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2000 civic si tranny on b18a1

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by jordan, Oct 3, 2003.

  1. jordan

    jordan Senior Member

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    ok i am planning on putting a 200 civic si tranny on my b18a1 that i am swapping into my 94 dx. what flywheel clutch and throw out bearing should i use? :worthy:
     
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    ACT or Clutchmasters
     
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    sloazcrx Senior Member

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    you do realize that your car and trannythat you want to use is a hydraulic tranny and the b18a1 motor uses a cable tranny. Not to mention that your 94 model car is setup for a hydraulic clutch. If you haven't already got the motor get a b18b instead or try to trade. It would be much easier.
     
  4. jordan

    jordan Senior Member

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    yeah i know that the b18a used cable clutch but the engine doesnt have much to do with the hydraulic system. i just need to know if i use the b18a flywheel? and which clutch do i use the civic si? or the b18a?
     
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    JDMilan Senior Member

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    pressure plate connects to the flywheel which connects to the crank of the block,

    you don't go by tranny, but it's a b series so all is compatable.


    I suggest an EXedy clutch and a fidanza
     
  6. jordan

    jordan Senior Member

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    ok thanks for the info.
     
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