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Old 07-29-2009, 02:10 PM   #1
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will a d16y8 block mate to a d16a6 head with out any problems??
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Old 07-29-2009, 02:18 PM   #2
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Yep it will. But you will need to install the a6's oil control jet into the y8 block. Oh and almost forgot. You need to extend the fan switch wiring from the back of the engine over to the switch will be now located on the thermostat house.
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yes sir it will do what d16si said tho. and ull be fine
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thanks alot guys wut exactly does the oil control jets look like?
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ill try to take a pic for you and post it ive got a few engines apart i just need to find my camera.
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or vise versa...!!!
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you'll find it in the block located here..

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can you get that jet from the dealership... because dont they usually get messed up when you pull them out?
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i can get it for you if your willing to drive to redlands.
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can you get that jet from the dealership... because dont they usually get messed up when you pull them out?
if i recall i think you can like unscrew them out of the block with a screwdriver. but i dont recall its been some time since i did a mini me swap lol
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It's usually removed by screwing a screw into it and then pulling on the screw with pliers. It's held in with honda-bond or something.
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