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Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by t0pk0w, Jun 7, 2003.

  1. t0pk0w

    t0pk0w Member

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    Its not that im having trouble finding a jdm b16 i just dont know who to buy from. anyone have any bad experience with a certain company???
     
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    RV1TOOMANY Junior Member

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    GO TO (HMOTORSONLINE.COM) YOU SHOULD FIND WHAT YOU ARE LOOKING FOR :worthy:
     
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    pills_PMD Super Moderator

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    wow.. you must have been hammered last night milan...

    i've seen nothing but 2 a.m. drunken posts from you!
     
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    yup, once again. I am a very nice person but once I end up working for my pops cooking I want to kill someone. So I end up drinking the night away.


    go with hmotorsonline, jdmhondaparts.com, just do a search online and ask others from clubsi.com that would help also.


    Milan
     
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    thanx for puttin up with us noobs
     
  7. JDMilan

    JDMilan Senior Member

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    Nah, don't mind me. I am a very calm passive person until I drink and then I come onto performance forums late night. I will never call someone out for being a newbie, cause we were all once there ourselves. You learn as you go. Good luck with the motor, and remember don't be a pussy when it comes with swapping in motors, it's not hard at all.


    Milan
     
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    E_SolSi Member of the 20 nut club Moderator VIP

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    i am VERY happy that i did my own swap (with help from friends :) ) the ammount that i learned was worth far more than the ammount it would have cost to have a shop do it
     
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    My resume:

    1st ever swap - done by shop (b16)
    -paid extra 800 for labor
    -they used the wrong AC bracket
    -i didn't have my car for one fucking month
    -this prick had almost every excuse
    -one month after swap, AC went, 2 alternators went, CEL, fucking CEL

    Swaps 2-10 - done by me (b16/B18)
    -swap done in two days with no hoist and replacement of all gaskets and timing belt
    -never ever broke down
    -ran a best 13.3 with a stock longblock B16
    -I ran these motors and then sold them to local kids and did the swaps
    -No cels
    -parts always worked



    Plus it's fun, that is the reason we are all here.


    Milan
     
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