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Old 18 Apr 2011, 08:31 pm
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Default Can u fit a honda engine on a 95 saturn sc2?

will a b 16 or a k 20 fit on a saturn sc2
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Old 18 Apr 2011, 08:46 pm
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It will fit with a lot of work, and it will end up costing you way more than that Saturn will ever be worth, and if you ever try to sell it no one will want it because no they will have to know what year Honda drive train to buy parts for on a Saturn SC2 this does not make sense. Just buy a Honda and you will save a pile of cash and have a better car.































You will need the engine, new mounts, new transmission, new main wiring harness, and ECU, a lot of other smaller associated parts, new torque converter if it is an auto, and the list goes on.































If you want go ahead but it is not the logical thing to do, essentially you will have a Honda wearing Saturn clothes. Or a Honda in drag!
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