So I've been a stranger again, I know. Update on my life. First and foremost, I found out the hard way that ignorance is not bliss with Penndot, and that the mail-forwarding form from the USPS does not include Penndot items. That being said, I have a suspended license, due to citations I got last summer when I wrecked the GSXR, and didn't respond because I didn't update my address when I moved, only filed a mail-forwarding form, got pulled over a month ago in the Jetta because I was going 5 mph UNDER the speed limit more or less, impounded the car, and yeah. My dealership took possession of my car, and wouldn't let go until I could prove I had a valid license. It's suspended for 6 months, I took care of everything except for the actual serving of the suspension, which I'm doing now. Ended up getting fed up, being that I still had to make my payment, and insurance, and couldn't even look at the car in my driveway. Didn't even have it long enough to take pictures, so they said they could give me something as a payoff that I could take, and wouldn't have a payment or anything, one of the options was a 91 Civic EF. I said whatever, opted for the civic, even though I've been robbed, but I figured I had a 6 months suspension so that's 6 months of car payments that I can put into restoring the car, swapping the motor, building and boosting it, right. Hadn't seen the car, so I was prepared for the worst. I started talking about it to a couple of my close friends, and started talking about how much easier life would be if there happened to be a B swap or something in it, since that would let me pass up the step of switching to PGMFI, and I'd have at least a 5spd tranny instead of a 4spd, assuming it was a manual transmission. I don't have any pictures because they haven't dropped it off yet, but I went to see the car when I went to sign the paperwork, and I was in for a surprise. I didn't get to look close until after I signed, and I got worried when I saw 170k on the odo section of the paperwork. So I go outside, and whoever had the car before me, took damn care of it physically at least. First it's the blue color of older colors, but it's in great shape. Only rust is about the size of a quarter, on one of the rear panels. Inside, I found a manual transmission, that had a 5spd shift knob. I still wasn't sure, because it's easy to switch knobs. I popped the hood, and found a PGMFI, DOHC motor. Looked to be an LS, but the engine tag was dirty and couldn't read the code, so I assumed either a B18A1 or a ZC something. I found a towel, and cleaned it off, and it's a ZC swap. Now here's my problem. I'm doing this right. And doing it right the first time. Quality parts for whatever motor I may use, and I have at least 6 months and a garage, so I'm not rushed. I may pick up an ebay turbo kit, strictly for the other parts that are actually useable from it, like everything but the turbo itself. The motor will be built, a close friend of mine is a mechanic, actually the one who got me into Honda's, and has built himself a couple impressive EF's, so he's going to be giving me some help with the build. Back to my problem. First off, I don't really know how to distinguish between the different ZC swaps, I assume that it's the number below the ZC tag, but I don't know what it is offhand and won't know untill the car is brought to me. Second off, I don't know how many miles are on the motor, and obviously neither does my dealership, but I know that it's not 170k. Third, and my biggest problem, is that neither myself of my friends know jack shit about ZC's, what kind of parts they take, what the sizes are for anything, what it's compatible with, any specs, compression, literally anything. I'm sure you can figure out where you guys come in. Any insight? P.S. I'll have pictures of everything as soon as I get it here.