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d15d1, d15b1

Discussion in 'Civic and CRX - EF' started by Crx Kid22, Apr 25, 2009.

  1. Crx Kid22

    Crx Kid22 New Member

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    ok so i saw this other guys thread with a block pic of a crx dx same as i got but it said b1 and i swear mine sais d1 whats the difference?:confused:

    also does anybody know how or if i can run a fuel rail? thinking about using a skunk2 on the dx 1988
     
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    jlicrx Senior Member

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    CRX DX engine should be D15B2
     
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    never seen a d1, but the b1 is from a std civic
     
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    no joke? ok well i'm away from my car but i'll check it again, what if it is a d1 though what does it mean?
     
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    it means its d 1 i haven't ever seen lol, no clue really, but yeah look at it again
     
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    so yea i was wrong its a b1, so anyways the fuel rail thing again can that only be ran on a si? if not how would i go about installing it if it has any benifits
     
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    naa it wont work, unless its on a si motor or hf, but its almost 0 power help
     
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