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what kind of cold air do I buy after I swap to ZC?

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by hardweapon, Nov 11, 2002.

  1. hardweapon

    hardweapon Member

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    I was thinking about what model cold-air do I buy? A guy told me to buy a 90' Civic Si cold-air? My car is a DX sedan and I will have the motor swapped in like a couple of weeks so I need to know the following stuff.

    1. Where can I get a light-weight flywheel for a ZC?
    2. What kind of gaskets will I need? (oil pan gasket, valve cover gasket etc...)
     
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    pissedoffsol RETIRED

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    1- what tranny are you using? because the tranny is what decides the flywheel- not the motor.
    2- well, umm that really depends on what shape the motor is in. A full top end kit and a full bottom end kit will run you 350 probably... my LS top end kit from acura was 179, and i got the oil pan gasket and TB gasket extra for a total of about 220.
    considering the zc costs only double that- i would say replace what needs to be replaced.

    As for the intake- im pretty sure the si one will work... and get an AEM :)
     
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    I am going to use the DX tranny. Do you know where I can get a light weight flywheel for my civic with the Dx tranny?
     
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    big mistake useing the dx trans.
     
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    in your rearview mirror..wait..
    This has already been talked about and it is not such a big mistake, it was the premise of another thread.
     
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    in your rearview mirror..wait..
    NOPI sells the clutchmasters for $300, so i'm sure you could find it somewhere for $200-$250.
     
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    most of the Zc engines use 88-89 integra parts--call the local dealer to cross the numbers. that should help.
    lighter flywheel might help, but why chance it?
     
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