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Where To Get A Complete Dohc Zc Swap For 1grand

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by doofnoil, Jun 22, 2003.

  1. doofnoil

    doofnoil Senior Member

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    I'm looking for a complete dohc zc swap +service parts that I need to replace for 91 crx dx for around 1 g. Is it possible? If not are there places online that sell usdm engines like a d16a6? DOES ANYONE KNOW WTF HAPPENED TO THE CRX RESOURCE?! I'm looking for a turbo setup for under a grand, but I don't think it's going to happen, so I figured I would go with the zc for now and build the setup later. Any suggestions?( plz don't say bseries or save my money...) any replies would be greatly appreciated.
     
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    You gotta love the ZC swap. Cheap and easy. There's a place here in FL that has several in stock for $700 I think.
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    here you go:
    http://www.stormperformance.net/Honda.htm
    They have them in stock in FL and in CA
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    And the CRX resource moved, but everything stayed the same. I'll post the link when I get to my home PC.
     
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    hmotorsonline.com. 800 shipped without tranny. There proven for reliability though. you can go cheap, but you get what you pay for.
     
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    Well, to each his own. I'm on the east coast. in FL. It's worth it to me to go pay $100 less, get a free tranny and ECU, and see the engine in person. Maybe even bring some oil, a battery, and a compression guage to verify the motor's condition. Plus, they're not any "cheaper" than Hmotorsonline, and the motors come with a 30 day warranty, not just a start-up guarantee. If you notice, they want more for a longblock than hmotorsonline, so that makes them cheaper???They just happen to have an eastcoast warehouse, so SE US residents can save on shipping(big $$$ from CA). Nobody can match Hmotor's reputation amd prices, but he asked about a complete swap, not just a longblock. Somebody should tell Steve to set up an East coast location to make a fortune. I don't know anyone here that would pay $300 shipping for a $500 engine. But you get what you pay for (that is, you get nothing in return for shipping charges. It's money wasted if you can find the same item locally)
     
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