So I'm going to be swapping a B18c1 in my sedan hopefully before the end of the summer. My goal is to do a good clean job, and have a reliable daily driver, are these realistic goals? I would also like to keep my options open for turboing it a year or two down the road. I'm going to purchase from these guys. I'm thinking about buying the motor, trans, and ecu. http://www.hmotorsonline.com/shop/sc2000search.cgi?what=page&item=30008 or buying the complete change over. http://www.hmotorsonline.com/shop/sc2000search.cgi?what=page&item=30009 I'm thinking that I want to go with aftermarket axles from raxles, and to get a hasport mount kit. Would that be beneficial for me though, or would it make more sense to purchase the complete swap. I want to go with the lsd tranny, are there any cons to having lsd, other than it just being more expensive? What will I need to do for exhaust? Obviously it won't bolt up to my D-series exhaust (at least I don't think). I want to get a greddy sp2, I like the way those sound. Going to need shift linkage and different radiator. Wiring, aren't all 92's already pre-wired for VTEC? I was thinking about just purchasing a harness from rywire.com. I'm guessing that I should have around $5000 saved up before I start doing anything. Motor with lsd tranny 3350 + shipping, which I guess will be at least $350, so that's $3700 right there. -$100ish for a new radiator -$100ish for shift linkage -$100ish for wire harness -$1000ish for fluids, hoses, odds and ends, and in case unforeseen problems arise. So like I said I'm guessing about $5000 by the time everything is said and done. That estimate low/high? Anyone have any suggestions, insight, recommendations for me? Planning on doing the swap in our garage with my Dad, the only thing I can see us maybe having trouble with is wiring. We have an array of 1/4, 1/2, and 3/4 inch socket drives ranging from 8mm to 19mm. We have wrenches ranging from 8mm to 19mm. Obviously jacks and jack stands. Impact wrench (albeit not the most powerful one, but it gets the job done). Any other tools that would be helpful to have? How much time should we expect it to take if we take our time, do a good complete job, and only have a few hitches? Am I going to have to get it tuned since the motor is in a different car, or is it going to run fine since it's just a stock motor with a stock ecu?