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Old 11 Jul 2013, 03:03 pm
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Default What is a really good motor i can put into my 92 honda civic LX?

i just bought the car and i want to do an engine swap but i am unsure of what motor to get and what will fit. price doesn't matter. I'm looking for something with vtec and that i can fully build it with turbo. THANKS
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Old 11 Jul 2013, 03:31 pm
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B series are best since they are a direct bolt on. B16 engines are good for turbo since the cylinder walls are a bit thicker, other than that there's the GSR or ls/b20 vtec but those are more of a project and better off all motor!
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