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Old 08 Apr 2010, 02:01 pm
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Default recommended internal mods for 1993 Civic Hatchback?

just purchased a 1993 civic hatchback and was curious as to what internal mods i should do to it. i already know what I'm going to do as far as suspension, interior, wheels, and paint. but any help as far as what swap, internals, headers, etc i should put on would be great.
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Old 08 Apr 2010, 02:16 pm
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yahoo search [google] i just yahooed hot rod 1993 civic and got lots of info,,,at my local supermarket the magazine stand has about 5 tuner mags...see what others have done,,,glade to see you not a poser...[more power to the people]
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Old 08 Apr 2010, 02:31 pm
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depends on how much money you have to spend.. but in a 93 civic hatch i have always wanted to do a JDM H22 swap, i have a JDM B16 in my 95 coupe and its pretty nice, if none of those ring your bell then the only other thing i would do is B18C5 or a B20 VTEC, again all depends on how much money you have. if you got a grip of cash then go K20 lol
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Old 08 Apr 2010, 02:46 pm
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In all honesty drive the car the way it is, that motor honestly isnt worth the money, even if you build it to the t and boost it your not going to push more than 300 and it will not be reliable, h22's are over rated sry to say heavy and cant do much with them. your best bet is either simple lsvtec swap or a gsr go with the b18c, it is just a jdm gsr also know as type r. If you really wanna spend the money do a k swap and you really turn some heads, butit bout a 5k swap not cheap. if you want the h22, just go h2b buy yourself a jdm h22 and throw a type r tranny on it, but that calls for adapter plates and gets pretty price also. volcom_sk8r_69_420@yahoo.com email me if you have serious question bout swaps or anything I can explain everything to you. hope this helps
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Old 09 Apr 2010, 01:41 am
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Default Re: recommended internal mods for 1993 Civic Hatchback?

you can get several features in 93 Civic, but its all depends on your requirements, & also that how you want to spend on the same. always think first that is that worth to buy a for your use.

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