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J32 or J35 swap into a 1994 Accord ex

Discussion in 'Accord' started by JLsorenson90, Jul 25, 2011.

  1. JLsorenson90

    JLsorenson90 New Member

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    What kind of work would need to be done to pull this off? and does anyone no any shops in southern California that could help out with the swap?
     
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    Mounts, wiring, tuning... same as any other engine swap into an Accord really- you're just dealing with a larger engine. I don't see J mounts for your car on HASport or Innovative's web sites though, so you might have to fabricate something on your own.
     
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    what would something like this cost? because I'm just testing the waters to see because my car was owned by someone who wasnt to bright,because I brought it to a shop that only works on hondas and they said there was to much weird stuff going on under the hood. So they won't touch my car and I have $3000 invested in a car that won't pass emissions so its unregisterable in California
     
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    No way to know without consulting the shop. The swap is still pretty new, and there are a LOT of variables in performing an engine swap that can swing the cost all over the place. I could probably do one for a 2-3 thousand, but my resources and skills are likely not the same as your resources and skills.
     
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