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b series into hatch ek

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by 22crazy, Mar 13, 2004.

  1. 22crazy

    22crazy Senior Member

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    hey, i was reading in the faq about putting a b series into a ek non-si (SiR) and u need two mount; rear tranny and drivers side...i just wanted to make sure...is the rear tranny, the cross member mount...the one that looks like a triangle? thanks.
     
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    xj0hnx I wanna be sedated VIP

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    Not the mount, the bracket that goes to the mount needs to be replaced. The D series one is too short and thin.
     
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    ya, thanks, i just got one today...also, i have a b20...on the drivers side mount, do i need change the mount and the bracket to a si (SiR). thanks. ill post pictures of my motor soon
     
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    webink_EK9 Senior Member

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    Just the bracket. Your d series mount should work.
     
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    b series into 96-00 civic.. use all stock mounts and brackets EXCEPT u need.. 99-00 SI rear bracket(triangle).. and driver bracket that bolts to the block..
     
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    xj0hnx I wanna be sedated VIP

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    Depends on the one that is on the motor already.
     
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    i've been curious about this myself.

    which numbers are they? 7 and ???
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    E-14-1............... well if the one on the motor is a 99-00 SI one you dont need to change it.. if the motor is a gsr b20, b16.. u need the 99-00 si one.. gsr ones wont fit.. :D
     
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    ok so we get #7 and that e-14-1 piece (i don't think it's numbered correctly :unsure:) from the 99-00 si, and also #1 and 10 from the motor we're swapping.

    EVERYTHING else on there can be reused from the civic correct? all 5 rubber parts, all bolts / studs / nuts / washers correct?
     
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    xj0hnx I wanna be sedated VIP

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    On the 5th gen Civic with a B series you have to replace parts 1 and 10 with the B series but use parts 8 and 9 from the Civic. Not sure if on the EKs the rubbers from the B series match or not.
     
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    parts 1 and 10 from Bseries..
    parts 7 and E-14-1 from 99-00 si
    parts 2, 3, 4, 6 from 96-00 civic SOHC
     
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    Hi, im about to do the same swap here

    m going to swap a 97 B18B1 into my 00 civic EX coupe

    can i use the 97 LS ecu OBDIIa or do i have to use the 99+ LS ecu OBDIIb?

    the harness is stock on my ecu, will my ECU plug fit a P75 ecu?

    i dont want to be a dick by taking this thread but i SEARCHED already and didnt find anything on ECU swap.


    thanks
     
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