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Trying to make a 1.7L 4 cylinder non-v tech into a v tech

I have a 2005 Honda Civc LX the moter is a 1.7 littler non v tech and I was wondering how to change my moter into a v tech, not a phone lol. Thanks
 

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whaaaaaat?
 

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there should be the 9.0ghz phone transfer that you can do to your newly bought ***** PHONE....
 

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LOL we're all so picky on the newbs.

Variable Timing Electronic Control.......where's the H you are puttin on the end. its VTEC, spell it the other way it gets censored.

I know that on the <=00 civics all you need to do is the head swap to achieve the vtec. but on the d17's i have no clue.
 

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If you have the money just pull the D17 paper weight out of your car and find a descent B series to put in it's place. I don't know what Honda was thinking with the 7th gen's. All that technology and the EX rolls out of the factory with 127hp. :noo
 

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BaySide03 said:
If you have the money just pull the D17 paper weight out of your car and find a descent B series to put in it's place. I don't know what Honda was thinking with the 7th gen's. All that technology and the EX rolls out of the factory with 127hp. :noo
b-series is not easy in the 7th gens. a K-series would be the route to go....cost more but much more worth it.
 

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Let's take a look at reality. Your first mistake was buying a 7th gen non-vtec. rather than changing it to a vtec, sell it and use what ever money you get for it as a down payment on an 07 SI. Or buy an Integra GSR
 
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