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distibuter question

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by integraboomer, Aug 1, 2011.

  1. integraboomer

    integraboomer New Member

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    I have a b16a swap im trying to put together and when i go to put the dizzy on all holes line up exept for on the top hole it barely catches so the bolt wont go through. and you cant turn it any farther cuz the housing hits by the vtec solinoid. so thats as far as it will turn in one direction. Is there a key way to tell if that dizzy is for that motor or not? or is there something else i must consider?
     
  2. Dj211855

    Dj211855 New Member

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    You sure its a b16 dizzy
     
  3. integraboomer

    integraboomer New Member

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    no thats why im asking
     
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    Dj211855 New Member

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    Do it right the first time get the correct ones.
     
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    josh_crewdson@y New Member

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    what is the TD-xx number?
     
  6. Egturbohatch

    Egturbohatch New Member

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    most likely u have a Ls dizzy.......cheap way to get a b series vtec to run wit a non vtec dizzy by only bolting up one bolt or 2....but i preferred get the right part F the hassle
     
  7. integraboomer

    integraboomer New Member

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    Ha this sounds excactly what the problem is. two bolts will fit. The guy who had the motor did half ass a lot of things.
     
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