Is a Honda crv passenger side motor mount a must for a k24 swap into a ek?
Email from HasportIs a Honda crv passenger side motor mount a must for a k24 swap into a ek?
Here is some pics regarding the CRV mount from 8thGen CivicHasport [email protected]
8:29 AM (3 hours ago)
On 1/12/2013 1:49 AM, Hasport wrote:
I am inquiring about your EGK3 motor mount kit for the EG Civic chasis for use in a K series swap.
Does the kit fill the need of having to use a CRV passenger side mount when installing a K24a2?
"you still need to swap the crv bracket on the k24 engine"
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The CRV mount: The CRV mount is just a shorter version of the Civic Si one. It's to make up for that added height of the 2.4L block. You don't use the stud from the old mount. Just get 2 17mm bolts long enough to go through the mount and put a significant length of thread into the bracket.
Answers in red.What are the specs on all the tranny to block bolts?......length, thread pitch, diameter.
I don't know it this matters but I need them to mate my k20a2 type-s tranny to my k24a2 block.
Please let me know.
Nice combo. Follow Signalpuke's link, they have the downloadable factory service manuals for the RSX & TSX. They will give you the exact specifications.
Another question, what rad is recommended for track use? (circuit racing), I want to go with a full rad but then would have to make a custom 3.5" ram air intake or I can just use the ktuned half rad and used their ram are with a v-stack.
Input will be appreciated.
I can't answer this. I am barely in my swap phase. I would try the racing forum on this site.
part numbers, locations and picture of all the firewall grommetsWhat do you guys that swap k's into 96-98 civic's do with the heater core holes on the fire wall, since its wire controlled?
Since the wire is there the piece that goes on one of the holes has a weird angle.
Any input or pix to the solution would help.
If you got the PLM 4-2-1 v1 header design, that would be the problem. The PLM 4-2-1 v2 (skunk2 style) will fit perfectly for your K24 swap RHD. We have done plenty of K-swaps and know all the small issue RHD cars encounterHi All,
I'm in the process of installing a k24 into an EG civic (originally carby) and the issue I'm having is that the PLM headers is sitting on the steering rack (no gap as it wraps under the rack and subframe). The supplier says it could be due to being a carby subframe.
My question is can any one confirm if there is any differences between the carby and efi front subframes (from my searches there were no differences but wanted to confirm this)?
Many thanks in advance,