Where is a good place for a new engine?

Discussion in 'General Motoring' started by CaptainKrunch, Feb 5, 2004.

  1. Where is a good/inexpensive place to get a new or rebuilt v-tec 4cyl motor
    for a 96 Accord? I am not having any problems now but I would like to know
    where to go if I do.

    CaptainKrunch, Feb 5, 2004
  2. Well you certainly have a good point there, I should have put my locale, but
    a local NG isn't going to have the coverage this one will.

    Another odd thing is that after looking at "rec.autos.makers.honda" I see
    nothing that indicates it is an "international" forum to exclude the United
    States. Isn't the fucking internet international anyway? Yes I thought so.

    If for example there was an engine in Georgia, and I am here in Seattle, I
    would't have to fucking drive there to get an engine. They have these
    things called airplanes and trucks that actually deliver goods, to include
    engines, from one place to another. Kind of like how everything you have
    EVER used, or purchased was transported from one place to another.

    Oh and hey, if your dick is long enough go try fucking yourself.

    I will clarify my origianl post. If anyone knows of a good place to
    purchase a rebuilt or new V-TEC engine for a 4 cyl 1996 Accord Ex within the
    continental US please let me know. If you are outside the United States,
    even though engines can be shipped from anywhere, then please refer to the
    previous paragraph.


    CaptainKrunch, Feb 6, 2004
  3. CaptainKrunch

    TCS Guest

    Why the **** are you asking in an international forum? If, for example,
    somebody recomends a great shop in atlanta georgia, are you going to drive
    there to get a rebuilt/new engine?

    Try a local newsgroup.
    TCS, Feb 9, 2004
  4. Under the hood?
    Howard Lester, Feb 9, 2004
  5. CaptainKrunch

    TCS Guest

    I thought so. You're a complete idiot.
    TCS, Feb 9, 2004
    Stephen Bigelow, Feb 9, 2004
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