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Old 04-12-2005, 05:48 AM   #26
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all the way word for word. show me a link that shows OBD1 b18b1 into EK and ill shut up.
Between the very first and second reply to this thread, you should have all you need.

This link gets it done.
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Integra LS motor into a CRX SI (its just plug and play people)
http://www.geocities.com/speed...p.htm

Droppedcrxsi site very helpful for EF people
http://www.geocities.com/droppedcrxsi/

B-series into a 5g Civic (ek)
http://www.honda-tech.com/zerothread?id=131949

Damn nobobyd knows how to do he seach feature anymore or know how to read. Pretty pitiful guys.

How about some info on swaps into 1g CRX or 1/2g Civic's? haha now thats something worth searching for
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Sorry if this has been asked, but can anyone hook me up with instructions and a parts-needed list for B18B (97-00) into 2000 Civic DX hatch?

EDIT: FOUND IT! But I do need a parts list please. Also, what is a good idea to replace on your new (used) motor prior to install?
What's up buddy!
You can always PM me I'll help you with LS into Ek install info, just finishing up my own...
1) Wiring: mods are very minimal. BAsically lengthen some branches, then change the crank sensor and IACV plugs from 3-wire to 2-wire versions. Everything else is compatible but you will need to either get an extension or relocate your O2 sensor wiring.
2) Mounts: All rubber chassis mounts you will retain. Side trans bracket from D16 you will keep, and drivers upper steel bracket you will also keep. You will use the drivers upper cast engine bracket from a 99-00 Si, also rear trans bracket from the Si. Any B-series hydro front tranny mount should be OK, and any B-series a/c bracket but if you want to keep your D-series compressor without discharging it you need either a P54 (del Sol VTEC) or P7J (CRV) bracket.
3) Linkage: I think any B-series will work except del Sol...I just went ahead and got new 99 Si linkage w/extras for around $100 shipped from http://www.slhondaparts.com
4) Get a short ram intake for Si.

If you got a complete swap with alternator, external brackets, axles, tranny, midshaft, manifolds, etc...with the stuff above then you are pretty much in good shape to get started.
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What's up buddy!
You can always PM me I'll help you with LS into Ek install info, just finishing up my own...
Thanks bro! I am getting a 2000 LS swap with 27K on for 2K. Import Auto Salvage is throwing in the Si engine and tranny mounts for free, but want 125 for an SI ac bracket. I guess I will use the integra linkage. Can I just cut the wires for my secondary O2? Doesn't AEM make a CAI for this swap? Also, what header are you using?

Much love!
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I just picked up a used DC GSR header from a local dude. You can use any B-series header except ones specifically for B16 as they may not clear your oilpan.

Don't pay $125 for that bracket!!! You might as well keep the stock teg a/c bracket since the Si would require you to change to a B-series compressor anyhow. I've seen CRV P7J brackets go for about $60 used, you can even build a brand new one for around $100. I found mine for $50, and you can keep your factory compressor from the D16.

You can cut the O2 wires but if using any OBD2 ecu you will get a continuous CEL. If going OBD1 you don't need them, but you don't need to cut it. I'd keep it in case you ever needed to pass smog testing or whatever. The LS requires less wiring than your DX so there's no need to hack any plugs or add any wires, just change the 2 I mentioned before. I think I have both plugs btw...also OBD1 does not use that crank sensor either.

AEM might make a CAI, don't know...You can probably make an SI cai fit.
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Here is a brief overview of swapping a B16 into a 2001+ EM2 Civic.

http://honda-tech.com/zerothread?id=1320602
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Spend some time searching. The 92-95 Civic used a 2-piece engine harness. The 99-00 Si used a 1-piece engine harness that runs all the way through the firewall and to the ECU. Yes, there are other wires to add as well - IAB is an example. You're doing a B-series into a 5th gen Civic - its been done more than a few times. The first page of this thread has a few links to assist you.
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need info on 97 itr into 00 ek. wat harness do i use for simple plug and play for the ecu?
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need info on 97 itr into 00 ek. wat harness do i use for simple plug and play for the ecu?
Use your stock harness with conversion harness as needed.
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what are the part numbers for the mounts and brackets needed for the b-series in EK swaps?

i know they have been covered before, after searching i found several different part numbers for each of them. I just wanted a straight answer on what to get. thanks
Rear Tranny mount from the 99-00 Si: 50827-S04-N10 $29.94

Driver side mount bracket from the 99-00 Si: 11910-P30-000 $41.03

96 del Sol AC bracket: 38930-P54-000 $95.40 ( only if you want to keep your ac)

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What exhaust would you use for a B18C1 into a 96 CX HB?
I would use the b series header, get an omni adjustable test pipe, get piping from kteller.com and a rear section of ur choice.

After you adjust the test pipe to your liking, you can then get a "hi flow cat" or wutever cut and welded to the length of your test pipe for a snap in fit. Get it?
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I would use the b series header, get an omni adjustable test pipe, get piping from kteller.com and a rear section of ur choice.

After you adjust the test pipe to your liking, you can then get a "hi flow cat" or wutever cut and welded to the length of your test pipe for a snap in fit. Get it?
I get it, but there is no stock cat out there that would fit with a ek HB catback, and a b series header?
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Rear Tranny mount from the 99-00 Si: 50827-S04-N10 $29.94

Is that tranny mount the same as JDM EK4/9 tranny mount? Are there any other models of civic that use that mount?
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Man some if you guys don't READ! lol

All the EK swap info you need is listed in the third post of this therad. If you are lazy, click the link in my sig.
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Great links in this thread. I found all the info I need to swap, but one quick question:
B18C1 with 95 block, 99 head and 99 transmission.

What OBD is it? I or II?
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i'm a lil new at this but i belive the 95 is OBD1 but you can make it OBD2 by using the intake and throttlebody from the 99...
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http://honda-tech.com/zerothread/1644898 < JDM b18c into 99-00 Civic SI
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what wire harness do i need to swap in a gsr swap into a 99-00 civic? do i mod the gsr harness (if it comes with one) to my d-series harness? or would it be easier to use a 99-00 si harness?
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what wire harness do i need to swap in a gsr swap into a 99-00 civic? do i mod the gsr harness (if it comes with one) to my d-series harness? or would it be easier to use a 99-00 si harness?
Best option would to use the GSR harness and add wires to the civic subharness to the ECU. They will clip right up at the shock tower. But depending on the OBD, you might need a jumper harness at the ECU plugs.
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B20Z into a 92-93 OBDI DA Integra. I've searched, believe me, I've searched

Mostly what I'm interested in knowing are the parts list that I'll need. I know I can use my existing b18 wiring harness, tranny, and axles. Just wondering about ECU, etc.
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B20Z into a 92-93 OBDI DA Integra. I've searched, believe me, I've searched

Mostly what I'm interested in knowing are the parts list that I'll need. I know I can use my existing b18 wiring harness, tranny, and axles. Just wondering about ECU, etc.
yes everithing will work all mounts etc
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ok guys help me out ....ive searches so many threads on dpfi to mpfi...heres my setup..I have a 1991 dx civic sedan and im swapping a 90 integra LS..now can i just base everything off the normal multi port swaps i see ?
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ok guys help me out ....ive searches so many threads on dpfi to mpfi...heres my setup..I have a 1991 dx civic sedan and im swapping a 90 integra LS..now can i just base everything off the normal multi port swaps i see ?
Yes. It is the same.
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i am in the midst of editing this thread. i am removing all the questions, as this was not meant for questions, it was meant for solely answers, links to info, etc.

if you have info that you'd like to submit, please PM one of the mods on this forum-

builthatch, chad, toyomatt84, etc...

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obd2 b18b1 into 1992 Civic CX courtesy of dasfinc

http://www.honda-tech.com/zerothread/2239971

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