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b16 in a 94

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by speed1100blue, Sep 25, 2005.

  1. speed1100blue

    speed1100blue Junior Member

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    i was wondering what i would need to do to put a b16a1 into my 94 civic i know that the cable tranny will need a mount and conversion but will the motor bolt up fine, and what about the obd0 stuff. what all would i have to do to put this engine in my car as far as electrical
     
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    speed1100blue Junior Member

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    ok i have found an article on here about how it is possible to do this. by first using a hydro tranny not a cable tranny to avoid the mount problem. But here i guess is the real qustion. I have a d16z6. so what i would do is chip my ecu(b/c it is a p28) then swap out a obd1 dizzy and i should be good correct me if i am wrong. so i basicly use my factory d16 harness or what thats my question.
     
  3. kyleirwin

    kyleirwin Retired OG

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    yeah, you're on the right track. get a hydro tranny like you said. chip your p28 with a stock obd1 b16 chip... the .bin can be found at pgmfi.org. and you'll need an obd1 b-series vtec distributor. and yes, your stock engine harness will work fine. pretty simple swap.
     
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    confusatron Senior Member

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    Just use the dizzy on the new motor if it comes with it. Your ECU is OBD1, the B16A 2nd generation (92-95 SiR II) is also OBD1. So you should be fine. Yes, you will use the harness from your existing engine if I'm not mistaken. I did, but my 93 is a DX, so I don't know if there is any difference.
     
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