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Old 12-28-2010, 03:58 PM   #1
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Basic K-series Swap K20A3

Hello everyone,

I am looking for someone that could safely swap a newer (used) k20a3 in my Civic Sir (2003, ep3). Yes, that's right, I am swapping the engine for the exact one I have in there right now. The current motor is sitting at 356k kms and it already left me stranded once (Plus, the camshafts are damaged- somewhat common on higher mileage k20a3). I am going to swap in a newer motor and tranny and would like to see if someone here can help me without charging as much as the shops.

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