10-20 hp more? ummmm... ever hear of adjustable wastegate?89HondaLegend said:Anyway I don't mean to be so negative but it seems just to be able to get it to fit and run right you are only going to have 10-20Hp more. Why not just take out your current engine and upgrade the fuel pump, forged pistons, crank and rods, stainless steel valves and a super charger that hangs out the bonnet?
This one?.LiViNgLeGeNd. said:I was checkin out that JDM C20A on eBay. Just for kicks, how would one perform a swap of the C20 into an 87 Legend with a C25? What would you need to change?
not wanting to start any drama but just a heads up. the G1 feels faster, but is actually slower than all G2 models auto for auto/manual for manual. except, ofcourse the 94-95 auto Type I for a G1 2.7 auto (94-95's are heavier with no added measures to offset added weight). 92 and 91 models are much quicker. fastest i've run 0-60 average has been 6.8...average of 8 runs with not many mods. intake remus and Dinan stage II ECU.2.7legend said:uhh we could beat the g2's.... the auto type 1 i don't know about type 2.
:werd:telafonic said:This one?
This comes with just about everything you need it looks like. I would doubt the axles are different lengths seeing as this engine should almost be identical in external size, and that has more to do with the tranny. This will probably take more work than a USDM swap, but I highly doubt you would be paying for a ton of extra parts, seeing as most everything is already included, as long as you already have most of the tools you'll need. I'm not sure about emissions though. Overall, I say go for it. If it doesn't look feasible, you can easily sell it to someone else with more time or money.