View Full Version : Jswap parts list?
06-05-2010, 08:40 PM
Ok so on anotehr local forum, a girl wants to trade me her j swap for my H2B for better ease at boost, which suits me because im a NA guy.
I have a few questions though.
She has a j35 an j30, no clue on a1234 whatever, should I know what they are for a specific reason?
1st gen mounts
6 speed trans
ecu(unsure which one) is there a specific ecu I need?
axles(hasport I think)
turbo manifolds ( i wont be using lol)
what else will i need to get this thing running? I want to be sure what im getting into before I attempt this uglyass swap lol.
Oh and do I have to remove my trans mount off the frame?
06-05-2010, 11:05 PM
you definatly need the wiring harness. sounds like you will just have a few small things to get along the way. you will have to reomove the passenger side mount. the egj1 mount kit has good clearance under the car.
06-07-2010, 05:45 PM
this is what he has
1. J30a4, 53,000 miles2. J35a1, around 95,000 miles3. Accord 6 speed manual transmission--came off the J30a4, same as the tl type s, just a LOT cheaper.4. Honda Odyssey ECU, immobilizer is already removed5. Shift linkages, and shift box6. Turbo manifolds for the J30a47. Acura CL Type S engine harness
06-08-2010, 12:12 PM
The j30 and j35a1 don't have alot of power compared to a j35a4 or j32a2. One plus side is your engine would be manual already. If you get an engine I listed ubove you'll more than likely need to spend money to convert it to manual. On the second list you didn't list the mounts or axles again. So that's a $800+ difference from the first list of parts. The engine harness being from a -s doesn't make it better. It's the type s ecu you want. Oddesey ecus are plentiful. And anyone can pull an imobilizer. $40 will get you the cables and shifter from a junkyard.
I'm not saying not to trade. Just giving you the facts.
06-09-2010, 05:29 AM
Yea ive basically decided NOT to trade. I will conquer this swap but I wont be giving up my baby to do so. Atleast not after doing more research. I dont want a j35 since they sticka mile out of the hood. A j32 seems to be more along the lines of what im looking for.
Also their swap is More thrown together and still needing valuable parts that I really dont feel like spending MORE money on. Had it been a complete swap or ONLY needing the harness from rywire I would have done it.
The axles they were tryin to say were some oem axles and id have to convert them myself which is a PITA sometimes. and the ecu I wouldnt use, nor the axles, nor their shifter crap.
06-09-2010, 06:37 PM
Actually it's not thrown together. I also have the type s ecu, hasport axles and the harness which I bought from rywire, they just were not going to be included in the trade.
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