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Old 09-22-2007, 09:12 PM   #1
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FOR SALE: VX Motor D15Z1 $150

Honda engine with 100K miles. Runs great. Needs new Distributor and hoses which were removed when I swapped in my new engine.

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Date: 2007-09-18, 3:20PM CDT

Location: Duluth, MN
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Damn, too far.
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When were you in Duluth, Jacinto?!?! I could've come and helped you!
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found this on craigslist while looking for VXes for Wombosi.
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Good deal but too far for me...
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I guess it's pretty unecomonical to ship one of these bad boys huh
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I guess it's pretty unecomonical to ship one of these bad boys huh
Depends how you get it shipped to you. There are some affordable freight shippers. I forget where i got the quote, but I figured it would be about $140 to ship a b18 Integra motor from Washington state to near Philly PA (minus packaging, and terminal to terminal).

I think with VX mileage, it would be cheaper to drive and get it if you have the time to do something like that. I've hauled quite a few different Honda motors/trannies in the back of my VX and it didn't mind it at all even with the old clutch, two people in the car, some big boxes of tools, and a 240k "power plant."
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I guess it's pretty unecomonical to ship one of these bad boys huh
Depends how you get it shipped to you. There are some affordable freight shippers. I forget where i got the quote, but I figured it would be about $140 to ship a b18 Integra motor from Washington state to near Philly PA (minus packaging, and terminal to terminal).

I think with VX mileage, it would be cheaper to drive and get it if you have the time to do something like that. I've hauled quite a few different Honda motors/trannies in the back of my VX and it didn't mind it at all even with the old clutch, two people in the car, some big boxes of tools, and a 240k "power plant."

But considering these motors can be found locally every few months at an affordable price, I would just wait for one closer since you'll probably save a lot of money and your motor is still going strong.
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Yeah, just hang in there and get a free one from some ricer that doesn't understand what a d15Z1 is all about. I scored mine with 110K miles for free.
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