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Old 10-31-2017, 03:01 PM   #81
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Yup they are. As long as you get the right mounts for your engine/trans setup. Innovative mounts are made for the RSX/Civic combo and Hasport for the TSX/Accord combo. That could change in the future though.

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Old 11-12-2017, 07:40 PM   #82
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Finally got this thing in!

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Old 11-12-2017, 07:49 PM   #83
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That's awesome! What are the next items on the agenda to get this thing going?
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Old 11-12-2017, 08:09 PM   #84
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Just a few misc wrap up things now. Getting the harness wired up completely, need a new traction bar kit (A/C compressor was touching the old one), get the radiator in place..

All minor stuff at this point. I originally wanted it done by the end of October and since that didn't happen, I'm open it taking as long as it needs to to avoid having to keep pulling it out.

Let's hope by Christmas lol.
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Old 11-12-2017, 08:47 PM   #85
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Old 12-22-2017, 10:16 PM   #86
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Almost there guys. Few more wires to take care of and a few more parts to put on and we should be ready for first start up.









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Old 12-28-2017, 04:54 AM   #87
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Finally got this thing in!

How's the oil pan clearance to the ground on the K? I heard people say it sits low to the ground.
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How's the oil pan clearance to the ground on the K? I heard people say it sits low to the ground.
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No joke, I looked at the car sitting on the tow truck and the first thing that came to mind was damn that oil pan sits low! And I'm riding stock height on 18s.

There's still decent clearance but you don't have your header to protect you any. The steel oil pan is a MUST.
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No joke, I looked at the car sitting on the tow truck and the first thing that came to mind was damn that oil pan sits low! And I'm riding stock height on 18s.

There's still decent clearance but you don't have your header to protect you any. The steel oil pan is a MUST.
Is there a shallow oil pan for clearance?
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Is there a shallow oil pan for clearance?
I didn't really look much into oil pan options since the steel one that comes on the k24 is usually the go to option. The aluminum ones are known for cracking with the slightest hit.

Moroso I know makes one that holds like an additional quart of oil but not sure if it gives any extra clearance. It's also $400 lol. Since I'll be staying stock height I'm just gonna stick with the k24 steel one.
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You dont want a shallow oil pan. Look into dry sump kits. Pricey but cheaper and less of a hassle than swapping engines. CB oil pans hang low naturally, I have killed 3 CB engines with oil pan bangs. Def not something to play with
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What about a steel skid plate?
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