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Icon5 help -> timing belt/wrist pin

okay so my last prelude pretty much bit the dust when a wrist pin snapped, it still runs however. and yesterday driving down the interstate my timing belt snapped in my current prelude. i still have my old prelude but was wondering if i could take the head off of it and put it on my current? they are the same year and everything, and im expecting my valves to be bent in my current head.

will the broken wrist pin have any affect on the head of my other prelude?

cause im a broke ass college kid and cant afford really anything new. well, i really probably cant afford whatever costs im about to incur. might be headin to the financial aid office to try and get a student loan. help a brotha out. im sitting in class right now and my mechanic just called but i had to miss it. damn damn damn. ill post up what they say when i give them a call back.
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