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Old 27 Apr 2009, 02:10 am
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Default fs/ft built jdm h23a vtec motor wit h22 tranny

Up for sale or trade is a fully built h23a vtec motor and h22 tranny and p13 ecu looking to get 2100.00 or trade for someones dd just need a car asap..
come on guys show me what u got or pm me so we can make a deal.......
Top end(h22 head)
Polished valve cover
srv cams
skunk2 valves and springs
hondata valve steam seals and retainers
3angle valve job
No name header and down pipe

Bottom end(h23 block)
darton sleeves
aries pistons
eagle rods,bearings,and pins
knife edge crank

Tranny(h22)
stage 3 act 6 puck sprung
11lbs flywheel

do have some of the boost stuff for this motor like
turbo mani(treadstone)
5bolt down pipe
turbo xs fmic 3in inlet and outlet
greddy profect b 2 turbo timer
turbo xs RFL bov
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