Hi Guys, I'm a nubie here and I hope I'm not asking some of the same ole dumb questions, I've been doing some research, but,... well, here goes,... I've got an 88 CRX-HF that I want to swap a D16Z6 into. I've got an '88 CRX Si parts car thats donating the Tranny, front spindles/hubs, axles and front brakes. Many of the forum's I've been reading say to use the A6-Si distributor & intake. I have the intake, is it better than the Z6 ?, Or just easier to hook up ? And the Distributor, I've got one from an Si, but it looks like it won't fit the Z6 head right, needs some modifying to fit and I've heard many say to use only 2 bolts, instead of 3,.... can the Z6 Distributor be used ?? Seems a whole lot better since it bolts right up, I'll probably be using an MDS external coil. Is there a Distributer Jumper that will plug into the Si harness and into the Z6 distributer ? I'll be getting a OBD-0 to OBD-1 harness from rywire and be using a P28 ECU. I haven't talked to them yet, but I understand that their harness will have a couple of wires on it that hook up the v-tech, is that all that's needed to make the v-tech work like it's supposed to, (no toggle switches please, they might be alright for you straight line guys, but try hitting a toggle switch while your aotocrossing !!) It's going to be a street & autocross car, so I'm stayin' with the D-series engine since it's lighter (and cheaper) than the B-series. A good header, maybe a cam, that's all I'll need, along with the adjustable shocks, springs, and big sway bars I already have on the 90 HF. I know I could probably make more power with a B-series, but after 3 years of using a stock HF as a daily driver and autocross car, the Z6 will seem like a rocket !! After reading a whole bunch of forums, I picked this one to ask my queestions on because it looks like you guys know what your talking about and give great answers to questions. I'll probably have a few more questions before I'm through, hope to have it finished in a couple of months. Thanks !!