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Old 06-28-2007, 01:25 PM   #1
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Default sohc d-series vs dohc zc intake manifolds

Does anyone know if there is a flange/ bolt pattern difference between the late model sohc d-series and the dohc zc intake manifolds? or are all d-series intake manifold bolt patterns the same?

Just wondering, can I use a late model D-series supercharger on a zc engine with minimal tweaking?

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The bolt pattern is different......jlicrx or zcspeed.com can hook you up with an adapter plate though... Click the image to open in full size.

All D series bolt patterns are the same EXCEPT the DOHC ZC.
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The bolt pattern is different......jlicrx or zcspeed.com can hook you up with an adapter plate though... Click the image to open in full size.

All D series bolt patterns are the same EXCEPT the DOHC ZC.
hit the nail on the head

I would not try to force a JRSC on with an adaptor though
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The bolt pattern is different......jlicrx or zcspeed.com can hook you up with an adapter plate though...

All D series bolt patterns are the same EXCEPT the DOHC ZC.
I dont believe that is entirely true, my d16a1 manifold did not line up with my d16a6.

With the adapter plate supercharging may be bad like Autoworks said because high probability of a intake leak.
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nice, quick responses

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Okay.....DOHC D series intakes are not compatable with SOHC D series....


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I dont believe that is entirely true, my d16a1 manifold did not line up with my d16a6.

With the adapter plate supercharging may be bad like Autoworks said because high probability of a intake leak.
D16A1 should be the same as ZC, I'm sure jilicrx will know for sure, but I am pretty sure that's correct.
Actually, that is correct, the insulated Intake Mani gasket I used on my ZC was for a D16A1 86-89 Integra.

The reason I wouldn't try to force the JRSC on with an adaptor is due to it moving the JRSC back and not ligning up correctly on the pulley side. I'm sure it could all be fixed, but it would be more time and headache than it's worth probably. (pulley tensionor, different belt lengths, pulley alignment...one more reason to turbo Click the image to open in full size. )
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