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B18C w/ S2 IM into 91 CRX DX...

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by BlueShadow, Jul 18, 2004.

  1. BlueShadow

    BlueShadow Member

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    Hi guys,

    I am having trouble finding out what fuel feed line I have to use for my CRX DX with B18C swap. Also FYI/FYAI The B18C has a Skunk2 IM with a stock B series fuel rail. I need to buy a pulsation dampener, but I also need to know if I have to buy a B18C fuel feed line and all the bolts and washers to connect it to the stock DX fuel filter. I just wanted to know if I could use my stock DX fuel feed line, or if I do have to get the B18C fuel feed line.

    Here is the list of parts that I think I need to buy, but I want to know if I can use my stock DX fuel line first before buying all this stuff:

    #33 90428-PD6-003, WASHER (12MM) (x3)
    #2 16680-PE7-661, DAMPER, PULSATION (x1)
    #3 16705-PD1-003, GASKET, MUFFLER (x1)
    #4 16722-P72-003, HOSE, FUEL FEED (x1)
    #29 90008-PP4-E02, BOLT, BANJO (12MM) (x1)
    #30 90009-PP4-E01, BOLT, SEALING (6MM) (x1)
    #34 90430-PD6-003, WASHER (6MM) (x1)

    Any help would be great
    TIA

    EDIT: forgot to add the pic:

    http://www.acuraparts247.com/sunnyside/jsp.../13ST70_B04.gif
     
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    airosey Junior Member

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    I used the stock CRX fuel lines, and haven't had any problems.
     
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    MugenCRX Senior Member

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    I've heard that the DX fuel lines wont work. DX and Si's have different fuel lines.
     
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    MugenCRX Senior Member

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    Actually, this may be correct seeing as how the DX's were DPFI and the Si's and HF's were MPFI. As a matter of fact that is perfectly correct. I didn't even realize that when I posted last night. Just buy a Si or HF fuel filter and the fuel line that connects the filter to the fuel rail either from a junkyard or Autozone or a Honda stealership and you should be fine. Let me know what else you find out. :thumbsup:
     
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    Well I know that a Si fuel rail would work because I know a few people that have used that on their setup. I tried to find a used Si fuel line online but I couldn't find one. I know somebody that will sell me a fuel feed hose, pulsation dampener and bolts and washers from a B16A1. That should work too right?

    Thanks
     
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