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Auto D15> Auto B18A

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by Dr.Pepehn, Feb 8, 2008.

  1. Dr.Pepehn

    Dr.Pepehn New Member

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    Feb 7, 2008
    Hey everyone.

    I did some searching and I couldn't find too much on this, obviously it's not too popular.

    We're going to do a swap on my brother's car, a 1991 Honda Civic, Automatic.
    The motor burns more oil than it does gas. LoL. He recently picked up a 1992 Integra LS, Automatic...for free, with a very good motor and transmission. He asked me a few questions tonight about interchanging parts and what not. I answered him the best I could, as far as I know almost all of the suspension and brakes are interchangable.

    Now the main thing we were trying to figure out is with the Motor.
    I know that the Civics are DPFI and the Integras are MPFI, and Im sure there are a few other issues that need to be addressed.

    -What needs to be done to get the B18A into the Civic?
    -Which OBD system do these motors use?
    -What kind of Axles are required? (I've heard B18B, but perhaps different for an automatic?)
    -Is it possible to use the Stock harness and just use a Jumper harness

    Sorry for all the questions, and please don't flame about the Automatic. Just looking for a little more power, and may as well just go forth with the Automatic if it's free. lol

    Thanks for all the help/advice :ph34r:
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