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D series mini me to B series

Old 04-17-2019, 06:25 AM
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Alright, I read the swap sticky forum. From what I understood, B16's are plug and play in my 94 DX originally with a D15B7, now has a Mini-me, so I have the VTEC wiring and the Hondata ECU. Can anyone help me figure out what all is needed exactly to complete the swap? I know I'll need a B series trans, I'm guessing B series motor mounts? Will they fit in my EG sedan mounts? Will I need any of the B series harness?
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You'll need b series trans, axles, rear t bracket, shiftlinkage, alternator and mounts. Some single cam tranny mounts are the same and the drivers side mount if you have the 3 hole aluminum ex one will work with a matching post mount for the b series block. Your single cam engine harness will fit a b series as long as the swap your getting has the same style plugs for injectors, distributor and alternator although those are pretty easy to rewire.
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