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b16a differences?

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by squeals, Oct 5, 2008.

  1. squeals

    squeals New Member

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    I'm looking at motor swaps for my 95 hatch and i'm on hmotorsonline and theres a few types of j-spec b16's. i'm interested in two of them: the b16a from a 92-93 integra (xsi) with the same horsepower and torque but for $450 cheaper than a b16a from a 92-95 sirII. if they have the same horsepower and torque why the price difference?
     
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    99sidude Moderator Moderator VIP

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    You need the 92-95 motor because it comes with the hydraulic transmission thats compatible with your car. The older cable trannies in the da integras will require a conversion kit. Also, the mounts from the 92-95 sirII are the ones you need.
     
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    ya u need the hydralic cluth for sure cause everythig is opposite with cable totall head ache not worth it at all
     
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    thanks guys. guess it'll be the sirII going in the HatchBlack. appreciate the help
     
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