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Buying parts for B18A....

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by RFHOMI2U, Dec 1, 2003.

  1. RFHOMI2U

    RFHOMI2U Senior Member

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    I have an OBD0 B18A (LS) motor that I'm in the process of building. I'm gathering parts such as Edelbrock Victor-X manifold, AEM fuel rail, Fuel pressure regulator, etc..., But a bunch of this stuff listed on eBay (good prices) say 94-01 Integra B18. I'm not sure, but I think my motor came out of a 92 teg. Is that gonna be the same parts? All B-series can use the same fuel rail, pressure regulator and such right? just checking so I don't get the wrong parts. Thanks...
     
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    B18aCRX Senior Member

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    If your motor is actually a '92, then is is OBD1. OBD 0 is 90-91. As for the parts bolting up, most everything has the same bolt pattern but you need to consider the OBD wiring for some stuff like the injectors i think. The stuff you are talking about should work though.
     
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    All parts should work, but the diff. in the two is the harness ( injectors, alternator, distributer, and main plugs.) And also the tranny is cable, while the OBD 1 and up is hydraulic.

    The rods are also different, so piston choice will be different. B18A rods are narrower at the top than B18B.
     
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    RFHOMI2U Senior Member

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    Ok, it is OBD0 and B18A, but I guess my question is that wouldn't say an AEM fuel rail for 94-01 be the same for my motor?
     
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