Fascinating, i had no idea those came with a k series. Or was it a engine swap?It's a K series (K23A). Either way, from the looks of it there really isn't any difficult work with the drive train. I've been putting together a decent list of items to replace/repair. It isn't high mileage but rubber likes to rot after 30 years.
Oops. This is the original engine for this model. The base models came with the H series 2.2L and the SI 4WS had the H series 2.3L.Fascinating, i had no idea those came with a k series. Or was it a engine swap?
Well in your defense it would help if the hondas didn't have 2000 different engines in all their models. I only have experience with the b18 idid a light build on an imtegra back in the day. I hear the H engines do a hell of a job too.My mistake. H series. Had to go take a look because I confused my self a little .
I said K23A but meant H23A.
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IMO those cars hav are balanced power to weight really well. Oem parts are perfect for the engine. Unless a turbo is going in I'd keep it stock.Been calling around local paint shops and none want to touch it. I was hoping to only paint the panels with bad clear coat but if I want it to match well the whole car needs to be done. Hoping for a minty, show worthy finish. I might end up taking it out of state if that's what it takes to get it done right.
And it's not getting an engine swap in my lifetime
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