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B series cable trannys

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by 88HB4speed, Mar 28, 2005.

  1. 88HB4speed

    88HB4speed Junior Member

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    I've decided to do a b18 non v tec swap in my 88HB and am wondering what b series trannys are out there that are cable clutch, what they go for, and what codes they have, i hear like y80 and s80 but have nbo idea whats what lol, someone please let me know

    just need to know what junkyard cars im looking for to have the best possible ratios and maybe a LSD for my swap thanks
     
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    88HB4speed Junior Member

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    GEEZ THANKS, LIKE I HAVENT BEEN LOOKING!!
     
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    i know i dont mean to get pissed, its just that i actually fpnd tat table which is awesome casue it has the stuf there but it doesnt tell me what year cars those trannys came from and if they were pre 91 and a cable operated clutch or not, dont mean to make anyone mad, just figuring half the guys on her got that table shit memorized in there head with even more useful info and if i can pick ther brains about opinions its better than the facts i can read and guess. A Honda life is all new to me, ive been a BMW guy forever and made fun of you guys but rode in a ls vtec gen 5 civic swap and am ready for some serious respect now. PLus this is way cheaper to =)
     
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    http://www.hondaswap.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=29796

    here you go

    b series trans info...



    i still think your cheapest option is to get an integra hit in the rear...
     
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    and just so you know hasport makes a conversion for cable to hydro, so you can use a hydro integra if the price is right...

    and i still think you need to go to hasport.com and look at the instructions for this swap dude....

    this is a pretty serious swap, you need to cut shit, bang shit with a BFH...
    just a lot of little details that make it tricky...
    do all the research before you decide...
     
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    brian11to1 Senior Member

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    The only B series calbe trannies to have LSD are the JDM YS1, S1 and J1 from 88-91 Civic SiR's and 89-92 Integra XSi's. They should go for like $400-$600... call hmotorsonline.com. When you go to put these trannies in your car you'll need a clutch, get the clutch that matches the year of the trans... for an integra
     
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    Thanks you guys so much that is exactly what i needed to know, i promise to search longer before i post next time, and i got a BFH called orange heavy that should do the trick lol, plus i like the idea of a little more displacement since my turbo form the BMW is kinda big-- reckedracing. Thanks again guys, Dom
     
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