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d15b to b18b swap?s

Discussion in 'Civic and del Sol - EG and EK' started by Silencer88, Jul 22, 2008.

  1. Silencer88

    Silencer88 New Member

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    I blew my d15b7 in my 95 civic dx and i want to put a b18b in it.

    1. Will the b18b bolt up to my stock 5 speed tranny?
    2. If I end up with a 96 or higher motor (OBD2). is there a way to make my old ecu work if i get the intake and exaust from an obd1 b18? will it plug in and work or should i just try really hard to find an obd1 b18?

    tnx -Ron
     
  2. t3t4delsol

    t3t4delsol New Member

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    since you obviously have no clue about Hondas do so research, we are not going to hold you hand. D series and B series are no way shape or form compatible with each other.

    There are a ton of write up on this site about motor swap, all you have to do is search
     
  3. delsol88

    delsol88 Blinker Fluid Specialist

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    1 hell no a d series tranny wont bolt up, 2 try ur best to find an obd1 motor obd2 is doable but from what i can see in ur post ur kinda lost delsol is right.....its called a search button for a reason HondaSwap Forums - Search Forums
     
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    jesuslives Banned

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    its too bad that you come to a forum for info and you get slapped, thats what forums are for, info. any d-series stuff is compatable with d-series stuff. B-series is yes diferent. you have to get diferent axles shift linkage and motormounts, you should try hard to find a obd1 or 0 though, you can do a converison for like 100 buks, they are adapters, or you can just set it on fire. good luck
     
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