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So I have searched and searched for this but cannot find anything.

Is the manual transmission in the 2.4L and the 3.0L the same and or compatible?

I have a car that is in really good shape. It is High mileage. not showing any problems but I figure if I start building an engine now, I may be finished by the time the car needs a new one. (it would be a slow project for me).

I have a 2.4L and have owned a 3.0L in the past. I dont mind the 2.4 at all but if it is a simple drop in to put the 3.0 in I may look into building one of those instead.
 
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So I have searched and searched for this but cannot find anything.

Is the manual transmission in the 2.4L and the 3.0L the same and or compatible?

I have a car that is in really good shape. It is High mileage. not showing any problems but I figure if I start building an engine now, I may be finished by the time the car needs a new one. (it would be a slow project for me).

I have a 2.4L and have owned a 3.0L in the past. I dont mind the 2.4 at all but if it is a simple drop in to put the 3.0 in I may look into building one of those instead.
I'm like 95% sure the transmissions are not compatible; sorry.
 
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cool, figured as much but thought it was worth a shot. anyone know about dropping a 3.0 w/ transmission into a car that was originally 2.4
 
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cool, figured as much but thought it was worth a shot. anyone know about dropping a 3.0 w/ transmission into a car that was originally 2.4
Why would you want to even consider such a swap?
 
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the 3.0 makes so much more power. If I go through with the build it will just be a toy at that point.
 
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the 3.0 makes so much more power. If I go through with the build it will just be a toy at that point.
Instead of swapping the I4 automatic transmission for the V6 transmission, it would be better/faster/cheaper to convert the car to the 5-Speed manual transmission meant for the I4 engines. The two benefits is your car will have a REAL transmission as well as a transmission capable of reliably transmitting much more power to the street.

It's funny because I am a staunch advocate of not doing Auto-to-Manual conversions.
 
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I have the I4 with a manual tranny. I want to keep it manual.

regardless of what engine goes in it would for sure be a manual transmission to go with it. I am just trying to see how realistic it would be to go to a 3.0. whether that be an engine swap or an engine and tranny swap. If it will bolt up easily.

If it would be too much customization I may just have to settle for an overbuilt k24 with possible turbo.

I have a buddy who is a certified honda mechanic so the engine build install wouldnt be difficult in that regard. But he is not one of these mad mechanic completely custom builds guy. I am not either. if it gets too much into fab work its out of my league.
 

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I have the I4 with a manual tranny. I want to keep it manual.

regardless of what engine goes in it would for sure be a manual transmission to go with it. I am just trying to see how realistic it would be to go to a 3.0. whether that be an engine swap or an engine and tranny swap. If it will bolt up easily.

If it would be too much customization I may just have to settle for an overbuilt k24 with possible turbo.

I have a buddy who is a certified honda mechanic so the engine build install wouldnt be difficult in that regard. But he is not one of these mad mechanic completely custom builds guy. I am not either. if it gets too much into fab work its out of my league.
It isn't realistic at all; I looked up the parts, they don't even remotely bolt up.
 
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cool. just stick with the 2.4 then. Thanks.
 
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Are there any manuals out there with the specs for building the k24a4? torque specs, piston ring gap specs, etc. technical stuff like that?
 
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