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zc or z6

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by 8PoNoMo, Oct 23, 2003.

  1. 8PoNoMo

    8PoNoMo Junior Member

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    hey guys

    I was wondering, i have a 93 civic ex, and im swapping out the motor the gsr is simply out of the question along with b series swaps, (atleast for now student bills are SHIT) i need to know

    which would be better the zc or z6?

    im going to def have the i/h/e maybe even a turbo, but for now im going to go towards the all motor side, i understand its not alot but it'll get me to where im happy.. well thanks for the input in advance..
     
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    2fastaccord Senior Member

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    Bro, if you have a 93 EX you already have a Z6 in there.

    Peace*
     
  3. 2fastaccord

    2fastaccord Senior Member

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    Build the one you have if you don't want to go B-series.

    Peace*
     
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    :lmao:
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    8PoNoMo Junior Member

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    alright i didnt make myself clear, i know what i have

    and the reason why i asked this question is my miles are adding up and i didnt know if wanted to replace with the same or if the zc is better in any way shape or form
     
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    I'd say go for the z6
     
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    dude why even consider a new engine swap? stick with the z6 and enjoy the vtec-
     
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    Jim Truett Senior Member

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    :concur:

    If it is not smoking, and feels tight, keep the Z6 you have now. A basic Greddy turbo will set you back around $1400 if you install it yourself. That would be the best performance gain for the money.
     
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    greddy turbo for sohc civic for sale. pm if interested. entire kit plus bov, tapped oil pan (for y8 motor) a/g and boost guage.

    only thing is that the blades on the turbo are fuxored. shouldnt be that much to repair.

    as is: 800.00

    p.s. i ran the turbo with the fucked blades for about 4 months untill i took it off to sell it. only then did i realize that the turbo blades were damaged.

    pics of the damage are in my gallery under "greddy turbo install"

    :D
     
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