06 CRV took a shit, Honda techies come inside

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Ok, so at 220,000 miles my motor jumped timing. Chain was replaced at 168k. Either I buy a motor from another 06, or i was looking into 06 Accord k24a1's. Are there any major differences besides intake manifolds? I can put the CRV intake on it.

Stock ECU should have no troubles, right?

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Ok, so at 220,000 miles my motor jumped timing. Chain was replaced at 168k. Either I buy a motor from another 06, or i was looking into 06 Accord k24a1's. Are there any major differences besides intake manifolds? I can put the CRV intake on it.

Stock ECU should have no troubles, right?

Thoughts?
Model to model there are sometimes wiring harness and sensor differences, they aren’t quite as plug and play as they were back in the 90s IIRC. There may also be a compression difference (car being higher than the SUV)

That being said; if you pull the harness/injectors/sensors off the CRV longblock id suspect/hope the ECU would compensate.
 
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Another difference is i-vtec. Car has a 3 lobe cam vs my 2 lobe as it utilizes vtec. I may just go for the Crv blocks. Just sucks I can find lower mile accord motors for cheaper
 

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Yeah, the engines are super similar but there's small details here and there that might make putting the cheaper motor in it more expensive in the long run. For ease of operation I would just buy what goes in there and swap it out.
 

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Stupid thread is stupid.

Err404: 4bt bread truck motor discussion not found
 
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Yeah, the engines are super similar but there's small details here and there that might make putting the cheaper motor in it more expensive in the long run. For ease of operation I would just buy what goes in there and swap it out.
Yea, I agree.

Thanks guys :bigthumb:
 

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220K miles .. it run its course . Green street that bitch and buy a new one
 

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especially because you ditch an engine in it using like 3 different sockets and a paper clip and it will be good for another 220k
 

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I love people that off things at 100 or 200k. This truck is still running out in Michigan. I sold it with 390k, one clutch, one set of injectors. Factory sealed trans and engine lol.

 

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But you can't idle in the drive thru
 
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The new PowerPoint, out of the 06 with 105k. Going to replace some seals and the chain, as well as the clutch and flywheel and roll on.IMG957267.jpgIMG957265.jpgIMG957263.jpgIMG957266.jpgIMG957261.jpg
 

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Damn. That's the cleanest pulled engine I have ever seen. They usually cut every single connector or hose. Where'd you get it from?
 

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Wow, thats crazy. I've gotten a number of engines/trans from them. Most of the stuff looked really rough. One engine was sitting in a mud pit for a few years before I got it. But all of their stuff works. Looks like you got a decent one!
 
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Wow, thats crazy. I've gotten a number of engines/trans from them. Most of the stuff looked really rough. One engine was sitting in a mud pit for a few years before I got it. But all of their stuff works. Looks like you got a decent one!
I sure hope so. It was a running auction car.
 

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Nice. Pop a new input seal in the trans while you're there and let 'er rip.
 

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