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91 Sedan D15B swap

Discussion in 'Civic and CRX - EF' started by nhgarcia, May 8, 2009.

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    nhgarcia New Member

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    91 Sedan D15B swap HELP

    I am putting a D15B in my Dx sedan. It came with no motor and no harnesses. I have a JDM motor that I ordered. What I need to know is can I use the OBD1 intake manifold or do I need to get one from an 88-91 engine? Obviously it will need to be MPFI. I am getting the conversion harness from Monotech since the car came with no harness at all. I really don't want to have to buy another intake but I read some places that you shouldn't/can't use the newer manifold but you do want to use the newer FPR. Any help would be appreciated.
     
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    Nothing? Did I post this on Honda-Tech accidentally? Someone knows the answer.
     
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    just use the intake thats on the motor. your gonna have to convert to obd1 anyways
     
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    I am getting a complete OBD1 conversion harness but I thought there were some differences from the 88-91 MPFI to the OBD1. I would look but I don't have an old one to look at.
     
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    well if your geting a new one from rywire, tell them that you stock one is missing. and they should sell you one that is a plug and play
     
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    So all other hoses and stuff are the same as old? Sorry if I sound ignorrant, I am pretty new to honda stuff.
     
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    perty much, the harness is the main worry
     
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    Ok, thanks. Help is appreciated.
     
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