After 3 days of working on the swap I finally got her running. Stupid little shit kept happening making it take a lot longer. It sucks being 24 and having a bad back because I couldn't work on it as much I would have liked to. I had a lot of stupid problems. I stripped the bolt that holds in the drivers side mount on the a6 engine and I couldnt really fit a drill in there so it took a while to drill out. Then I bent the shift linkage getting the engine and tranny back in the car. (Laziness of not wanting to remove the bitch pin.) I was going to use the z6 intake manifold but my friend didn't tighten the fuel rail tight enough so it was leaking. I managed to break one of the studs when I was tightening it. So I had to take that manifold off and use the a6 manifold. The intake gasket didnt seal right so coolant started leaking, fuck I had to do it all over again. I got that leak to stop, but when you use the a6 manifold on the z6 block you are missing a coolant return line from the throttle body. I had to use a T for the coolant and tap into another coolant line. I finally got it started after that. I am happy with the engine so far. I wasn't planning on doing this swap but I was forced to (to see why look at the topic I blew the engine in the crx). The timing is not right in the car right now. I will fix it tomorrow. The car is misfiring a little and it pings. I am running obd0 so the distributor doesn't mount up without modificstion. The car is a little slower than before, I am hoping its the timing. I haven't hooked up vtec yet, the engine sat for a year and with the pinging I don't want to push it. I plan on using a y8 or z6 fuel pressure regulator. Right now I am running an 89 intera ecu which runs a little richer than the crx si one, in hope that it might help reduce some pinging. I can't wait for the VAFC to go in. The shifter does seem to feel funny, the shifter seems to be in a different spot but works fine. Overall the car runs better than the knocking a6 did. I am just mad that the a6 missed 200k by 5,000 miles. Pictures and possibly an article will be posted soon.