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After doing a K24 swap recently for a customer, I realized that there really wasn't a good parts list out there to make the swap go as smooth as possible. Since there are a lot of variations from Honda, I tried to come up with the list that makes it as easy as possible so that you can get the right parts the first time.

If I am missing something or you have found that a part number that actually doesn't work well, please feel free to let me know.

http://www.clubrsx.com/cr/k24swap.html
 

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which variation of the k24 swap? full k24a2 motor? frank? or does it apply to all. where was this last week when i was getting mine done. =[ i'm curious to see if i'm missing anything that may prove to be of importance
I changed the title to fit what I was talking about better.
 

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if you are staying all motor or supercharging then go with the k24 if you are going turbo then stick with the K20.

I made the page to make sure that it doesn't go anywhere. I am not sure if there is a lot of demand for the list, I know that I couldn't find one out there.
 

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if going supercharger on a k24/k20 build, is it as easy as doing the regular swap, then just install the supercharger?
^ i'd also like to know. are superchargers compatible with other k-series heads? (crv, tsx, etc...)

i have a base so i could get a crv block, then type-s head but a crv long block is cheaper than the type-s head alone. and i'm not looking to squeeze every ounce of power out necessarily, as i know the type-s head flows much better
Yes, it is that simple. It will bolt onto a K20 head without an issue, the only thing you would have to change is the belt because of the height differences in the block.

If I got a modified s2k -> k20 oil pump what parts would I need and any modifications? And would there be any benefits, cause I thought the crank is what limits the k24/k20 builds, not the k20 oil pump. I'm probably gonna buy my k20/k24 build in 2 weeks and since I don't have a k20 block I could go with an s2k pump.
What you need is the pump, a K24 oil chain and guides and a K24 pan.
 

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Hopefully not too broad of a question:

Of all the items listed in post #1, are any of these items not normally included on a completely assembled K24 engine.

Hopefully not too specific of a question:

Do any of the factory dipsticks give an accurate reading on K20A2/K24A1 setup?
I'm guessing the choice of oil pan also makes a difference here.
you use a K24 dip stick and that is why I included it on the list.
 

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the K24A2 does have them and the only K24 block that does. you will need to change the bearings and you will have to measure everything out to get proper clearances. I would go with aftermarket rods and pistons personally because there is a wider range of options and they will allow you to push the motor farther.
 
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