When asking a question, such as about an engine swap, a header, valvetrain, transmissions, CEL codes, or really anything else, here's one step to keep others sanity intact. After searching hard, if you either do not find any answer, or not enough information, then you may post your question in the proper category, eg., don't post a question about your GZ250 in the 1st gen CRX forum, comprende? Also, wen y0 iz be tawkin lik dis mayne bout'cho whipgame aint not a dayum ting nun of deez pimp on herre can do fo yo ass cuz WE CAN'T READ WHATEVER GOD-FORSAKEN PROBLEM YOU'RE TRYING TO TYPE ABOUT. I'm sure you all have at least a 6th grade education if you're smart enough to be on a intardnet forum, so please, impress us all with at least your best attempt at proper english. It will help us all in the end. And when searching through the For Sale threads, it's your best bet to start from the beginning of the list. Generally, posts on the second page, could very well be obsolete and from 6+ months ago, so pay attention to when it was posted. Again, don't be fooled, oh noobs, because some old threads can be at the top, due to other noobs, who weren't smart enough to read this tutorial on survival here, and brought back a 4 year old dead for sale thread looking for a bumper. There used to be a bright red notification right above the reply box on threads that were more than a month old, but for whatever reason that's gone, so I'll fabricate my own for demonstration. This message has been paid for by the Users Against Over-Asked Noob Questions Foundation.