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Really? I'm almost positive the 88-91 hatches weigh less than an EG.

 

 

Okay, I guess it depends on trim level. They are VERY close.

 

Hatchback

'88 HB M/T 1,933 lb (877 kg)

'88 DX M/T 1,993 lb (904 kg)

'89 HB M/T 2,013 lb (913 kg)

'89 DX M/T 2,088 lb (947 kg)

'89 Si M/T 2,161 lb (980 kg)

'90 HB M/T 2,127 lb (965 kg)

'90 DX M/T 2,165 lb (982 kg)

'90 Si M/T 2,291 lb (1,039 kg)

'91 HB M/T 2,127 lb (965 kg)

 

'92-'95 DX M/T 2,178 lb (988 kg)

'92-'93 CX M/T 2,094 lb (950 kg)

'94-'95 CX M/T 2,108 lb (956 kg)

'92-'95 VX M/T 2,094 lb (950 kg)

'92-'93 Si M/T 2,326 lb (1,055 kg)

'94-'95 Si M/T 2,390 lb (1,084 kg)

'91 DX M/T 2,165 lb (982 kg)

'91 Si M/T 2,291 lb (1,039 kg)

 

*wikipedia

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Okay, I guess it depends on trim level. They are VERY close.

 

Hatchback

'88 HB M/T 1,933 lb (877 kg)

'88 DX M/T 1,993 lb (904 kg)

'89 HB M/T 2,013 lb (913 kg)

'89 DX M/T 2,088 lb (947 kg)

'89 Si M/T 2,161 lb (980 kg)

'90 HB M/T 2,127 lb (965 kg)

'90 DX M/T 2,165 lb (982 kg)

'90 Si M/T 2,291 lb (1,039 kg)

'91 HB M/T 2,127 lb (965 kg)

 

'92-'95 DX M/T 2,178 lb (988 kg)

'92-'93 CX M/T 2,094 lb (950 kg)

'94-'95 CX M/T 2,108 lb (956 kg)

'92-'95 VX M/T 2,094 lb (950 kg)

'92-'93 Si M/T 2,326 lb (1,055 kg)

'94-'95 Si M/T 2,390 lb (1,084 kg)

'91 DX M/T 2,165 lb (982 kg)

'91 Si M/T 2,291 lb (1,039 kg)

 

*wikipedia

I wouldn't call 200 pounds "VERY" close. They're close sure, but the 4th gens weigh less. Anybody check what the 3rd gens weigh? I would bet even less than the 4th.

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He's right. Put it in a prelude. :crazy:

 

...but seriously though, I think hasport actually came out with a mount kit for that.

 

Hasport would probably make a mount for anything if you asked nicely lol. They got mounts for everything, and sweet ones to boot. Prelude with a k20 seems like a waste when the h22 is an option or standard in them and for a fraction of the cost. Surely the much newer k20 with the right mods will roll all over the h22, but h22 is far from a bad start for a nice build either.

 

Anyway, I'd honestly just say get the 01-03 Si so you dont even have to bother with the swap. If you put the money you'd likely spend on the swap for an EG (especially if your not doing your own work) it might even be cheaper lol.

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if youre gonna swap a k20 in a civic hatch id go with a 96-00 hatch. just because the hasport mount kit will bolt right in. if you were to swap a k20 in a 92-95 civic cutting the tranny side mount out is required.

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96-98

 

lighter than 99-00

 

Getting the weight down to sub 2,000 isn't a problem if you're good with cars. longer wheelbase than ITR, stiffer than 92-95. It's Mr. Spoons favorite chassis for a reason...

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ok guys thanks but two things I said civic hatch for I reason, and I already have and accord with an h22 but it isnt a vtech but i might buy a civic hatch w/o motor or tranny and swap in my h22 and sell the accord just to save money and do some mods to it.

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