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Auto to manual conversion

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by hondavet, Aug 7, 2007.

  1. hondavet

    hondavet New Member

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    Designed and made this for my 96 civic hatch. Planning to make more of these if anyone is interested. $50.00 primered. You'll also need to get the rubber boot.
     

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    Scourge Future swapper

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    Stumbled onto this post by accident. Was looking for info on changing to a MT but this is a pretty cool creation you've got there!
     
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    hondavet New Member

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    Thanks. It worked out really well. A nice fit.
     
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    Nice work do you have any thing worked up for the clutch pedal. Might be nice to market a full conversion.
     
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    hondavet New Member

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    Was easier to purchase a used pedal on Ebay, loads of em out there.
     
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    hondakid52 New Member

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    how hard was it converting the tranny? Im in the process now and i need all the help i can get. computer wise what did you do?
     
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    hondavet New Member

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    Trans was the easy part. Obviously you'll need a manual ecu. You can use one of the auto shift solenoid connectors for the back-up light switch. The trans mount is different also. My mounts came with the type R motor I bought from Hmotors. 8lb Fidanza flywheel works nice too along with a stage 1 Exedy racing clutch. Wiring mods were pretty straightforward, get yourself a wiring diagram, or copy the pages from the factory etm. I have the schematics in pdf format that I think I can email.
     
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    Hey i cam across this thread on honda-tech

    you still making these? i need one!!!

    let me know, email me @ enef4prez@gmail.com


    thanks bro
     
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    same! im doing a manual conversion to a rust free del sol i picked up for $800. im totally interested in this plate. Genesyssk8er0627@hotmail.com
     
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    BrutalB83 Brutal Moderator Moderator VIP

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    This thread is two years old. Looks like somebody bumped it a year ago and the OP didn't respond, so I kinda doubt he's going to respond now...
     
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    Soonerorlater627 New Member

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    in a perfect world, he might:) haha your right.
     
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    mattoo21 New Member

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    Do tou still sell them
     
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    Would be great if your still making these.

    I'm interested in 1
     
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