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j32 in a 91 hatch

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by dateg513, Aug 27, 2010.

  1. dateg513

    dateg513 New Member

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    I was put up to do this swap. I'm retiring from Honda game so I fig i'd go out with a bang. Has anyone on here done one in a ef????? If so let me know so I can bug you to death and shit. We did one in a eg recently , but ef needs a lot of bay mods so anyone please let me know. I'm mainly looking for swap header, and numbers on track.I have almost everything else covered . I'm starting this winter.
     
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    its beeen done. saw one back on 07 in miami shit bad assssss
     
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    shittiest part is that the engine has to stick out of the hood. or you dont have a hood at all..


    or you can have a gay ass hoodscoop.
     
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    if you're doing that much work, I would run no hood, but that's just me
     
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    I don't know about you guy but the hood needs to be closed for me to want to drive it..I mean why would I want to drive around with no hood.. What are u doing to do if u get trapped in a bit of rain or if your parked & your side really quick..are u really ok with people walking around your car cuz they can see what your running..I'm not ok with that..
     
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    Plus let me add this..why do j when you could take a s2000 motor and put in a ek.. & do the rear as well and get the same kind of power that you get out of a j... In my eyes if it don't fit it don't work!!!!
     
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    We are currently putting a s2k motor in a 89 accord lxi! We are using a rx 7 rearend and got the tunnel cut the car is re inforced, still a lot more to do though
     
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    A J motor is bigger than a F motor. More displacement=more torque and power potential ;)

    Though as far as fitment, this really an opinion. Plenty of guys with the know-how and skill like to "make" things work.
     
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