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91 civic hatch swap

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by Xave2541, May 6, 2011.

  1. Xave2541

    Xave2541 New Member

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    I currently have the super fast D15b1 engine (he said sarcastically) Someone told me that if i wanted to swap engines i would have to change fuel stuff which would be pretty hard. I have an accord so i dont really know how my little civic works. but i know i want more than 70 hp. So can someone give me a littl run down on how things go with swapping this engine...
     
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    if you stay non vtec d-series, its literally drop in, plug and play, as long as you stay in the same obd generation, find a 88-91 si and snag the d16a6, good 20hp drop in and alot more fun, shit find a whole parts cars and use the rear disk brakes
     
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    how much are you looking to spend?I have a 91 civic hatchback im looking to sell. im trying to get pics up but without a cpu its hard. If your interested txt or email me. I can send pics from my phone. 6*0*9*4*2*5 four one nine two. it has a b16a(OBDO), da Integra front and rear brake conversion, energy suspenion bushings all the way around, I have full interior just not in the car. just to name a few mods. In the vehicle forsale section there is more details.
     
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    Thanks So if i stay with the D series its pretty much the same but what if i want to switch to the B series
     
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    Mpfi conversion is fairly easy although time consuming. Add 5 wires to your ecu harness and move a few more around. There are schematics all over the web for mpfi conversion. I did it in my 91 hatch when i threw the b18 ls swap in. Took a couple hours the first time but it gets easier.
     
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    is the D16a1 from the 1g integra a direct bolt in to the 90 crx/civic also?
     
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    um yea its not, its a direct drop in for a 1st gen rex from 84-87 or civic 78-87
     
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    Can i do that Mpfi conversion and ride with my regular engine for the time being...
     
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    Okay i see why i wanna do that to change the generation of my car of sorts... In saying that do they make the b series OBD0
     
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    yes my 91 hatch with a b16 is still OBD0 . I used premade harness very clean set up.
     
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    yess they make obdo b-series engines, just google it bro seriously theres tons of info out there
     
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