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b20 swap in a 92 ex w/ac

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by gook, Aug 15, 2006.

  1. gook

    gook New Member

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    putting in a jdm b20 swap in a 92 ex

    I have the following parts from a 94-95 integra
    starter
    alternator
    axles
    ecu p75
    intake manifold with throttle body
    exhaust manifold
    fuel rail/ injectors
    mounts
    s80 transmission
    powersteering pump
    wire harness
    shift linkage

    I have p.s and A/C what parts do I need to retain these? any other insights as to what I need would be helpful. thanks.
     
  2. MBenzTech

    MBenzTech New Member

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    For the A/C the b20 (p7j) bracket should work with the civic compressor. As far as the P/S goes I think the only thing you would need is an B-series P/S pump and the brackets to go on the b-series block.
     
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    wouldnt he need a Delsol b16 AC mount???? because i know an integra ac mount is to big for the civic compressor, i would think the b20 would also be like that.
     
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    The B20 compressor is not the same as the integra. The CRVs with B20 actually use a Civic compressor for their A/C system.
     
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    you also need the power steering high pressure line from the pump to the rack from an integra, the one that goes to your d-series p/s pump will not fit.
     
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    the ac pump/bracket works and fits in my car but the ps bracket is a lttle different. and my ps line does not work..got a integ one and the end fitting that goes into the pump also does not work..the ac and ps bracket s are seperate rite..if i get the p75 ps brackets and use my d series ps pump can i retain my civic ps hose as well as retaining my ac?
     
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