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D15B7 -> B18C4, no prob but...

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by ErikV, Jan 28, 2005.

  1. ErikV

    ErikV Junior Member

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    I am going to drop in a B18C4 (Comes from a UK Civic '97 VTI, 99% the same as a B18C1).

    Simple, straight forward swap in every way. I have just 1 question.

    I wish to retain my airco system. I'm wondering : what do I need to swap the pump from my puny lameass D15B7 to my elite B18C4? :worthy:

    Are conversion brackets enough or do I need to get a new pump?

    I'd rather keep the pump, so that I don't have to purge the system!
     
  2. ErikV

    ErikV Junior Member

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    I'm driving an EJ2 (1.5 Civic Coupe '95, 5th gen).
     
  3. Robb1887

    Robb1887 GSR sol

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    Dont know if you still need your info or not but the B series swap just requires the new AC bracket to work with your 95 AC unit. Its a P54 bracket that your looking for.
     
  4. killercannible

    killercannible Senior Member

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    No it dosn't reguire a new bracket. Because the engine originally came in a civic it will use the same ac compressor and bracket. That means that you can just take the ac compressor off the b18c4 and bolt on your ac compressor right on to the bracket without even having to disconnect it from your condenser. You are lucky you are using an engine that originally came in a civic. This is similar to a b16 in a del sol. Or an em1 or the crv(based off of the civic chassis.)
     
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