Bore and Hone (Stock Diameter to 1mm Overbore) $200
Final Bore and Hone (1mm and larger Overbore) $250
RAWSLEEVESETS
PN# DESCRIPTION MSRP
AEBS 2/3 Honda B16 / B17 / B18 $440
AEBS 4/5 Honda B20 $440
AEBS 8/9 Honda K20 (RSX) / Honda F20C (S2000) / Honda H22 / H23 $440
AEBS 13/14 Honda C30A / C32B (NSX) $830
AEBS 6/7 Nissan QR25 (Spec V) $440
AEBS SR20SF/DF Nissan SR20DE(T) $440
AEBS EJ20 Subaru EJ20 (WRX) $560
AEBS EJ20BB Subaru EJ20 (WRX) BIG BORE (99mm) $560
AEBS EJ25 Subaru EJ25 (RS / STI) $560

Additional Info


How to properly package your block for shipping to AEBS
  1. Strip block of all bolt-on / bolt-in items, except water plugs. Degrease and clean block to remove engine oil. If the block arrives dirty, with sensors, or with bolt-on/bolt-in items, there will be an additional dissasembly and cleaning charge.
  2. Use an 18 x 18 x 15 Heavy Duty Box for shipping. Cut two pieces of plywood to fit the box opening (approximately 17 1/4in. x 17 1/4 in.)
  3. Place one piece of plywood at the bottom of the carton.
  4. Place three (3) inches of large bubble wrap on top of the wood, on the carton floor.
  5. Place the block on the packing with the crank end against the piece of wood.
  6. Pack bubble wrap firmly between the block and carton with three (3) inches on top.
  7. Place the second piece of plywood on top of the package.
  8. Add more bubble wrap on top so that there is no movement of the enclosed block when the box is sealed.


DO NOT USE PACKING POPCORN / PEANUTS!

These (usually) styrofoam items break down and don't provide any support for the block. When this happens, the "crumbs" also get into the oil and coolant passageways, forcing us to clean the block thoroughly before installation, resulting in nominal cleaning charges.