I have an 87 Honda Accord LX. Just sayin hey to get the ball rolling. I'm currently in the process of swapping a F20B into my accord at the moment. Since I didnt realize you have to pay to post in the project thread ill put it here:
Just thought I would let you all inside this motor swap in progress. Started off not knowing what this would entail and has now became in just a week to this point already. As you can see below that yes, I am putting a JDM F20B out of a Honda Accord SiR-T and putting a S2000 gauge cluster. Buying this motor was the greatest thing I have done since I got this accord. It came with Jasma Mugen headers and exhaust for just around 2K. I was majorly happy with this purchase after seeing those stainless steel headers and exhaust. There has been alot of set backs and alot of breakthroughs we have found. Like just today we got some axles off a 89 Acura integra and got a half shaft out of a 93 accord and now we have the front suspension all back together. It all fit like it was meant to be there. We tried to do a cable clutch and that didnt work(it was worth a shot). So we thought we might as well go back to the hydro clutch setup that was originally in there. Everything from the shifter linkage to the motor mounts to sectioning and lowering the cross member is all custom. From all the research me and my father have done, no one has done this swap successfully except one person in thailand. So this is a great opportunity for me and my father to show the honda community that this can be done. Sorry i've been babbling heres alot of pics
Then pulled in and out to make sure it fits well and gave it a new paint job in the engine bay
This is where we stand right now. The front suspension is back in and fully placed. All thats left to do is the hydro clutch, some vaccum lines and the ac line and the wiring of the engine and gauge cluster. Next for the project later this year is a turbo addition along with the blow off valve and new chipped ecu. Planning on 8-10 pounds of boost.