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b16 tranny

Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by B16 N2O CRX, Nov 11, 2003.

  1. B16 N2O CRX

    B16 N2O CRX Junior Member

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    i have a 1988 honda crx... i have a b16 in it with a few things done such as, skunk 2 stage 2 cams, hayame cam gears, mugen chip, aem intakem, thermal exhaust, zex nitrous kit, neuspeed sway bars etc.
    i jus replaced my clutch with a centerforce dual friction... but about 2 days later i totally fucked my tranny chasing someone down .. its been a bitch tryin to get a new tranny and i was jus wondering what my options were for a new tranny.. anyone has any info let me know ..
     
  2. NoJokE

    NoJokE Senior Member

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    Any B-series will fit, get either another B16 Trans, or a Type R trans. Anything else and you will feel AND be slower.
     
  3. brian11to1

    brian11to1 Senior Member

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    If you get a type R you have to swap to Hydro clutch... your 88 Civic isnt hydrolic, it's cable. Think about that. That said, any b series will fit/bolt on whateva you call it. S1 (Civic SiR I think), Y1 (no clue what this is out of) or even the YS1 (integra 90-93)
     
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    JDMilan Senior Member

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    you need a cable tranny and my suggestion is the S1.
     
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    i assume u have the a1 b/c its cable clutch... if so any b-series cable clutch setup will work... of course u could convert to hydro....
     
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