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96 B18b into 92 DX Hatch

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by wanderinman, Apr 15, 2006.

  1. wanderinman

    wanderinman Senior Member

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    I have also been checking into getting an 88-91 Hatch but a great deal on a bubble hatch came up locally and I wanna see what the major differences are.

    What all will I need taking my 96 B18b into the 92 DX? I own the donor integra for this swap so I have two complete cars. Need to know what else I would need to buy.
     
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    oil, antifreeze, water pump and timing belt :p
    Harness: use the integra harness, plug n play.
    Keep the engine obd2 parts on there.
    Shiftlinkage: integra
    Axles: integra
    Mounts and brackets: integra
     
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    Will the 92 hatches ECU run my motor or should I also swap over the ECU from the Teg? Also will I be able to keep AC and power steering?

    Lastly if anybody near Raleigh, NC has done this swap I'll offer money/beer/virgins for some help one weekend.
     
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    Get an obd1 LS ecu (p75?) the obd2 ecu won't plug in.
    Until then the 92 ecu WILL run the car, just not how it should run.
    I will fly to NC for your 3rd offer :p
    I think you can keep power steering but im not sure what is required for AC, you might need the del sol or CRV AC bracket to get that going.
     
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