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b16a sirII into civic93 ex

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by 93civicsir, Feb 23, 2005.

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    93civicsir Senior Member

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    i have a 93 civic ex and i am ordering a b16a sirII and i was wondering what wiring issues i might come across? any info would help
     
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    obd1 car with an obd1 engine you should be fine all you need to do is unplug the shock tower plugs from the d series and plug in the b series shock tower plugs and you should be good all you need to do is wire the vtec wires and you are good to go
     
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    Cake walk. did mine in a week end. You can see it in my album.
     
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    Not unless he gets a USDM B16A3. JDM motors have backwards wiring harness's, and require you to use your USDM one.

    But since you have an EX, you won't even have to bother with vtec, since you're wired for it, only the knock sensor will need to be added.
     
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    cool. thanks guys. i have the motor almost out. taking my time to check eveything out. but one question will i need to run one wire from the knock sensor to the ecu? or what if i got a chip and had that installed. they say it get rid of the knock sensor signal altogether. what would be better?
     
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    My suggestion would be to get everything working well stock, then go for mods.
     
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    cool, thanks for all the help.
     
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