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Old 10-16-2003, 04:56 AM   #1
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Default ***Okay Let's Cut Down on the Repeated Qs about Certain Swaps - Post Links HERE***

Like the topic states.

Let's compile some good links to the most common topics, such as H22A swaps into 1992-2000 Civics, 1996-2000 Civic wiring, swap info, and pretty much any B series swap into any certain chassis you can think of.

If you have good info on any other swaps too, like H22a into Accord, etc. please post whatever links you have that are good sources of info.

Thanks.

EDIT: 4/7/08 by builthatch - if you have a link for submission, or general info related to this subject, OR see a dead link, please PM a mod of the hybrid forum, like me, toyomatt84, chad, etc.




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Old 10-16-2003, 05:05 AM   #2
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6 Gen EK Swap Guide 101 <--- -Click the damn link!!

full swap details

That includes (for you slow people):

OBDII
B18b
B16a
B16b
B18c
B18c5

Into your 96-98 Civic CX/ DX/ EX/ HX

It also details the mounts for all 96-00 Swaps in an Ek and basic wiring info for 96-00 EK.





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I expect a nice compilation of H22A info since we have some experinced H22Aers in here.

Don't dissappoint me guys!
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http://www.c-speedracing.com/h...p.php

b18c into EG Full swap matrix
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The Definitive H22A swap info. Courtesy of Poison, turbogixxer and other's:

Honda-Tech H22A EG/EK Swap Info.
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Default Re: ***Okay Let's Cut Down on the Repeated Qs about Certain Swaps - Post Links HERE*** (B18C5-EH2)

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I expect a nice compilation of H22A info since we have some experinced H22Aers in here.

Don't dissappoint me guys!
Ok, I'll write about the part how the H22A swap is "sooo much better" and "faster" than a B18C5 swap

I added some input into the other H22 thread that's been started up. Heh, for me it's easier to answer specific questions when somebody gets stuck on a particular swap or project, or what parts to use, rather than start from scratch on what needs to be done .
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hmm... still looking for JDM b18c into US EG...
its pretty much the same as a b18c1 into the same chassis save for wiring up the butterfly valves in the IM...
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Here's my experience with a b18c into an EG : https://honda-tech.com/zero...91766

Depending on what OBD you go with and the trim model of your civic i.e. SI, ex, dx, cx. You may have to wire (4) wires into the car harness: Vtec solenoid- if you car was produced after 92 and does not have a Vtec motor, pressure switch, IAB, knock sensor- unless of course you get a programmed ecu that does away with the knock sensor. If you have any problems, ask Villian, poison, tom- there's lots of good tech guys here!
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here's what you should do to your engine before you put it in!!!!!

http://theoldone.com/articles/badtothebone/

i love the clutch, "it's stable for shifts at over 10k RPM"
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any k series in an ek
if not an eg atleast?
pEacE
here
https://honda-tech.com/zerothread?id=611225
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If anyone has any questions about a K20 swap into a 7th gen civic, you can ask me.
You can PM me on clubrsx.com, 7thgencivic.com, or here.
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k...what about the wiring of a b16 in a da?
http://www.g2ic.com/tegtips/engine/15.html

It matters what year your teg is and what OBD you want. (of course, if it is a 92-93, you should keep OBD1)
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anybody know what kind of problems i might encounter if i swap a b16a2 w/the wiring harness and ecu into an 97 ek, and will it be plug and play
A lot. The wire harness configuration is different between 96-98 and 99-00.
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I'm looking to do an engine swap in my 2000 civic ex. I want lots of HP with just that...plus the ability to throw in turbo, nos, etc..I've been told GSR engine by one person but also been told it's too big by another.
Also, laff at me all you want, but I need to keep it auto tranny.
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Apparantly they made 94-95 GSR's with Automatic transmissions..but if you have a d series I'd just turbo that....No sense in fooling around with swapping
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Come on bro - you want help but can't help yourself???

I typed "b16 into eg" into the search and it comes back to me with "into, eg; Too common and too short"

This should have been your first flag to try something different in the search box. Additionally, on the very first page of this thread are several links that will get you underway.

http://www.c-speedracing.com/h...p.php

Whats wrong with this link? Lemme guess, it says "B18C" and not B16?
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Does this get it done for you: LINK

A suggestion for your future searches: Check both "Recent" and "Archived" posts.
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anyone know about b18c1 into a 94 civic ex coupe. motor mounts? shift linkages? conversion harness? or a link? thanks
your kidding me right?


a few posts up shows you what motor mounts you need for your civic

then a if you read through the pages...it will give you the C-speed article on swaping in a B series into a civic...you dont need conversion harness...b18c1 should be odb1 and you have odb1 ex with vtec harness....should plug right up...if using a p28 chipped ECU.(guessin you have a p28 cause of your ex), then you wont need to add knock sensor
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Default Motor Mount Mayhem!!! (For EK, B swap)

I've posted this elsewhere but I figured it might help here on the swap pages.

Here's what I've learned in the prep for putting my B16B (same dimensions as B18C5) into my 98 civic ex coupe.

I've used many resorces and here's a great place to look at the mounts (and purchase) http://www.hondaautomotiveparts.com
Look at the mounts for an EK ( I used a 98 civic EX coupe) and compare them to a 99 civic SI.
The upper driver side mount (23186) and upper tranny mount (23189) are the same. Down to the Honda dealeship part # (I have if you need, just ask)
For a B series swap into 96-00 civic you will need the rear mount, front tranny mount, and AC bracket from 99-00 SI or 96-97 Del sol W/B16,
Part #'s from a civic SI, Prices & product # from above mentioned site

Rear Mount (honda part # 50827-S04-N10) product # 23225 $36.59
Front tranny (H.P # 50843-S04-N10) product # 23228 $52.07
AC Bracket (H.P. # 38930-P30-000) product # 23223 $105.00

The stock torque mounts and rear rubber/chassis on your EK are kept and used (numbers in picture on hondaautomotiveparts are: 2,8,9 & 3) . I was told the civic SI mounts look very similar but would not work/mount correctly. I was under the impression that #3 might be a problem as the part #'s are not the same and the Bolts that go through them are different lengts, (D = 101mm, B = 97mm) makes me wonder if the rear mount that attaches to the rubber at this point of the chassis is 4mm narrower than the D series mount, But I've been told to use the stock rubber. will find out soon.

You will also need a 12 X 67 mm bolt (23229) (H.P. # 90186-SL4-000) for attaching the rear mount to you motor because the stock D series mount is 14 X 107 mm.

Luckily my motor came with the AC bracket so I havent looked up anything on the bolts being used from you D series. I do know that allmost most of the other bolts will work. Just check out the pictures/part numbers and compare/contrast.
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trying to find a b18b1 into a 88 crx dx
i've searched anyone have a link please?
I'm sorry bud, but if you look two posts up, you will find tons of links to information that will help you. The swaps are all pretty much universal (as in a guide to a b16a will work for a b18a/b/c). The only differences are pretty much wiring and cutting if necessary.
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I'm planning on getting a 99 ek and swapping the motor with a 95 b18b1 that's in my current 94 eg. So far the plug-n-play method is to get d-series obd1 alternator/dizzy and a b-series obd2 alternator/dizzy (since I don't really want to dick with rewiring...hard to find info). I'll also need an obd1 dx ecu for the eg and a conversion harness to use my obd1 p72 in the ek. I'll also get a civic/del sol b16 ac bracket for the 99 ek (finally...ac). I'm gonna use dsm injectors for the ek (for when I boost), but from what I gather you'll want to use the obd2 injectors for an obd1 b18 (ek's are 240cc's like the b18 anyways). Last thing to get is the 99-00 SI rear mount. Not really sure what mounts I'll need for a 99 d16 into a 94 eg, I'll cross that road when I get to it. The local swap guru is a great guy, he's always good about helping me and my bro.

The crappy thing about obd1 into an ek is that it's very uncommon, so the info isn't easy to find.
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