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Old 25 Nov 2007, 06:01 pm
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Default Can Anyone tell me a web site where I can find K-series motors (Aura/Honda)?

I have tried several sites such as Passwordjdm, Tigerjapanese etc. I have googled the best I can and I am getting no where. I have found one K24a1 but I'd like to look at some others. I cannot afford a K20 so that is deffinately out of the question. If anyone finds a site can you please answer a.s.a.p
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Old 25 Nov 2007, 06:16 pm
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i got two....www.osakajdmmotors.comand www.hmotorsonline.com
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Old 25 Nov 2007, 06:31 pm
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ebay or http://www.jdm-online.com/index.php?...629c7e28ethose are the only two i know really other than password jdm
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Old 25 Nov 2007, 06:46 pm
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If you cant afford the K20, then you need to be looking at different engines. The swaps for these are HIGH DOLLAR. to put a K20/K24 engine in a 92-00 civic chassis counting parts and labor and done CORRECTLY you are going to spend $10,000 EASY. What year/make of car are you putting it into? Do you have the necessary experience in mechanical and wiring for this swap? This is not a simple swap like most honda engines. Just be sure you know what you are getting into before you invest in an engine that you can't afford to get put into your car. To put it into perspective a B-series (B16A/B18C) into a 92-00 Civic is only about $3,500 including the motor and labor. That is $6,500 cheaper and only 30 HP difference than the K20. A turbo kit from Greddy or Turbonetics is $3,500 leaving another $3,000 PLUS getting about 50 more useable HP from the stock internal B-series engine.
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Old 25 Nov 2007, 07:01 pm
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y dont u try digging it up in the junk yard ...young kids crashing rsx now and days
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