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OK guys,

I know I will need a motor thats about around $2500 long block I am looking at a TSX Motor.

Please senior member chime in to what else is need and cost please. I wanna see if this will be under my budget.

2500 for long block.
1000 for maybe a typer Tranny.
$$$ Mounts
$$$ Axles
$$$ Wiring
$$$ Shiftlinkage
$$$ Honda Data Or Run jdm ecu for moment.
$$$ Header.

I am trying to figure out the average cost how much it will run me :p
 

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bossman032 said:
OK guys,

I know I will need a motor thats about around $2500 long block I am looking at a TSX Motor.

Please senior member chime in to what else is need and cost please. I wanna see if this will be under my budget.

2500 for long block.fairly reasonable. alberto on Honda-tech is selling k24 longblocks out of a tsx for i believe is $2500

1000 for maybe a typer Tranny. good luck with that, the cheapest i have seen someone selling a k20R tranny i believe was $2000, and since the swap is still new, your not going to get too many importers parting out their swaps.

$500 or w/e the going price is for the eg/ek mounts Mounts

same as above, also dependent on stage or if you DIY Axles

again dependent on if you DIY or send it out to hasport etc Wiring

there is no linkage to run, just runnin the shifter cables that come with the swap Shiftlinkage

K-pro anywhere from $850+, jdm K20R ecu's i've seen going for $300 Honda Data Or Run jdm ecu for moment.

Hasport's is prob the most cost effective at $400, all other's will have to be custom made, DTR, R-Crew etc... at $800+ Header.

I am trying to figure out the average cost how much it will run me :p


check out this thread as well... http://www.k20a.org/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=1281

a lot of the stuff you posted is already covered :wink:
 
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