The new issue of Honda Tuning has a "how to" on installing a K20A into the 94-00 Integra.
That's hard to predict but I believe that prices for complete engine swap packages from the RSX Type S will remain around $3500 to $4500. You may be able to get engine, tranny and ECU for around $3000 - $3500. The K24 from the Accord/Element/CRV will stay around $800 - $1500 because even with increased demand their numbers will only increase in the salvage yards.94EG said:Brian G,
With all the growing hype of the k20 swaps, do you think this will cause the motors prices to go up, down, or what?
So true.brian g said:It's tough to put $6000 or more into a car that may not have even cost that much to begin with.
That's a Honda watch i got at the SCCA National Runoffs 2 years ago. I think it was $50 on clearance. It looks good from a couple of feet though.nikos said:Hey Brian, on the picture where you are holding part of the exhaust is that a TAG HAUER watch or a ROLEX Daytona you are wearing? :lol:
The longer stroke and of course more displacment, yeilds more torque. Torque is a much better tool on the street where rpms are typically lower and give better throttle response. Plus if you have another person in the car the torquier engie will be affected less. The drawback is the head, at least until someone comes out with some decent cams or yo do a head swap.c_buz said:Why do you say that the k24 has more street potential? Why would it be a better boosted mototr??