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Not worth it you have a D15 DPI with the money you would spend moding that engine you could source a B16a or a B18c and have a much more reliable and mod accepting engine to work with. Plus if you can get the B18c you get a DOHC 1.8L VTEC with an LSD 5speed tranny with wide aftermarket support and extremely cheap to mod.

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