Right...correll said:The civic type R is a 1.6L motor and the integra type R is a 1.8L
and I think the ITR has higher compression ratio than the CTR
oh... I was talking about the older CTR vs. ITRnikos said:THe japanese Civic type r and integra type r are exactly the same. The only reason why honda in japan shows them with 5 hp difference is that the header is different since they are in different cars and some minor differences in the ecu.
Also, the civit type r has an electric power steering pump, that is why it has an idler pulley instead of the power steeting pulley.
What's difference between the k20a2 and the k20a J-spec found in the CTR and ITR?nikos said:The euro Civic type r has the rsx type s engine.. k20a2 with very minor differences.
Look on the main page man there is a forum just for EG civic swaps.... but just incase you are slow.... jp... http://www.k20a.org/forum/showthread.php?t=745 there are pdf's there with all the swap info. All depends on what motor you decide to buy. Price is hard to estimate since it depends on where you get your parts. Id say it could get done for under 6000 no problem if you take your time and look for parts... later browong said:What's difference between the k20a2 and the k20a J-spec found in the CTR and ITR?
Also can someone direct me with a link to with a list of all the things I need to drop a k20a2 into a old 93 civic HB? I know this swap isn't a direct drop and it's costly [how much?] but I've been trying to search on here and on Honda-Tech for a write up or a basic explination or even a FAQ on this topic but couldn't find anything specific enough. Sorry for the dumb questions.. new to engines.
Hi. My first post here. Nice place you have and some cracking information. :dance:db8us said:From what i understood the Euro has NO LSD.
The JDM has it and it has around 20HP more.
iwilson said:In additional the JDM K20A uses a wideband O2 sensor and the K20A2 a narrow band.