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Old 22 Aug 2009, 02:25 pm
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Default B16 Motor in Honda Accord?

Hey guys my brother-in-law approached me about using my 1991 Honda Accord in a 24 Hour endurance race. I have never competed in such an event and am looking for some cheap ways to make my Accord lighter and Faster. I know the B16 motor out of a Honda Civic is a pretty good investment unless someone else has a better suggestion let me know. I can be contacted more directly on my MSN messenger if you would like its or you can e-mail me @
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