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A few questions

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by svtstu, Jul 3, 2008.

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    svtstu Novice Cone Killer

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    1. i'd rather go through Specializing in JDM-USDM Engines & Parts...hmotorsonline.com

    2. they say that because its a cable clutch.. but you can buy a cable to hydro conversion

    3. you could do it in a weekend.. just buy the cable to hydro oooorrrr get a cable lsd b16 tranny..
     
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    svtstu Novice Cone Killer

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    So basically this (http://www.hmotorsonline.com/shop/sc2000search.cgi?what=page&item=30011)
    with the hasport hydraulic to cable conversion would bolt right up? Are the motor mounts the same, and if they are would it be worth buying the upgraded hasport mounts? Also do you know of anywhere that makes an obd0 to obd2 jumper harness (I'm pretty good with electrics, but it would be a pita)? Also will the included half shafts work with the EF civic si ok?
     
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    cause thats the only way you can do it with out buyin after market parts they prolly assume you just want a replacement motor
     
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    the mounts that come with the emgine will not work in the EF car - you need a mount kit like:

    Hasport Billet Mounts

    it is not just a "bolt-in" swap, but pretty close:

    http://hasport.com/tech/installs/EFB2.pdf

    depending on whether the ECU is OBD2a or OBD2b:

    Rywire - Online Store

    Rywire - Online Store

    the axles that come with the engine/transmission will work in the EF - you need to use the engine harness that came on your car and make the necessary wiring changes to it, i.e. swapping cooling fan switch connector, distributor connector re-wire or distributor jumper, alternator wiring, etc.
     
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