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b16A1 jdm swap into 95 Civic hatchback.

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by 94VTecCiv28, Apr 19, 2009.

  1. 94VTecCiv28

    94VTecCiv28 New Member

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    hello all, i have a 1991 civic hatchback that i recently installed a JDM B16A1 obd0 with cable tranny into. i am now looking to remove this setup from the EF hatch, convert the engine to OBD1 and put it into my 95 civic hatch.

    Question #1) i know i will need a 0bd1 distributor and ecu. what else do i need and what cars can i get the distributor out of?

    Question #2) also since obd0 injectors are 5V. i will need obd1 injectors correct? and what cars will have the ones i need?

    Question #3) can i use the yonaka motor mounts i bought to install the B16 into my 91 EF? or will i need different mounts?

    Question #4) what ecu will i need to be running?

    as far as cable/hydro tranny issues, i plan to figure out a way to keep my cable tranny and convert the car from hydro to cable without buying a 300-400 dollar kit.

    other than all that does anyone see any problems with this swap?

    Thanks alot guys and gals.
     
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    puddin97coupe New Member

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    you can get a jumper for the dizzy and keep urs the( obd0 one)


    correct get obd 1 injectors
     
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    94VTecCiv28 New Member

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    ??

    so will my mounts and shift linkage that i bought to put the B16 engine into my EF work to transfer the engine to my EG? of do i need new mounts and linkage?
     
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    CAFROG Honda Minion VIP

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    Dont you need the alternator too? (I've been told that for OBD2 motor in OBD1 car) And the ECU needs to be OBD1 as well....or is there a harness for OBD1 wires to OBD0 ECU??

    Sorry if this didn't help but hopefully it brings up good discussions.
     
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