I bought a 93 civic Si (I'm in Canada, I don't know if theres any difference between canadian and american models...but I thought i'd state this just to be sure) for a whopping $400. It needs a clutch and most likely a flywheel and I'm thinking about replacing the engine... it's in rough shape. It has over 220 thousand KMs on it and I had it looked at before I bought it and turns out an exhaust valve is miss-firing or not working at all. Needless to say this thing needs some work. I think i'm an idiot for buying it and not knowing much about cars. So I thought i'd come to some people who know what they're talking about, because obviously I don't. So basically I need to fix this thing,cheap. I'm in school and only work part-time so the cheaper the better. I need to know whether or not buying a clutch kit and a flywheel from someplace like PartSource would be a good idea. Or should I just try to find an engine-tranny combo. Last but certainly not least is the engine, something do-able on a budget. I really don't care about my quarter mile times or 0-60 (... :cry2 well not now at least (I'm still a man dammit). I just care about getting this thing running, and keeping it that way. I found a pretty good site (I think) with engines and parts: (Tiger Japanese Auto Parts Ltd. - Your source for all JDM engines, transmissions and more...) This place is based in Toronto (about an hour away from where I live) so if there's anything worth while I could easily make the drive. and more specifically I found this: HEADING_TITLE This looks like everything I need, except the linkage (the shifter in this thing is sloppy as hell). I need to know if this engine will fit in my car and if it does, then how much custom work will have to be done (if any) or if there is engine mounts that I can buy for this set-up. Since i'm on a budget i'll most likely try to just find a stock engine replacement. Any help would be appreciated, try to keep in mind that i'm admittedly a noob and don't know fuck about shit. Thanks for your time.