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    im lookin into buying a 94 or up teg but i only have 5k so its hard to find one for that...and if u do find one its got lotta miles on it so the question im asking is 1.)what engines could i swap into it 2.)What other work would have to be done to swap it in? 3.) How much would it cost for the complete swap of the diff engine

    Thx alot :grin:

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    Hate to burst your bubble, but your not going to be able to get a 94+ integra dn do a swap with 5k. Unless, you find a busted ass one for like 1500 or $2000 and then spen the other $3000 on a B18C (or B18B), your gonna need a bigger budget.
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    u misunderstood..i want to buy one for 5k then drive it til i save up enough for the new engine...5 k is for the car then get a new engine after the car is bought

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    the best engine for the integras are any of the b series engines. b18a1, b18c1, b18c5, blah blah blah. some people put h22(prelude) engines in but they tend to make the car understeer from what i understand. as for price go to http://www.ardperformance.com or http://www.jdm1.com and check out their selection. a shop in my area charges $1000 flat for a swap. you usually will have to get some additional parts to complete the swap but the parts vary so i cant give u a price. look for up to 5k for a decent swap (at least in my area)

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    btw do a search next time. this has been covered repeatedly. i think toda has a good pic for that subject...

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    On 2002-04-02 22:55, 89mustang wrote:
    u misunderstood..i want to buy one for 5k then drive it til i save up enough for the new engine...5 k is for the car then get a new engine after the car is bought
    Oh, my bad. Do what 90tegboy said. And also check out http://www.jdmhondaparts.com http://www.inlinefour.com and http://www.hondamotorsonline.com

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    what type of engine comes in the type r integra's

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    what type of engine comes in the type r integra's

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    On 2002-04-02 23:17, brandon1221 wrote:
    what type of engine comes in the type r integra's
    hmmm.. I used to have a pic for this type of question. Oh well. The type r is a B18C5.
    92 Integra GSR-T

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    im new to the board sry if this been covered..thx for info

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    no prob. go with the type r (b18c5). i think youll be happy.

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    On 2002-04-02 23:14, 90tegboy wrote:
    the best engine for the integras are any of the b series engines. b18a1, b18c1, b18c5, blah blah blah. some people put h22(prelude) engines in but they tend to make the car understeer from what i understand. as for price go to http://www.ardperformance.com or http://www.jdm1.com and check out their selection. a shop in my area charges $1000 flat for a swap. you usually will have to get some additional parts to complete the swap but the parts vary so i cant give u a price. look for up to 5k for a decent swap (at least in my area)

    Do NOT buy anything from JDM1. These people are unscrupulous and do not follow up on their promises! It has been 9 months since I ordered a B18C swap from Shaan and I still have not received all the parts supposedly included with the swap. In addition, I ordered an OBD1 swap and received an OBDII. Then they expected me to pay to ship all the incorrect stuff back before they would ship replacements. I am seeking legal action against JDM1. They cost me an additional $2000 in parts for the defective or missing parts.
    A word to the wise, don't waste your money and time.
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