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ok, I got $3,000....
I want to use that to the max on my 95 accent GL. I'm going for look and performance. I was thinking about the beta engine swap but I dunno if it's really worth it???


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I recommend you going turbo<img src=/images/forums/snitz/thumbup.gif width=25 height=18 border=0>


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Definately do the Beta Motor swap! You can always turbo that too. Right? It will give your little Accent a 48 Horsepower gain! You won't get much more than that out of a turbo. Then you can do all the regular bolt-ons to your new motor. Which will give you sooo much more power than a turbo. I'm doing the swap as we speak and I definately recommend it. It will only cost about 1000 bucks from Kore Motorsports to get the 2.0 Engine, tranny, ECU, and I think the wiring harness. If you can do the work yourself, it won't cost you a penny to put it in. If you don't know how, I'm sure a performance shop near your house will do it for a few hundred bucks. If you do the swap, you'll need a few additional parts to make the most out of it. If so, try to get the tranny outta the 1.8 Elantra/Tiburon cause they are geared better! You may need axles to hold the new weight, but they aren't much at all, just go to a junkyard for them.<img src=/images/forums/snitz/thumbup.gif width=25 height=18 border=0>


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