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91 CRX DX swap OBD2 GSR JDM

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by Teambypass, Feb 26, 2005.

  1. Teambypass

    Teambypass Senior Member

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    My brother-in-law wanna swap a motor into his 91 CRX DX. As for far as swap go, we had done it before, but not into a CRX, and it shouldnt be too hard.

    These are what I know that would need for the swap. We will definately buy MOTOR MOUNTS, and if he choose newer motor, we would need CONVERSION HARNESS, AND SHIFTLIKAGE. Please comfirm and correct if i am wrong...

    What do we need for each of the options below:

    1) Go with OBD1 GSR

    2) Go with OBD2 GSR

    My concern is the shiftlikage problem since CRX is cable and OBD2 motor requires a hydrolic shiftlikage, would the proble solve if we purchase a hydrolic shiftlikage, I know Hassport and some other manufactures have them. Please provide as much infor as you can, it will be helpful. Most likely we will go with the OBD2, so please emphesis your infor on this.....thanks
     
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    LsB16CrxHF Senior Member

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    for your cable transmission to hydraulic concern...Hasport makes a conversion to use hydraulic in a cable car

    for your concerns with OBD 1 and 2 you can either run all OBD-0 stuff on the motors ( dizzy, ecu, injectors) or buy the OBD conversion harness from a shop that already built it...i dont remember any links to places that sell them but just do a search...and good luck
     
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    JKOBD.com Wiring Guru

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    You can get your engine harness reworked to match all the OBD2 stuff at
    www.Rywire.com. The tranny would require the hydro conversion, but IMHO, I would go with the hydro.
    Jason
     
  4. Teambypass

    Teambypass Senior Member

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    Thanks guys, I suppose it would same me more headache and time on the swap since by buying the hydrolic tran and get a wireharness that already prewire to OBD2. Once again thanks, and if i run into any trouble, your experiences will be call upond.
     
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