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B18B into 2000 EK

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by PhrequenC, Feb 3, 2008.

  1. PhrequenC

    PhrequenC New Member

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    d16y8 ex 2000 civic

    I know i need the engine/trans,

    drivers side engine mount from the integra or si
    rear T brace from Si
    keep my tranny mount
    and i need front mount from integra
    axels from intgra or si
    ecu
    and harness(i heard i dont need it from the integra)

    im also removing powersteering and a/c and cruise.
    what will i have 2 change on the b18b

    isnt there a DIY around here somewheres for a b18b into EK?
    is it easier to buy b series replacemet mounts from hasport or innovative?
     
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    PhrequenC New Member

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    pics would be great
     
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    BrutalB83 Brutal Moderator Moderator VIP

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    Either mount kit will be fine, don't stress out over it.
     
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    killercannible Senior Member

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    You cannot use an integra drivers side mount. 96-00 civics have a different design mount than integras and older civics.
     
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    just use the oem mounts from a 99-00 civi si. way cheaper and just as good quality.
    its a super easy swap you will also have to swap a couple of wires at the ecu plug. as far as removing your power steering and a/c just remove all the pumps brackets and belts and just use one belt for your altenator. also you might have to extend a couple of plugs like the cam sensor and maybe the rear 02 sensor but its all no big deal. i little bit of soldering and presto your done.
     
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    nothing hard bro

    hey bro i'm doing the same swap, the important thing u need for that is the SI back tranny bracket and the SI motor bracket for the left stock mount dats it

    AS for the motor if ur gonna put A/C in the car u need a Single Cam A/C compressor dats it......Wire Harness either the stock one in ur car or u can use a 2000 integra harness, get the vtec one jus incase ur going to go LS/VTEC and ur good cos the car is OBD2 so u need that harness and ECU, when ma car is done i'll show u pics
     
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    you cant use a integra harness in a civic thoguh :(
     
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    you cant use a integra harness in a civic thoguh :(
     
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    You dont need to.

    As long as the Civic is obd2 and the engine going into it is obd2, the wiring is fairly simple. There are a few wiring conversions you have to do one of them involves some repinning of the harness on the ecu side and converting to an integra plug on the IACV. Other than that the swap is easy.
     
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    i picked up a b16 head.. what will change in my swap?
     
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    i will also be running s300 w p28 ecu.. so i need obd1
     
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    BrutalB83 Brutal Moderator Moderator VIP

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    You'll need to wire in VTEC, for one. And yes, you'll need some kind of jumper that allows you to plug into an OBD1 ECU if you plan on using that P28...
     
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    not sure if anyone still watches this thread, BUT, im doing the same swap and im having an issue with the distributor and the ecu pin change....
    my distributor on the stock harness has an 8-pin connector but the B18b1 has a 10-pin connector????
    and what pins have to be changed on the ecu for OBD2b?????
     
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    i did this swap into my 2000 civic its kind of easy. All you need is the t bracket and all the other mounts fit. As for the wiring harness you can use the civic one. I dont know if you mentioned the shift linkage in the stuff you need but you will need that and plenty of washers. you will also need alot of patinance (sp) That ten pin connetor you can find a wireing diagram on honda-tech. thats what i did! so good luck with swap. any other questions just ask me i will be glad to help you out
     
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    im new hear so bare with me. im doing this swap as well 99civic with 95 ls swap. i keep heraing different things about mounts from different sources. do i use the civic tranny bracket(top of tranny) and the rear t bracket as well and do i need the whole mount even the part that bolts to block(under timing cover) for the top mount
     
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    hi there i see you have done this swap into your civic. wondering if you can help me out i have a 96 civic with a 96 b18b1 swapped in ,the problem is the engine has a hard time starting in the morning when the engine is cold, so im not sure if its a sensor or the intake? I did notice that theres some hoses disconected on the intake mani i could take some pics for you cause there hard to describe where there at. i can say acording to the integra shop manual theres like 3 hoses coming off the iacv and ones not connected but it seems like theres nowhere to connect it to. please help if u can
     
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    Welcome Noob. Start a new thread.
     
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