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    Default Honda Civic 1995 Engine Swap/Re-build

    Iam driving 95 Civic for sometime, and seems like engine needs some serious attention. Its eating oil like 5-6 liter in 3000km run. Anyway i have decided to work on it, so what do you suggest Engine rebuild or Swap?
    Keeping in view than very soon cars will be running on petrol mostly since CNG load management.... advice please!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by wasay_ahmed View Post
    and wht abt Rotarys
    Its possible but no qualified resources available to do that...so they r considered disposable engines.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wonder_guy View Post
    Its possible but no qualified resources available to do that...so they r considered disposable engines.

    The problem is that people dont look beyond the dukaan wala ustaad mechanic - there are some workshops in Karachi that are dealing in such machinery.

    The reason our general people are stuck is that they think that they are saving a fortune of money by not getting it diagnosed and repaired by a qualified tech.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xulfiqar View Post
    The problem is that people dont look beyond the dukaan wala ustaad mechanic - there are some workshops in Karachi that are dealing in such machinery.

    The reason our general people are stuck is that they think that they are saving a fortune of money by not getting it diagnosed and repaired by a qualified tech.
    +1
    Here usualy every rebuild means Big bore ,good amount of grinding n tooling internals which costs alot n max life is 30 40k kms tht too wth many problems.
    Dontno why they dont agree wth simple re ring its way cheaper n no complications afterwards
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    Quote Originally Posted by wonder_guy View Post
    Its possible but no qualified resources available to do that...so they r considered disposable engines.
    we have workshops wth modern machinery but in terible condition like Facers wth curved tables honing boreing etc.Iv seen desi ustaads washing ported polished head wth laundry Soap n water lolz
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