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95 civic ex to a 94 dx hb

 
Old 08-17-2004, 12:52 PM
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Default 95 civic ex to a 94 dx hb

Just want to thank all of you for giving suggestions to my question earlier. Beginners luck I think, but I just found out that a friend of my friend is selling his engine to get a b16. anyways, he's selling a 95 civic ex engine and just wondering if that would work on my hb since it doesn't have a vtec engine on it. (transmission-wise), will it just fit in (motor-mounts)? and put turbo on it on the long run? Thanks again in advance!
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yes itll fit. you need to run a few wires and thats it.
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Any D-series tranny will bolt up to a D-series engine. You won't have the quicker gearing of the Si/EX tranny, but it will work just fine.
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do you guys suggest getting another tranny?
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I know I need to get a new ecu chip, but is that all I need?
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yes on the tranny, the shorter gears will give you much better accel. You won't have that long frustrating wait for power like you do now, I have a DX and hate the gearing.
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Thanks again for all of your suggestions!
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