K20A2 swapped EP3 Civic Si!

US $4,800.00
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Ashtabula, Ohio, United States

Features and Specifications

Make: Honda
Model: Civic
Type: Hatchback
Trim: Si
Year: 2002
Mileage: 94,000
VIN: SHHEP33542U310052
Color: White
Engine: K20A2 Acura RSX Type-S I4
Cylinders: 4
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: FWD
Interior color: Black
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Rebuilt, Rebuildable & Reconstructed

2002 Honda Civic Si

Selling an EP3 Civic Si, fortified with the engine, transmission and brakes from a Acura RSX Type-S. The car is a bit of a project, one which I honestly don't have time for at the moment. But my loss is your gain!
The good: This car has the drive train and brakes from the RSX Type S. That means 200 hp, a six speed transmission, big brakes and five lug hubs! Other goodies include a Hondata ECU with a 93 octane tune, Skunk 2 coil-overs rear, lowering springs front (I have no idea why the previous owner went with this set-up, but it seems to work). Previous owner claims 220 hp, but this is unconfirmed obviously. The body is totally rust free. The seats are clean and free of rips and scuffs. The engine is claimed to have 76,000 miles... also unconfirmed. Though the car is shown with snow tires, it also comes with some very nice
The bad: This car is missing some interior trim bits, the molding around the windshield, the headlight washer nozzles and two out of the three wiper arms that this car left the factory with. As you can see from the pictures, the car exhibits the panda look, what with the black hood, roof and hatch... which might go in the good category if you like that sort of thing. It is also showing a check engine light and SRS light. The engine light is for codes P0141 (oxygen sensor heater), P1298 (electric load detector circut high voltage) and P1164 (air/fuel ratio sensor). I'm guessing this is due to the non-stock Hondata ecu. The car runs strong though, with no detonation sounds, so.... yeah. Engine swap. The SRS light is due to a bad rear wheel ABS sensor, or so says the previous owner. Also, I know there is no stereo in the pictures, but the car will come with your choice of after market head units. I have a pile of them.
The ugly: This car has a branded title! Because, of course it would. Rebuilt Salvage. Also the title states odometer discrepancy. Because, once again, of course it would. But hey, with an engine swapped Honda, you expect a somewhat dodgy past. That's what I tell myself to help me sleep at night at least.
In summery, the car is rust free and runs super strong. Excellent car for an autocross build, budget rally car, track car oe all around fun car. 220 hp in a 2500 lb car is a hoot. Especially when it revs to 8300 rpm!
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