Discussion in 'Auto Multi-Media' started by firstname.lastname@example.org, Feb 12, 2007.
I have a few questions for the op if hes still post on this site...
That would be awesome. A thread like this needs revival!
the turbo motor is gone # 4 injector stoped working at the track and Damage (# 4 Piston) had a hole 1/2 " and H-Data stoped the motor from doing more Damage to the block soo moving on N/A motor with a lill extra ... ITB PCT pistons exe build in same CAR 80 civic starting now......motor is appart parts shipping to me now.
DOING B16 still cuz it fits great and it makes that light cvcc roll down great and i just like b16.. i could go with B18 B20 or any other Motor out there BUT like the B16 so doing it.
the block is striped out and shoped for 4 more days so i thought what a better time to ( WAKE THE DEAD !!!
and now more pics Shipped to me of new start -- or old start something. YAH or short for more $$$ out my ashes.
omg bro im starting pretty much the same thing but a 81 wagon..i deff gotta kno how u did it what fuse panels..how the fuel pump is wired etc..
there are a ton of pics i did and papers and crap just way too much to time to go through might one day put it all in one cd
cardomain look under 80-82 civic most of the pics are on there for the swap just to much stuff to list.
i get emails like this all the time.
I love this car ! my very first car was a 79 cvcc with a d16a1 in it
Anyone still active that has done this swap?
Trying to figure out which axles to use for the 2nd gen with a B Swap.
Back when I thought the 79 was a cvcc and that because it was a first gen civic it would have a first gen d16 in it lol
Did you figure out an axle setup?
Hey cvccricebaby what mounts did you use? Should I just get the stock mounts for the engine? Or b16a mounts for 88-91, 92-95, or 96-2000? I thought I recalled reading it in here but now I can't find it. I have an 81 and a b16a gen2. This will be my first Frankenstein fitment.
Companys sell swap kits now
So I'm swapping my '97 civic's D16 for a '96-'98 B16A out of an SIR II but the stock hydraulic clutch line is too short. Any ideas on what I should use?
Wow, you've been around since 2010??
lol yea and still some how not VIP or Moderator
The only moderadtionthat happens here is killin spam.
I want to be the guy killing those Korean ads at 7am lolol
No shit? Got a link?
I've been searching and can't find this swap kit you speak of. Earliest I can find is 1988. Maybe you're just messing with me?
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