What Honda motors will mount straight into a 1992 Civic CX without motor mount changes?
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Will an automatic transmission from a 2005 Honda Civic LX work in a 2001 Honda Civic LX without modifications?
Honda has many different 2.0 vtec engines. typically for a civic it is anywhere from 165hp to 200hp. the newest 2008/2009 civic si that has the k20 motor, produces 200 at the crank and 185 to the wheels. The most powerful 2.0 is found in Honda's S2000 which is 220 hp. These are all 4 cyl. motors also.
This depends on the motor you're looking to swap. if you have a d series motor it will fit without modification, but you may need to run a vtec wire if you don't have vtec and the engine you're swapping in does. but if you're 98 civic is an si then it won't work without different mounts, axles, ecu etc. but I'm guessing you just have a d series. Edit by SmokeShank: The motors physically…
The difference between the two engines is a Honda civic dx stock engine is 1.6L single overhead cam nonvetch motor and the Honda civi si stock engine is a 1.6L doul overhead cam vetch motor. I'm not positive about the exact number but the difference is about 70 horse power between the dx and si motors