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Discussion in 'Members' Lounge' started by killafred187, Oct 1, 2006.

what engine should i get

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  2. b18

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  1. killafred187

    killafred187 rip jr

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    hi how u guys doin im 14 and im kinda new but know enough abt hondas that i wanna get to be able to learn from u guys from swaping to rebulding stuff . before my bro died he was gona give me a 97 honda civic ex 4 door and i wanna know (when i get 1) how to fix,swap,and tune it. so if comeing here was a good idea i hope some1 could tell me plz thankz
     
  2. pissedoffsol

    pissedoffsol RETIRED

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    everything you have up there will work, and is surely better than the d16 thats in there now...

    it really comes down to your budget...
     
  3. Celerity

    Celerity Well-Known Member

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    You don't have the budget.

    For a B series swap, you have to have $4000 just sitting there, ready to be spent for a successful project. I would go D-series head swap, learn and take it from there.

    My friends wanted to start big, and they wound up in failure. I started small and got bigger, and my projects were successes. I say keep it simple until you really know your shit, then bite off the big ones.

    a K swap will take you either $12,000 or 4 years, if you're lucky. People do K swaps who have been doing this sort of thing for 10+ years. -> I <- have been doing this for 10+ years, and I wouldn't attempt a K swap.
     
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