how about H22A installed for $3200 installed? should I go for h22a or b16a2 for my 95 civic hatch ???kommon_sense said:Yes, that is a good deal. A complete b16a2 goes for $2300-$2600 *BEFORE* shipping. So if that is $3k installed, then that is a good deal. Make sure that they can provide papers on the engine to make sure that it is legit.
wordv4lu3s said:and there is near as much h22a parts now as tehre is B series, just fewer vendors so you have to look a bit harder.
Those aren't 2 opposite things at all. LSD is a type of differential unit inside the trans that keeps both wheels turning going straight, but meters power to them differently going through corners. A hydraulic trans jsut means the cluth release lever is actuated hydraulically instead of with a cable mechanism.changs4 said:what's the difference between LSD tranny and hydraulic tranny?
I wonder that too. What, you think he should look for a shop far away to do the swap? What sense does that make? And it's not like LSD is super common, only JDM and ITR trannies had them stock, and those typically fetch big money. IT's not reasonable to expect a full swap, all labor, and extras like LSD for only $3000. What do you think is fair sev?changs4 said:what do you mean?
I am gonna have to disagree with you here or ask you to justify/explain your reasoning...kommon_sense said:The b16a2 isn't very impressive. I would really shoot for a b18c1. Of course, it also depends on what your goals are.