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1999 d14 civic

Discussion in 'Civic and del Sol - EG and EK' started by scotishdan, Apr 15, 2010.

  1. scotishdan

    scotishdan New Member

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    i have a d14 engine civic and i fancy putting a f20 out of an accord into it has any body done this beofre and what will i need to swap over from the accord to the civic?
    thanks dan
     
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    Not sure exactly what it takes to swap that into a 1999 Civic. But, look up swapping an H22 into that chassis, it'll be the same.
     
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    kool do you know if its obd 2 or 2 it runs?
     
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    your civic should be OBD2a

    as Korax said the F20 swap will be the same as an H swap

    as for the rest of the OBD info:
    88-91 is obd0, 92-95 is obd1, 96-99 are obd2a and 2000+ is obd2b
     
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    you are correct... my OBD-2 dates were specific to the integra, and did not cover the other models accurately... my mistake... thankyou for bringing that to my attention

    here let me clarify this further

    OBD-0 covers:
    all Honda/Acura models 1988 - 1991

    OBD-1 covers:
    all Honda/Acura models 1992 - 1995

    OBD-2 is split into 2 generations: A and B

    OBD-2a covers:

    • 1996-1999 Acura Integra ​
    • 1996-1998 Honda Civic ​
    • 1996-2001 Honda Prelude ​
    • 1996-1997 Honda Accord​
    OBD-2b covers:

    • 2000-2001 Acura Integra ​
    • 1999-2000 Honda Civic ​
    • 1998-2002 Honda Accord​


    does that make you happy now captain "fail!!" :fuckyou3:
     
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    You're better off putting a k20/24 or a b16/18 into it.
     
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    see im looking at bulding a sleeper sorta thing and the f20 looks the same as a d14 (minus a few things)
     
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    anybody know where i can get h22 conversion bits and is there a guide on here couldnt see one?
     
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    whta would be needid for a d16 y8 conversion?
     
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    we dont get the D14 in the US so im not really sure what exactly is needed
    but my guess would be:

    engine
    mounts? not sure if the D14 ones would be compatible
    transmission
    ECU
    some wiring
    axles
    exhaust manifold ?
    intake tube ?

    a turbo ;)


    :shrug:


    if it was me, id go for a B18C
    if you dont want people to know whats under the hood, dont pop the hood and dont tell people about it
     
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    Run a couple wires and add the d16y8 ecu.

    I've done this conversion before. Everything is the same except the wiring. It's a D-Series engine. It's a de-stroked d16y7, down to the combustion chamber size. For the same power, and a less work, I'd suggest just doing a mini-me.
     
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    could i not just swap the loom over?
     
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    You can, but you'll have to swap over the wiring harness on the cabin-side as well. So, you'll need the whole harness.
     
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    so if i got a donnor car and swaped over the ecu,engine loom and engine that would be it?
     
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    as long as you maintain the engine series. IE: D16xx is the only engine you can swap without swapping the transmission, engine mounts, and axles too.
     
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    so i take it a d14 wont be the same ?
    you dont have that over in the us i forgot i though it was the same but only one way to find out
     
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    d14, d15, d16 all have the same transmission bell housing.

    A d16 engine bolts right up to a d14 transmission. The d14z1 and d14z2 are de-stroked d16y7 engines.

    When I lived in Germany, I put a d16y8 into a d14z2 ej6. I also put a d16y8 head on a d14z1 engine in an ej9.
     
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