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Old 20 Aug 2007, 06:04 pm
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Default I have a 94 Legend GS which I rolled 3 times and a 94 LS which I would love to put the type II

engine in.? What additional changes would I have to make to do the job right?I would probably switch the engine and transmission to the LS.Is it still the smart thing to do to pull the engine and transmissionas a unit? The LS probably needs one axle but I want to replaceboth. Is this the ideal time to R&R the axles?I am grateful for the answers and advice I am receiving at thislocation. At last I have found great folks I can communicate withabout the Legends. Some people think I am a little hung up onthe Legends and that I should buy a new vehicle. I would if Hondawould reproduce the Legend GS with modern trinkets.Ladies/Gentlemen: Please let me know regarding the engineswap and axles. I appreciate your help.
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