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Know Where To Beat These Prices?

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by GTIginsterVR6, Jan 6, 2003.

  1. GTIginsterVR6

    GTIginsterVR6 Junior Member

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    I find out later this week if my GTI is totalled or not. If it is I will probably be doing a swap into my 92 CX. These prices are from a group buy currently going on for the MI region. The group buy ends in a week and I am pretty sure I won't be able to figure everything out by then or get the insurance money if it is totalled. Some people posted saying they have better/cheaper sources but won't give names for fear of a mad rush. I have been searching for hours but can't seem to find better prices or even same prices. These are for everything needed for a swap- engine, tranny, ecu, axles, mounts, etc., and the prices are shipped. The only extra needed would be linkage, but people were saying that would easily be $80 at the most. Anyone know where/how I can find similiar/better prices? Thanks for the help.

    1st Gen B16a OBD-0 $1050.00
    2nd Gen B16a OBD-1 or OBD-2 $2000.00
    Civic Type R B16B OBD-2 $4000.00
    GSR B18C OBD-1 or OBD-2 $2900.00
    H22A OBD-1 or OBD-2 $2200.00
    H23A OBD-2 $2200.00
    H22A Type-S OBD-2 $3200.00
    Integra Type R B18CR $4500.00
     
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    asmallsol Super Moderator

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    Try www.HybridRevolution.com and if you do end up buying from them, tell them that Collin snyder of hondaswap sent you (so i can get a little a little bit of a hook up)

    But those prices are not bad if they are shipped
     
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    cerx Junior Member

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    Also try streetimports.com . THey offer a couple of engines plus half cut cars i you want to do a rhd conversion for not much more than just buying the motor. The motors are a complete swap minus the drive train.
     
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    pissedoffsol RETIRED

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    those prices are good.
    just makes sure the motor has been compression tested and comes with a startup guarantee
     
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    There is this other company called nippon-motors.com they have some pretty good prices as well, ask for Robert, I talk to him all the time.
     
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