Hello everyone. First things first, I've been around Hondas for years. I know many things, but would not exactly consider myself an expert by any means. I've worked on many, including a K20a2 swap into my friend's EG coupe and several several turbo projects ranging from junkyard to full race. My roommate just blew up his mildly built cammed Y7 running 6 psi at 10:1 compression (threw a rod threw the block girdle... and the oil pan). So fuck a D series. I work at a four star restaurant and make decent enough money to start funding a project in which I've had my eyes on for quite some time. For total simplicity, I've chosen LS. I would like to do a complete NON-VTEC LS, fully built (pistons & rods, block guard, etc) with of course headwork, valvetrain, cams, oh and a GT35R. My total outlook for power is about 400 to the tire on a considerable amount of boost with a moderately conservative tune as far as timing goes. I've chosen a 91 CRX as the platform car. Planning on using a PIC suspension drag shock setup with DR's as this car will not be daily driven but it will be a street car. I've got my Accord for a daily. This would be my first venture into a B series project myself as conidentally all my other work has been done with D series or cars that had a factory B series... or well... the K swap but that's a different story. So I'm needing about as much information as possible. I understand I would use the B series axles with the CRX hubs. Are LS transmissions cable or hydro and is there any in particular I should look out for? Thanks for the help fellas!