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V6 Civic EG Muscle Hatch - phase III - 3 litres
A detailed step by step scratch build of the first of this swap in Australasia that took over 3 years. The third & final stage of development of an extremely successful racing Honda.





v6 civic on dyno
v6 j32a2 swap civic sedan tuning on aem...homemade intake,crappy set of headers and apexi ws2 full catback





1992-1995 EG Honda Civic coupe with J32 V6 Swap and Skunk 2 Intake Manifold
Well, the meat and potatoes of this car is the engine. It's a freakin' V6!!! Equipped w/ Skunk 2 Intake Manifold and custom hasport mounts. I wish I found the owner to talk to him more about it. This engine was found in the 2001-2003 Acura CL Type S & 2002-2003 Acura TL TypeS.





Block Preparation Part 2 - 1gina2g Timing Side
RRE Method: http://www.roadraceengineering.com/2g6boltmotorinstall.htm Magnus Method: http://magnusmotorsports.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/1gina2g.pdf Technically, I'm doing the Magnus method, but my wiring will be very different. All 1g cars use the same water pump, and naturally they use the same water pump bolts as well. I use the 1g tensioner arm because it clears the water pump without any grinding of either one of those parts. 1g Water Pump MD972052 1g Water Pump Bolts MF140022 MF140026 MF140028 MF140029 MF140238 1g Timing Tensioner Arm MD130032 This 2g timing mount assembly includes a tensioner arm, washer, pivot bolt, idler pulley and bolt.. You won't need the included tensioner arm with my method. It doesn't come with the studs on the top, so you'd need to buy a pair of those. Complete 2g Timing Mount Assembly MD189172 Engine Mount Studs MD184155 x2 Depending on whether you're installing a 1g 6-bolt or a 1g 7-bolt engine block in your 2g chassis, you're going to need the front case and hydraulic tensioner that matches the block you're using. Front Case Assemblies MD129347 (6-bolt straight cut gears) MD175762 (6-bolt helical cut gears) MD327450 (7-bolt helical for 1g block) 1g Hydraulic Tensioner MD164533 6-bolt MD308586 7-bolt 1g Hydraulic Tensioner Bolts MD129350 x2 6-bolt MD190987 x2 7-bolt You can modify a 2g lower timing cover to make it fit, but it won't line up around the bottom of the front case. That's why I use the 1g timing cover, and modify it to fit the 2g middle cover. Since you need metal covers against the block to have something to bolt the plastic parts to, let's start with those. The rear metal cover that bolts to the head is exactly the same part for both 1g and 2g cars. With my method, you need to use the 2g front metal cover in order to line up with the 2g middle plastic cover. So all of the plates that bolt to my swap are from a 2g. 1g2g Timing Middle Cover, Rear (metal) MD127142 2g Timing Middle Cover, Front (metal) MD187283 2g Timing Lower Cover, Rear (metal) MD199941 For the plastic part of the covers, my method dictates that you use the 1g lower timing cover assembly. This lines up all of the bolt holes and makes it fit around the bottom of the front case where the oil pan is. If you modify the lower cover to fit with the middle 2g cover, you won't need to trim anything else. The upper timing cover you need may depend on which head and valve cover you're using. Lower Timing Cover Assembly MD141454 1g 6-bolt block MD193995 1g 7-bolt block 2g Middle Timing Cover Assembly MD191811 - 9401.1-9606.3 MD191807 - 9607.1-9912.9 Upper Timing Cover WITH Rubber Gaskets 1g - MD141457 6-bolt head 1g - MD188127 7-bolt head 2g - MD198031 This is a good place to transition into the rubber parts because the rubber pieces are very different for the 1g and 2g upper timing covers. If you don't want a rattling, buzzing, noisy valve cover sounding off with every vibration from your car, you should replace all of the rubber. It dry rots and turns hard. If you bought a complete 1g engine gasket set and you have both timing covers already, then you should have the 1g portion of these rubber gaskets included in your gasket set. If you've already got both generations of the timing covers like I do, and no good rubber gaskets, then order all of these parts and stop the rattles. However, if you bought any of the plastic timing cover parts new from the dealer, then those plastic parts come with the rubber gaskets included. You can eliminate them from your order. MD006665 1g* MD156770 1g* MD188122 2g MD188831 2g MD191502 2g * If you bought a complete 1g plastic lower timing cover, you don't need the 1g gaskets. Upper Timing Cover Gaskets by themselves... 1g - MD031235 & MD122058 6-bolt head 1g - MD188123 & MD188124 7-bolt head 2g - MD188122 Now for the last part. Fasteners. These are all of the upper, middle and lower timing cover bolts whether they bolt down metal or plastic parts. I've included their lengths and diameters so you can identify them. All Timing Cover Bolts MF140216 x1 6x45 (middle cover) MF140202 x4 6x10 MF140206 x9 6x18 MF140209 x2 6x25 MF140210 x2 6x28 MF247868 x2 6x25 MD131417 x2 6x16





Vtec Turtle's 94 Honda Civic Ferio J32a2 Powered:)
Vtec Turtles 94 Honda Civic Ferio TL Swap :p Mad J.D.M:))





Honda J Series V6 Valve Adjustment (Part 1) -EricTheCarGuy
Visit me at: http://www.ericthecarguy.com/ Forum discussion about this video: http://www.ericthecarguy.com/component/kunena/18-the-ericthecarguy-video-fo rum/33925-honda-j-series-v6-valve-adjustment-videos?Itemid=0#33925 Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iLdgivYwUiQ I've been asked about doing a video on this process since my first Honda valve adjustment videos came out almost 2 years ago. I was happy when this 2004 Acura TL 6 speed came in not just because it allowed me the opportunity to make this video but also because I think these cars are a lot of tun to drive. This is truly a step by step account of the valve adjustment procedure for the J Series engine. Remember it takes time to get the 'feel' for valve adjustments and it's better to go too loose than too tight. Here are links to the videos I mentioned in the movie that might also be helpful if you're servicing one of these J Series engines. VTEC Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nc800hkqY2M J Serieis Timing Belt Video: http://www.ericthecarguy.com/vmanuals/22-vmanual-store/68-honda-j-series-ti ming-belt-replacement-vmanual Music curtesy of AudioMicro Royalty Free Music by http://audiomicro.com/royalty-free-music Sound Effects by http://audiomicro.com/sound-effects Track: Crazy World Artist: Jradford Stay dirty ETCG Due to factors beyond the control of EricTheCarGuy, it cannot guarantee against unauthorized modifications of this information, or improper use of this information.  EricTheCarGuy assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. EricTheCarGuy recommends safe practices when working with power tools, automotive lifts, lifting tools, jack stands, electrical equipment, blunt instruments, chemicals, lubricants, or any other tools or equipment seen or implied in this video.  Due to factors beyond the control of EricTheCarGuy, no information contained in this video shall create any express or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result.  Any injury, damage or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, equipment, or the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not EricTheCarGuy.





J32A2 95 Civic Si V6 swap
Some street footage of my stock J32A3 95 Civic Si.





V6 Swap into Acura Integra V
DRIVE VIDEO Video Created: June 2009 I accidentally deleted my Gmail account which had the series of V6 Swapped Integra videos, so all my videos I'm having to re-upload...Sorry for the inconvenience Acura TL J32A1 ULEV Engine swapped into Acura Integra wired with Acura TL harness from engine and interior!





RPM SYSTEMS Honda civic v6 swap ..... runs 12's
Honda Civic v6 swap with a J32A2 Acura CL motor. Work was Done at RPM Systems of Poughkeepsie NY with Help From Hasport . We took V6 to the track some days later after the build to see what would it really do ......look for other videos for Us on the turbo v6 civic swap coming soon.....O DID 12.8 SEC ON THAT RUN!!!!!....4DaDDy up in here!!!!!!





V6 Honda Civic
V6 powered EG Honda Civic built by Arizona Performance Imports using Hasport engine mounts





Worked 905 J32a2 v6 Swapped Rando Civic @ Cayuga vs. Vette
1st time at the track with this swap. Stock ecu, untuned, on Falken 615's





J32 Civic on AEM EMS
Taking a video of getting in the car, pulling out of the neighborhood and starting in 2nd at about 20 mph....lol





JDM Civic EG's Part II.
Fifth generation (1992-1995) - EG (Hatchback Only) Music 1 : Esone - Bboy Element Music 2 : Skrip Breaks - Enemy crush Music 3 : DJ Tee - Alpha Team





Sick Civic
tuning at TiDyno





RPM SYSTEMS Honda Civic V6 Turbo
Honda Civic V6 turbo by RPM SYSTEMS of Poughkeepsie NY. J32a2 aucra cl type-s in a 92 - 95 civic eg with a custom turbo kit made by RPM SYSTEMS. One of many road test and running at that time at 5 pounds. great thanks to the guys at J32A.com for all the help and support.





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