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B16a2 Into 93 Civic Hatch?

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by 25EXY-5th gen civic, Jan 14, 2003.

  1. 25EXY-5th gen civic

    25EXY-5th gen civic Junior Member

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    In Australia theres laws bout what engines u can swap ect, the engine u put in must be the same age as the car or more recent sooo, my current d15b is getting the boot in place for a front cut i sourced from a 96 model crx. Will it be a easy drop in orwill i have problemsand also is it hard to change drum brakes to disks? what is required in doing this?
     
  2. xj0hnx

    xj0hnx I wanna be sedated VIP

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    As far as the motor fitting yes it is very easy.You need:
    b16 motor and tranny
    b16 axles and halfshaft
    b16 mounts
    b16 ecu
    shift linkage from a B series teg or civic (delsols aka 96 rex is different shape and length)
    and you may need the rear bracket,but I am always unsure which one you need.
    As far as the rear drum to disc conversion it is a straight forward R&R as long as you have all the parts to include the e-brake cables and eveything from the trailing arms to the hubs.
     
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