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1990 CIVIC d-15 V-TEC sawp

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by Markafella, Aug 16, 2003.

  1. Markafella

    Markafella Junior Member

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    Hey Im going to swap out my d-15b2 non v-tec bullshitty out to a j-spec d15-b v-tec complete swap, will this be hard to so since they are basically the same?
     
  2. Jim Truett

    Jim Truett Senior Member

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    It is a very easy swap. You can swap the '90-'91 Si intake manifold to it and keep OBD-0 wiring. The drivers side motor mount will be a little twisted in the cup, but it will still work. The wiring is simple if you go with a JDM PR3 or PW0 ECU. You can also use a RPM activated switch to control the VTEC, but you will not get any fuel correction that way.

    That is the motor I was running in my CRX before it was totaled. I was using a PW0 ECU to run it, and with a COMP cam, would freely rev to 7800 without a complaint. You already have a 1.5l, so you won't see any torque loss, but the HP potential is there, and most of the aftermarket parts from the D16Z6 bolt right up.
     
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