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Re: 1965 S600 Roadster with an F20C heart.. (astroleo_1976)
I would love to come see this one day, I am in VIC also with a garage full of old school Honda metal. PM me if I can come check it out.
I think with an original motor they are superb, but if your car is not great to start ie, matching numbers or complete then an engine conversion is fine - as long as it's still honda powered. In this case an F20C, well what can I say? The best modern Honda engine for one of the most desirable Honda classics!
P.S my garage............and still NO S800 coupe car yet!!!!!!
__________________ HONDA COUPE 9S......JDM @ 9000RPM SINCE 1970!
WTB: USDM Phoenix Yellow Type R front end body parts, WTB: B Series JDM ITR trans with LSD + 4.7 FD, WTB: B Series or K Series Type R Swapped Civic Hatch,
FS: Integra LS 5spd. Cluster, 2 LS Cylinder Heads and Intakes
i know mine will be down low but i have driven some very low cars on the road with no problem with about 5cm ground clearence on the engine (Lister Jaguar ). as long as i don't go off road i think mine will be have no problems. i would rather modify the sump to be shallower and run with "cat flaps" in the sump and an accusump rather than spoil the lines of the cars with a huge bonnet bulge
your build looks very special and will end up being a lot nicer than mine . i envy the amount of space you have and the quality of your work
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