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94 civic ex D16Z6 integra B18C6/7 swap

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by dtx, Dec 21, 2002.

  1. dtx

    dtx Junior Member

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    i got a civic ex with a D16Z6 and i want to swap it with a B18C6/7 and i can't seem to find any retailers or sales for the integra engine or any information about this kind of swap anybody have any ideas,suggestions or comments i'm up for anything :worthy:
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    DazedCivic99 Senior Member

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    what level interga is the engine out of, is it like a b18c5 by chance, is it a jdm?, if it is the swap info should be the same, just guessing here
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    i've heard of those motors before but i could never find them, i think they are in like the uk and places like that, the swap should be the same as the b18c's
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    all b series motor swaps are pretty much the same.
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    E_SolSi Member of the 20 nut club Moderator

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    the B18C6/7 are the Euro and Aus spec ITR engines... so if you are having trouble finding one of those it will be about the same as a B18C/R JDM spec engine or B18C5 US spec
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    dtx Junior Member

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    from what i've found the B18C6/7 has 200hp and the b18c5/r jdm is 195hp am i wrong or just misguided? preferbly i'd prefer as much power as i can from this engine swap
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    E_SolSi Member of the 20 nut club Moderator

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    the JDM EDM ADM engines have higher compression than the USDM (11.1:1 vs 10.6:1) this and the fact that they have higher octane fuels available (98 octane) allows them to pull slightly higher numbers out of their engines... i have seen JDM ITR engines rated as high as 210HP stock... this is normal everyone uses different scales to rate HP (HP, PS, kW, etc...) i guess this could be a reason for some of the differances in reported numbers too... i wouldnt concern yourself too much with the HP numbers you hear... if the engine specs are the same the output is most likely the same as well

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