Honda CR-V with a Integra Type R Engine

Honda CR-V with a Integra Type R B18C7 Engine

Daniel Oxer took his first-gen Honda CR-V and swapped out the factory 2.0 L B20 for a 1.8 L B18C7 from a Honda Integra Type R. The stock internal engine produces 310 horsepower to the wheels thanks to a Garrett GTX3076R turbocharger running 12 psi of boost and E85 fuel. The factory AWD system has been disengaged and runs in FWD only. His best time (in the video) was a 13.67 sec at 111.06 mph.

Honda CR-V with a Integra Type R B18C7 Engine

Source: Fullboost Youtube channel

1973 Skyline with a Toyota V8

Rocky Auto 1973 Skyline with Toyota 1UZ-FE V8

Rocky Auto really enjoys swapping motors. Most of their Skyline projects use either the factory inline-six or something newer like a RB-series engine. But sometimes like in the case of this 1973 Skyline KGC110 they go really wild. Under the hood is a 4.0 L Toyota 1UZ-FE V8 from a Lexus LS400. If you are interested in such a unique car Rocky Auto is selling it for ¥12,800,000 or about $106,000.

Rocky Auto 1973 Skyline with Toyota 1UZ-FE V8

Rocky Auto 1973 Skyline with Toyota 1UZ-FE V8

Rocky Auto 1973 Skyline with Toyota 1UZ-FE V8

Rocky Auto 1973 Skyline with Toyota 1UZ-FE V8

Rocky Auto 1973 Skyline with Toyota 1UZ-FE V8

Rocky Auto 1973 Skyline with Toyota 1UZ-FE V8

Rocky Auto 1973 Skyline with Toyota 1UZ-FE V8

Source: Rocky Auto via Crossbred Nation

2008 Dodge Charger with a Chevy V8

2008 Dodge Charger with a 6.0 L LQ4 V8

The owner purchased this 2008 Dodge Charger with a blown 2.7 L V6 with intentions of rebuilding it. But after learning how bad these engines and really liking Chevy engines he decided to go with a 6.0 L LQ4 V8 and 4L80E automatic transmission. The engine was kept completely stock except for a tune and made 308 whp and gets 25 mpg highway.

Source: Shawnsutube Youtube channel and Mike Morris Motorsports Facebook page