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B16A Swap Into a 94 Integra Questions

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by SleepinLS, Jan 18, 2004.

  1. SleepinLS

    SleepinLS Junior Member

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    I am buying a Gen 1 B16A out of a 92-95 SiR. I was wondering if i could get a responce from ayone who may have this swap. The motor already has JUN Race Cams. I'm using my LS tranny on the B16 also. LS tranny's are a little stronger in the quarter then the B16's were...although the b16 tranny might have a little more in higher speeds. Please leave your opinions. Also..anyone who may have this swap...please provide your quarter times so i can have an idea of the gain i will see off this motor swap. Thanks
     
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    StarBellieAngel Senior Member

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    correct me if i'm wrong, but i think this post should be in the

    Hybrid EG/EH/EJ/EK/EM/DC2 for the 94+ Integras...

    :)
     
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    90 accord Chicks dig the box Moderator VIP

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    DO NOT PUT A B16 IN YOUR 94+ INTEGRA. it will most likely be slower then it was withthe stock engine in it. why you ask? TORQUE. the b16 puts out a whopping 116 lb/ft. your car weighs 2643 lbs if it is the coupe, or 2703 lbs if you have the sedan. your car simply weighs to much for the lil b16 to handle


    a friend of mine has a b16 in his 2nd gen integra and his best time was 17.1. not to mention a couple 17.6's and anyhting in between.
     
  4. R.E.Developement

    R.E.Developement Import King of Irvington

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    who told u that a b16 trans will give u shorter gear ratios which is better for the1/4 mile while the ls trans is good for higher speeds doe to the longer gears B) and yes i would not advise u to put that motor into any 3rd gen integra. i got one in my 2nd gen and the best that i got out of it with a stock motor, exaust, and intake was 15.6 and im fat. 245 pounds
     
  5. xj0hnx

    xj0hnx I wanna be sedated VIP

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    1st gen B16A's weren't in the 92-95s, they were in the 89-91's. They have the wrong tranny, injectors, distributor to work in your car. Also by switching to a B16A over a B18B in a heavier teg, you'll wind up slower, especially if you use the LS tranny. And yea whoever told you that the B16A tranny has a higher top speed than the LS is whack. B16A/B, and ITR trannies are geared short for acceleration, so they LOSE top end. LS trannies are geared longer so they gain top end, but the sacrifice is acceleration.
     
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    Gen2Teg Senior Member

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    you might as well make a custom motor mount kit and put a D16Y8 in there. B16's in ANY integras (except for maybe the first gens...) are worthless pieces of crap.
     
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