If your car doesnt already have vtec the cheapest way gain vtec is with the sohc vtec d16z6 found in 92-95 Del Sol Vtecs, Civic EXs, and Civic Sis. Rated at 127hp it can give your car a healthy boost. These motors can be found very cheap. Add in the fact that no special parts are needed and it is a very cheap swap. The downside is you are very limited in ultimate power that you will make compared to other swaps. Some people choose the jdm d15b. I would stick with the usdm motor for simplicities sake.Often overlooked is the f-series motor found in the Accord. As with the d16s f-series motors can also be found very cheap. The drawback is a lot more is involved in the swap. Mounts are needed and something will have to be done about the transmission. Accords come with a cable shifter. However, Bisi Ezerohia has already shown that ample power can be made with these motors. Do not confuse these motors with the f20c found in the Honda s2000. These motors are designed for a rwd car and will not fit without extreme modification.Next, we get into the realm of b-series motors. By far the most popular choice. Anyone of these motors is going to require a mount kit. Otherwise, they are a pretty straightforward swap. Most swapped Hondas on the road today use a b-series.Cheapest of all b-series swaps is the b18b found in lsrs Integras Rated at 140hp they make more power than any d-series motor This one does not have vtec but it does come with an increased displacement of 18 liters and is dohc It still doesnt have the power of its vtec brothers but it is a very capable motor Especially if you want to add a turbo and keep the bottom end stock A similar motor is the b20 found in the CRV Basically, it is the same motor but a little bigger.
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