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91 Ls motor into 92 civic hatch, Any help??

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by HotCivicHybrid, Feb 2, 2004.

  1. HotCivicHybrid

    HotCivicHybrid Junior Member

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    Have a whole running '91 integra to use for parts. Want to put the motor in my '92 Civic hatch. I can get it bolted in and get the tranny to work using a hydro conversion, But what about changing all the electronics?? If i use the tegs harness and ECU the Engine bay should be plug and play, but what about inside the car?(guages, switches,etc) Does anyone have ecu pinout diagrams for both the 91 integra and the 92 DX hatch??
     
  2. alexngo

    alexngo Junior Member

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    the motor is obd0 and your car is obd1, u need to convert your car to obd1 standards. thats what im doing im just waiting for the my tranny to come in so i can finally drop it in. i'll let you know about the final product

    obd1 injectors
    obd1 dizzy
    obd1 ecu
    3rd gen axles
    hydro tranny
    obd1 wiring harness


    other then that it should be plug n play
     
  3. HondaMoCo

    HondaMoCo Senior Member

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    what you are going to have to do is get the hasport hydro tranny mount for putting a cable tranny in your car, then get the other mounts from a 94-up integra, then either hook up a cable clutch pedal and cable, or get the hydro to cable conversion (which i heard sucks), then run the b18 injectors but since they are peak and hold you are going to need to hook up the injector resistor box and use the integra injector clips, use your 92 civic harness for the rest of it either get an obd1 integra throttle body, or use the map sensor that is on the fire wall of the integra , a obd-1 distributor, and an ecu from an obd-1 non- vtec integra

    or

    just sell the swap and save up for an obd-1 b-series swap, thats what i would do
     
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