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Old 03-20-2002, 12:07 AM   #1
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CRV engine. How much is it?

Where can I find a 99-up CRV engine?
I want the complete swap...engine, trans, ecu, etc....
Where can I find it and how much is it?
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Old 03-20-2002, 01:46 AM   #2
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www.jdmhondaparts.com has longblocks for sale
also check out www.importbuilders.com ... i don't know if they sell the motor but I know they build some pretty mean CRV/VTEC's ..
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whats the difference between long block and short block
on jhp they call it long block but i've heard people refer to B20 as shortblock as well?
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whats the difference between long block and short block
on jhp they call it long block but i've heard people refer to B20 as shortblock as well?
This was taken from an article:

SHORTBLOCK-LONGBLOCK is how far it is Assembled. A Shortblock refers to the amount of assembly done to the engine, which means that the engine is remanufactured with out the cylinder head(s), lifters, oil pump, and gaskets. A Longblock is a remanufactured engine, which in includes the remanufactured cylinder head(s) installed on the engine and torque to proper specification. The lifters and pushrods installed and adjusted, a new oil pump and a complete gasket set. It does not include any pans, covers, or manifolds (i.e. Intake, exhaust, timing cover, etc¡K)
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are the parts for a b18b interchangable with the parts from a b18b? such as camshafts, turbos, headers, etc
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are the parts for a b18b interchangable with the parts from a b18b? such as camshafts, turbos, headers, etc
Yes. In fact the crv head is the same as the ls head.
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Old 03-20-2002, 07:28 PM   #7
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This was taken from an article:

SHORTBLOCK-LONGBLOCK is how far it is Assembled. A Shortblock refers to the amount of assembly done to the engine, which means that the engine is remanufactured with out the cylinder head(s), lifters, oil pump, and gaskets. A Longblock is a remanufactured engine, which in includes the remanufactured cylinder head(s) installed on the engine and torque to proper specification. The lifters and pushrods installed and adjusted, a new oil pump and a complete gasket set. It does not include any pans, covers, or manifolds (i.e. Intake, exhaust, timing cover, etc¡K)

uhh...umm......

Longblock - the motor; basically the bottom end and the cylinder head - tranny, ECU, axles, etc. not included when you buy this.

Shortblock - the bottom end; commonly referred to as a block. Contains the reciprocating assembly.

Dunno where u got that man...
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Motors for sale

Upgrade Engineering has them too. call toll free (866) 777-VTEC or visit www.upgradeeng.com
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Old 03-25-2002, 11:45 AM   #9
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This was taken from an article:

SHORTBLOCK-LONGBLOCK is how far it is Assembled. A Shortblock refers to the amount of assembly done to the engine, which means that the engine is remanufactured with out the cylinder head(s), lifters, oil pump, and gaskets. A Longblock is a remanufactured engine, which in includes the remanufactured cylinder head(s) installed on the engine and torque to proper specification. The lifters and pushrods installed and adjusted, a new oil pump and a complete gasket set. It does not include any pans, covers, or manifolds (i.e. Intake, exhaust, timing cover, etc¡K)

CRV engines have pushrods? Since when?
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so if one were to build a forced induction engine with built internals, would he/she be better off buying just the shortblock and then buying all the performace internals to go with it?
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Old 03-25-2002, 10:42 PM   #11
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I would say it depends on the price, if its like 100 more get longblock, because most people dont bother to take off the fuel injection and maybe even accessories. It depends where you buy it from.
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FIND GOOD JDM PARTS AT www.hondamotorsonline.com
i bought my JDM CrV motor for 799 plus shipping ....



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Old 03-27-2002, 01:09 AM   #13
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is that just the motor?
Or is it including the tranny and stuff?
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