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b18b obd1 civic swap

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by Crushed_Skull, Oct 3, 2006.

  1. Crushed_Skull

    Crushed_Skull Crushed_Skull

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    I have had trouble finding info about putting a b18b obd1 in a civic. I keep finding conflicting info.
    I know my easiest and best bet is to find a 92-95 civic but what parts will I need?
    Any help would be appreciated.
     
  2. IKONZls/vtec3

    IKONZls/vtec3 New Member

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    i have a 92 civic hatch if your looking for a shell for 800 bucks and also i can tell you waht u need for the swap i also own a 94 cx hatch with a b18b engine and tranny, so let me know
     
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    92-95 Civic
    Complete Motor
    Tranny
    ECU
    Shiftlinkage
    axles
    Mounts if you do not have them.
     
  4. Crushed_Skull

    Crushed_Skull Crushed_Skull

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    Does anyone know the ecu code I would need?
     
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    IKONZls/vtec3 New Member

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    i believe PR4 ecu dont hold me to it though
     
  6. Estorvito

    Estorvito Soy Boricua

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    youll need a p75 ob1 ecu
     
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    d16y8civic New Member

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    a p28 would run it but it wouldnt be good.That ecu is for a 1.6 sohc vtec and your going to be running a 1.8 dohc motor.If you wanted you could get it chipped but a obd1 ls ecu would be easier and cheaper
     
  9. Blackice087

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    so you wouldn't need a new wiring harness?
     
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