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    h22 swap...cost?

    I am looking to swap an h22 into my 97 cl (which apparently is the same job as swapping into a 97 accord), and was wondering what I should expect for costs on the project before I dive into it. So, if any of you h22 powered guys out there could share some of your insight it would be very much appreciated. thanks.

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    Are you doing the swap yourself or looking to have a shop do it?

    This will vary the average cost considerably.
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    i had my swaped on Nov 2001 complete swap for 2800

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    Where did u get it done?


    Originally posted by PoohBoi
    i had my swaped on Nov 2001 complete swap for 2800

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    i can get my swap for 2580 installed and converted to OBDI with hondata woo hoo

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    i heard going with osaka was the wrong thing to do...because of there crazy shipping????

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    i would say between 700-1400 depending on how good the shop is. Or DIY cheaper.
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    Originally posted by K43L1n
    i heard going with osaka was the wrong thing to do...because of there crazy shipping????

    Cost or the way they ship?

    Because I heard that the cost of shipping is included in the price.

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    since you have a OBDII vehicle depending on your state laws it may be wise to stay with a OBDII H22. these motor would be USDM 96+ and would raise your costs.

    i would be weary of osaka unless you can drive up to montreal and pick it up yourself.
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    yeah i heard things break and parts get lost..it is not about the cost..because they are cheap..it is just about the crappy shipping and the fact that they don't care..u would got a deal if you lived around there..because they sell there engines cheap.

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    Originally posted by AccordSleeper
    since you have a OBDII vehicle depending on your state laws it may be wise to stay with a OBDII H22. these motor would be USDM 96+ and would raise your costs.

    i would be weary of osaka unless you can drive up to montreal and pick it up yourself.
    My state laws would be the same as yours. I am in Merrimack, NH. Are you running an H22 in your ride?

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    Originally posted by nujunglist
    My state laws would be the same as yours. I am in Merrimack, NH. Are you running an H22 in your ride?
    yep

    in that case i would drive up to montreal and pick up the best jdm 92-96 h22 you can find and do the OBDI conversion. preferable the newer the better since you have a 97. i have a 93 motor in my 95, though it runs very strong.

    check out the link in my sig if you need a shop to do it.
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    Originally posted by AccordSleeper
    yep

    in that case i would drive up to montreal and pick up the best jdm 92-96 h22 you can find and do the OBDI conversion. preferable the newer the better since you have a 97. i have a 93 motor in my 95, though it runs very strong.
    Did you do the work on your car yourself? If not, where did you go to get it done?

    Edit: Nevermind...just saw the last line of your last post. I'll check your sig. Thanks.

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