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B16 mounts

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by Will, Dec 1, 2007.

  1. Will

    Will New Member

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    noob questions. Are all B-series engine mount positon the same? For example a B16 from EG6 will drop nicely into EF9 chasis?

    The reason being I am able to get a EF9 half cut and I want to drop in a B18B engine (94-95 (LS) Long Block). Yes, I know it would be better to use the B16 instead.

    But due the strict law in the country against swapping of engine, I figured that since B18B has the valve cover design as my current D16A9(88-91 CIVIC SI Asia), therefore a lower chance of being caught when the local authorities decides to pop my bonnet.
     
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    I'm pretty sure that the EF mounts are different from EG. Probably won't line up properly.
     
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    Correct. The EG is the same is the DC.
     
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    thanx for the reply

    Another question, with the half cut for EF9 and I wish to swap over B162 engine, I will just need to get the (EFB2)Engine mount kit from Hasport and the drive-shaft from a EG6 without the need of getting the shift link from Hasport?
     
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    You're going to need to get a new shiftlinkage either way you go. What you need for the B16 to swap into the ED/EF (88-91 civic/crx) is the following:

    -B16 Mounts, either Hasport or other brand
    -Hasport Shiftlinkage or other brand
    -Depending on what model civic/crx you have you need to get new knuckles and axles. To either civic/crx dx or si, or if you're going to do a brake upgrade to DA integra (90-91) then you can get it all while you're getting that.
    -The halfshaft from an integra (90-91)

    Now this is all depending on what model civic/crx you have. The STD civic and HF crx has smaller splindles on the knuckles, so the axles that you need to run aren't going to fit. Civic/Crx's don't have halfshafts so you're going to need to get one.

    Hope that helps, Don.
     
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    Thanx for the reply, instead of using brakes and halfshaft from the integra, can use one from the EG with a B16 engine?
     
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    Don't forget you'll need the rear tranny mount and bolts as well..
     
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    yeaup, that needs to be from a 90-91 integra as well.
     
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