If you just wanna know whats up, Skip the next Paragraph. I'd like to start off by Thanking everybody that has helped this project so-far, Including but not limited to; The boys at Honda-Tech.com for explaining to my dumb-ass what parts I needed to use to make ANY power out of one of the lowest HP blocks honda has ever manufactored, Ryan Ango (syP), Paul Fielder (LedZepp) for lugging my car back out to Plano and taking good care of it while it was in Pauls possesion, Zack Vaughn (Father Time) For dealing with that goddamn hood latch cable, Kyle Coglanises *Definatly mispelled, but he's definatly a goon anyways* and George Meyerholz *GF's Father who has turned MANY wrenches in his day, and got off of work, and literally attacked my car with tools. Last night I finally got my the parts together to get my little build-up project going for my 1992 Honda Civic Hatchback. A little bit of Background on the car is this is the car my Mother and Dad bought BRAND NEW off the lot back in 92 with the money my mother had recieved from her father passing away before they divorced, and was the car that picked me up on weekends for Countless years. My father claimed bankruptcy back in 05 and the IRS had been after the Hatch for nearly 2 years now, and he gave me the car in late 06 so it could stay in the family, and the government couldn't take it... The car was the bottom of the line CX Hatchback, Manual everything 70hp, only feature is A/C. Last night we tore the 8 Valve head off the motor, Replaced a rusted-out door, Replaced a broken hood-latch cable, Added a working Tachometer and Speedometer, Put a SI Camshaft into a 16 Valve Honda head and Adjusted its lash *Paul and George rocked this out* so ALL thats left is to pickup a Used intake mani off a 92-95 Civic DX/LX an Intake Mani Gasket, and new head Bolts and it will all come together!!! This swap has been done before and with the more aggressive cam, and the longer stroke of the 8 valve block has dynoed 127hp on another car with the same setup as mine *This is not a ricer number, this is a proven dyno sheet with this weird-ass Franken swap* Again, I'd like to thank everyone who helped, and here are the pics of the Tear/down and swap progress. I will post Dyno numbers and Track numbers when I hit the Dyno/Track.