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Old 01-15-2007, 08:52 PM   #1
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Does anyone know of a B2D adapter plate out there yet? Bisimoto says there is one "coming soon," but for $600 i hardly see how it's worth the money. Has there ever been one made yet?
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Old 01-16-2007, 03:25 AM   #2
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I would like to hear why people would be interested in a b2d, other than cheap transmissions. I understand why guys get all hot and bothered about H2B, but as far as i can tell, all the D series trannys are geared longer than B's.
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Its just another choice thats it. Doesnt mean its the answer to making any setup FASTER.

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That would be a great alternative for people on a buget. I would be very interested on that
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Old 01-20-2007, 12:47 PM   #5
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Is this b-motor to d-trans, or other way around? Seeing as how performance parts (gears, lsd, etc) are the same for both series trannies, I don't see any reason to be running a d-series trans if you don't have to. Only reason would be if you had a built sohc trans and wanted to sell out half-way go with a b-series motor.
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its harder for me to find an ex/si sohc tranny than any b16/gsr tranny.
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well I have 4 cable d-trannys laying around, so im sorry if Its hard too find them for you.
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Old 01-21-2007, 07:07 PM   #8
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$hit, I have d-series trannies coming out my ***, but if they want $600 for a plate then it will never be worth it
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Old 01-21-2007, 09:16 PM   #9
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dude, 600? I really doubt that, It wouldnt be worth all the r&d to develop such a product and have no one buy it. I wonder if a stock flywheel and clutch will work when, and If this kit comes out. If the kit was like 250-300, I would be all over it. I have so many si and dx trannys I could have a nice gear box built.
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I just recently did a clean up off the shop and I hauled two mint D16 SI cable trannies to the dump If there was a kit for 2-300 i would be all over it
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You tossed Those things?!!!! OMG, Ban.
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Old 01-21-2007, 11:02 PM   #12
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i ment si/ex 92up civic tranny not cable trannys
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the h2d adapter plate is like 6-700 dollars. thats why i'm thinking the b2d would be the same
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i ment si/ex 92up civic tranny not cable trannys
I have 2 of those.

Also, its H2B, not H2D.
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I have 2 of those.

Also, its H2B, not H2D.
there is also an h2d einstein...
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I didnt know that. noob.
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Old 01-26-2007, 05:55 AM   #17
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Bisimoto says they are making one, it's been saying that for a while now. I'm going to call them up today
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dude, 600? I really doubt that, It wouldnt be worth all the r&d to develop such a product and have no one buy it. I wonder if a stock flywheel and clutch will work when, and If this kit comes out. If the kit was like 250-300, I would be all over it. I have so many si and dx trannys I could have a nice gear box built.
I called them and FINALLY reached Bisi. He was very nice and told me that it has a tentative release date of mid to late march. The downside is that it will be estimated to be no less than $600 and may include a driver's side mount. But he said that if it needs a second mount the price will probably go up. That's a little steep for me. I could buy an LS tranny (if I end up putting it in an EF) and Hasport mounts for that kind of price.
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Old post... But would be sick kit for a AWD EF wagon.
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Old 11-22-2012, 07:18 PM   #20
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Old post... But would be sick kit for a AWD EF wagon.
that WOULD be sick. i think innovative or someone has a b2d for a crx out if im not mistaken.. swapshopracing has them. hm and the crx is considered an ef chassis. hmmmm.. would that work?
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IMO it would be worth it because you keep the stock mounts IIRC. you don't have to buy axles shift linkage or tranny and d series Trans can take more abuse than b series Trans due to having and I quote "shorter stubby gears"
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