use an 86-87 distributor with one bolt at top - see attached picture
the 1st gen Civic hubs have 23 splines (like 88-91 Civic STD and CRX HF) the integra axles are 26 splines - you will need the Integra knuckles/hubs
1st gen Teg knuckles/hubs and shift linkage, 86-87 (not 88-89) PG6 ECU (manual trans), #6 cap for the intake camshaft so you can bolt on the 86-87...
just a comment on that DPFI to MPFI wiring changes diagram - a couple of things that are not clear in the instructions - when you cut the yellow...
To get the EGR working, follow this:
Please note that I have referenced the ECU pin numbers as the most commonly used convention followed by the...
I assume you are using the Civic STD engine and chassis harnesses which have been converted from DPFI to MPFI - is this correct?
Do you have the...
yes - axles and intermediate shaft will work - you will need to change the seal in the transmission on the driver's side for the intermediate shaft
First thing you should do is make sure the camshaft timing is correct - having to run it at 6 degrees retarded would lead me to believe the cam...
yes - Y7 head on the B7 block will raise the compression ratio to around 10:1
yes - you can use either transmisson
any codes showing on the ECU?
was it running and just quit or what? the correct ECU is PM7 - you said you replaced the distributor - did you get the spark plug wires in the...
you do need some way to control the ignition timing - we tried using the 86-87 Integra D16A1 vacuum advance distributor but it didn't work very...
you will need to redo the intake manifold as the SOHC intake won't bolt onto the DOHC ZC head
how big are those carbs?
the 1st gen CRX transmission will not bolt to the D16A6 engine - not even close
also, none of the mounts will work
fuel cut-off on the P2P should be 7000 rpm
P2E is not a VTEC ECU and will not allow the engine to run in VTEC mode
LX sedan is DPFI - 90 and 91 EX sedans are MPFI D16A6
the P28, being a VTEC ECU, will not work well - if you can't find the P29, use the P06, chipped with P29 fuel and ignition maps
factory OBD1 DOHC ZC ECU is the P29
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