By far the best two body styles are the EG Civic and DC2 Integra. The problem with the EF is the height of the hood line, it's too low for the tall K20, let alone the taller K24. The EK has it's own problems.vtec4life said:Just curious....what car would be best for doing a K series swap?
Well, I just got the second rev of the new brackets and haven't had a chance to check the fit yet. I'll know in a day or so and if they're good, I'll start production. That would mean yes to your question.dohcvtec said:hi brian
is it true that the HAsport kit using the EG/DC crossmember is not that far away... like october or so?
I haven't started the 84-87 project yet, probably some time around December.madhatter07 said:Thats really good stuff to read, im trying to figure out which chasis to buy to start prepping one for a K20 swap so thanks a lot for the info brian. Have you started doing any of the swap fab for an 84-87 crx? thats my current car with a b16 in it, i cant even imagine what it would be like with a K20 and a 6 speed haha. Anywho really cool stuff you hasport guys are up to, keep it up!!
Yes you will need a custom hood, we have actually already prototyped those mounts. They are next in line after the EKK kit with EG crossmember.Blue-Civic-Hybrid said:How about the CRX chassis? I think you need a custom hood to clear the K-series correct?