Alright Honda gods, allow myself to introduce..myself. Ive had an ED for approximately 48 hours now so if Im noobish, I apologize. I have a LOT of mechanical experience with cars, but I've always considered anything less than two tons more of a go cart.:hide: So Id been reconsidering my stance on go carts recently, and decided with current gas prices, it might not be so bad to have one that I could drive around town with. I also have a bet with myself about how many dissambled cars I can park in my yard before the neighbors start complaining about property blight. So while checking craigslist parts the other night, I ran across what I consider to be a great deal on a 91 civic 4 door with a blown motor, for $350. The body is incredibly straight, the interior nice, and the paint looks like it would have been decent if the high school kid i bought it from hadn't covered it in a terrible primer job Pics: http://i404.photobucket.com/albums/pp130/reboticon/Civic/PIC-0221.jpg http://i404.photobucket.com/albums/pp130/reboticon/Civic/PIC-0223.jpg http://i404.photobucket.com/albums/pp130/reboticon/Civic/PIC-0224.jpg http://i404.photobucket.com/albums/pp130/reboticon/Civic/PIC-0225.jpg Pic of motor. Check out that intake http://i404.photobucket.com/albums/pp130/reboticon/Civic/PIC-0227.jpg So i start reading up a little bit on swaps, and what pops up on craigslist? a Lot of two 90+93 integra notors with a transmission, an ECU, and linkage for $200. Now as im sure a lot of you know, no true car guy can pass up a deal that good when it could apply to their current project, so of course i bought it. Pics of what $200 gets you in hillbilly land http://i404.photobucket.com/albums/pp130/reboticon/Civic/swap1.jpg http://i404.photobucket.com/albums/pp130/reboticon/Civic/swap2.jpg http://i404.photobucket.com/albums/pp130/reboticon/Civic/swap3.jpg http://i404.photobucket.com/albums/pp130/reboticon/Civic/swap4.jpg http://i404.photobucket.com/albums/pp130/reboticon/Civic/swap5.jpg I should mention now that my car is auto. After reviewing what I got and whats needed for the swap, ill still need a shifter, clutch, clutch pedal assembly, integra throttle cable, axles, wiring harness, and a mount kit. Is that right? Did I leave anything out or forget anything? This leads me to the second part of my question. Now that i realize how much i will still need for the swap, i am starting to think I may just grab a D16a1 from an 87-89 Integra. I can grab one of those for around $100 and it seems a good bolt in option while im collecting Bseries swap parts. Does the D16a1 bolt in without a mount kit? Will it mount up to the auto transmission that is in there now? Is there a DIY or wiring diagram so that I can make my own conversion harness or am i going to have to buy one? Am I correct in assuming I will need to grab the tegs ECU also? There are my questions. I realize most of them are answered with searches but there are conflicting answers and just too many motor types for me absorb in one sitting. So I throw myself at the mercy of the honda gods who are said to reside in this place. Can ya help me out?