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Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by DeCoY, Apr 19, 2006.

  1. DeCoY

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    I'm putting a JDM B18C (gsr) motor into my 1990 Honda civic (hatch) EF.

    the motor is between 92-2001 and is OBD2, will the axles that came with it fit into my car?

    thank you
     
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    Depends on the year of the axels
    90-93 integra axels will work
    the motor is OBD2 so the motor should be 96 or newer
    The axels will not work.
     
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    are u positive they wont work? yes the swap is 96-01 but the axles appear to fit without too much bind... is there another reason why they wont work? thanks...

    And if ur sure these wont work, could i use my original axles? it was a 90 si 1.6.
     
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    You can't use your D series axles.

    are you going to be running a cable or hydro tranny? If you are running a cable tranny, I'd suggest using the 90-93 Integra Intermidiate Shaft along with the 90-93 integra axles just for the simple fact that I know they fit for the swap into ef's perfectly.
     
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    Im using the hydro tranny with a conversion kit. Its like a bracket that bolts to the tranny and supposedly allows use of the clutch cable. hope it works.
     
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