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Old 02 Oct 2007, 06:30 pm
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Default What other motor can i fit into my 1994 honda accord ex? I want to go faster.?

ANd do i have to buy the transmission also? And if i do have to buy the transmission is there any in automatic? I know its difficult but i cant drive standard it sux for me.
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Old 02 Oct 2007, 06:33 pm
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there are alot of engines that will fit, it just depends on if you want to do lots of work and spend lots of money, your best bet is to find an accord with a v6 and swap the whole front drivetrain, it would be the cheapest and easyest, you will never pull as much power out of a honda that you can get out of the pontiac gto or dodge charger
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Old 02 Oct 2007, 06:36 pm
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Hey, You can run the H22 or H23 from a Prelude, and it will bolt up directly to your tranny. They are both around the 200-220 HP range. Good luck
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Old 02 Oct 2007, 06:40 pm
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yo, yea man ur best pick is a h22a, i had a 95 accord coupe with a h22swap, plus turbo but then my car got wrecked so yea i had to sell it, i was pushin around 323hp on the flyhweels, my car was a sleeper killin everythin in site! their is no point in doing a swap if you have an automatic, an automatic transmission can not handle all that power, u have to have a stick and if u decide to change ur transmission from a auto to a stick thats gonna cost u a lot man, an automatic transmission is like straight and a manual transmission like goes towards the side. 2nd of all if its not a accord ex, im assuming you have a accord lx, ur gona have to upgrade ur brakes i suggest crossed drilled brake rotors, lx brakes cant handle all that power u need a ex or some really good brakes.
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Old 02 Oct 2007, 06:42 pm
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If your gonna have or want a fast car, learn to drive manual. Manual is ment for fast cars.
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Old 02 Oct 2007, 06:46 pm
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lmao whats the point in making a car faster if your gonna have it an automatic. Dude learn how to drive a clutch, you will never go back once you do. It took me 1 day to learn. automatics are lame and it'll be a waste of your money to supe up an automatic they put you to sleep. however. it's your call if you want to remain a little sissy boy.
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