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Old 02-08-2009, 03:24 PM
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just looking for info on a possible swap....there a couple videos on youtube with j35s out of odesseys, making like 275 whp, with fwd tl lsd 6 speeds...seems pretty potent, dont know about the weight issues though. also i think they were using hasport mounts in the video, maybe K swap mounts? any info will be appreciated
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Old 02-09-2009, 08:36 AM
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holy **** 50 veiws and no one else has pondered this?
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holy **** 50 veiws and no one else has pondered this?
it uses hasport mounts and the engine is heavy and sits in front of your axle, be prepared to make major suspension investments to fight understeer.

wiring is a big job,and your hood will not clear the intake manifold.....

cute idea but not really feasable for a daily driver...
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just looking for info on a possible swap....there a couple videos on youtube with j35s out of odesseys, making like 275 whp, with fwd tl lsd 6 speeds...seems pretty potent, dont know about the weight issues though. also i think they were using hasport mounts in the video, maybe K swap mounts? any info will be appreciated
Stick to the J32...the J35 is 2 tall...if u want displacement after just grab the odesey crank and rods it will make it a 3.5 almost 3.6..i have been asking Avid to make these mounts but he is just 2 busy...i custom made mine with k series mounts and gsr mounts...

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it uses hasport mounts and the engine is heavy and sits in front of your axle, be prepared to make major suspension investments to fight understeer.

wiring is a big job,and your hood will not clear the intake manifold.....

cute idea but not really feasable for a daily driver...
understeer is not a big issue...the wireing is very easy just gotta use the factory harness and locate the right pins and modify it...and the hood will clear...just gota cut the webbing...im planing on looking into somthing so u dont have to cut the webbing on the hood...and it feels really good as a daily driver...my gf drives my car more times than i do...
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With HAsport mounts your hood will not clear, even if you take the webbing out.

You can use a J32 block and use the forged internals from the bigger Js and make a nice little motor.

Everything depends on how much patience, time, skills, and money you have. And the only thing that would not keep the car feasible as a daily driver is the hood having to be cut and exposed to the elements.

Also - the white EG with the polished intake manifold is NOT using HAsport mounts.

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Old 02-09-2009, 08:50 PM
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couldnt you use shims on your hood like and h2b swap?...just a thought, also what kind of times are we looking at with this swap...its seems much cheaper that alot of other swaps out there
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ha ha! What do you think?

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hahaha, i guess not......still im thinking with a base of 250+ whp, and these motors have a wallet friendly price, this may a cool swap to do for a not so daily driver...anybody on here have one?
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What would keep it from being a daily driver?
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By not so daily driver he is saying it will be a beast on the streets unlike most daily drivers.. LOL

Not to thread jack but I was wondering if these motors had adjustable valves because my LMA's are ticking and I was wondring how I could fix it.. I don't want to buy new valves...
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anybody on here have one?
i do
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no to be nosey but i have a few questions.

your hood closes, what mounts do you have, and whats your ground clearance like

most importantly how much $$$ do you have in the motor and tranny setup...i think i saw your car on youtube also
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Pretty sweet... I have thought about this but did not know that there was a 6speed that bolted up to it. Anybody got one in a EK?
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no to be nosey but i have a few questions.

your hood closes, what mounts do you have, and whats your ground clearance like

most importantly how much $$$ do you have in the motor and tranny setup...i think i saw your car on youtube also
i have about 5-7 g's into this set up..thats because i did most of this myself...as for the ground clearance with the car riding at that height i have about 4" below
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7gs just for the motor and tranny??? damn maybe ill stick with the b series fro now.....haha...also what kind of #s are you putting down? OBD II i assume? you shpuld definatly be in the 11's too right, i mean if your putting down at least 250 whp...
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more info please!!! im very interested in this swap
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7gs just for the motor and tranny??? damn maybe ill stick with the b series fro now.....haha...also what kind of #s are you putting down? OBD II i assume? you shpuld definatly be in the 11's too right, i mean if your putting down at least 250 whp...
the thing is i baught a wreacked 2003 CLS for $3,600...i used all the parts i could ..the rest of the car im parting out and making money back...by the time i sell all these parts i basicly got themotor/tranny for FREE..lol... i also baught a full standalone for $1,700....got someone to custumise my drive shafts for $300...modified AVID k series mounts $300...Megan racing headers $300... and so on and so on...there are some other little things that its not worth posting i guess....the motor right now with no internals is making 268WHP Just has Header and exhaust...no ram air its right off the TB..lolim too lazy to make an intake arm..
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Default Re: j32 or j35 into EG

Would the Ridgeline motor be a good candidate or does the IM part of the head like on post 04 vehicles.

A guy just wrecked the hell out of one locally and we may have a chance to get our fingers on it.
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sauceja : A ridgeline engine would not be a good candidate in my eyes. Generally sticking with someone based off of a TL/RL/CL is your best bet.
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People use pilot, odyssey motors for these swaps though.

I was just more concerned with the intake runners are welded to the heads on the new accord V6 motors starting after like 04 (??)
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The J35A9 used in the 2006 - 2008 Honda Ridgeline produces 247 hp (184 kW) at 5750 rpm and 245 ftlbf (332 Nm) at 4500 rpm. It is also fairly expensive.

J32A2 from 2003 CL Type S 260 hp (194 kW) @ 6200rpm and 232 lbft (315 Nm) @ 3500-5500 rpm.

The J32 block can be stroked with the forged crank and rods (factory) also.
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you can find J30 longblocks for 900.00 also, I was just saying if you could find a 3.5L it would be fun as well.
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