Last post on Jun 02, 2012 at 3:33 PM
You are in the Speed Shop Tuning and Modification
What is this discussion about?
This forum is to ask questions or enjoy bragging rights about swapping out your stock engine for a more powerful one, be it the same make or from another make of car. This forum is NOT for descriptions of replacing same with same merely to replace a blown up motor. Use the Maintenance & Repair Board for that kind of swap.
#479 of 486 Re: '08 silverado 6.0L motor in a '95 silverado 1500 [hillmanbilly]
Dec 13, 2011 (4:10 pm)
Really? No help here? Didn't get any love on my Dodge van problems either. With as huge as this site is, there's gotta be some knowledgable folks on here that don't mind helping out...
#480 of 486 Re: '08 silverado 6.0L motor in a '95 silverado 1500 [hillmanbilly]
by steve_ HOST
Dec 13, 2011 (5:25 pm)
Try asking over in Edmunds Answers. It gets a different crowd.
#481 of 486 Re: '08 silverado 6.0L motor in a '95 silverado 1500 [steve_]
Jan 16, 2012 (4:50 pm)
cool. thanks, steve.
#484 of 486 Re: first time builder trying to biuld a car [n0jb0y]
Jun 02, 2012 (3:33 pm)
It really wouldn't be worth the motor swap if you want a single overhead cam motor realistically an integra isn't the car to look to. They had an entirely dohc engine line-up and it would really be kind of pointless to do the modifications to drop in a sohc engine from a civic or something similar. The stock nonvtec hp or an integra is more than any vtec sohc motor they make, honestly if you want a solid chassis for racing look into a 90-96 civic hatchback. the 90-93 versions or ef chassis are very light, easily modded and almost any d-series sohc motor is a direct drop in. I've seen them as high as 11 second cars on a sohc vtec motor due to the weight of the car.