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Drop a B18c block and tranny into a 93 integra

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by shitegra, Jun 15, 2004.

  1. shitegra

    shitegra Junior Member

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    I got a 1993 integra and i love it but i would like to upgrade the block to b18c. So far ive heard that this will work fine but i would also like to replace the tranny with that of a 3rd gen integra. The 3rd gens tranny has a nicer feel and is way more responsive than the clunky ass one off the 2nd gen. But i dont know if this is even possible. If thiers anybody who could tell me anything about tranny swaps of this nature it would be much apreciated...
     
  2. racingtopher

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    It is Possible to change your tranny too a 3rd gen teg's.
    AS LONG AS the tranny is from a B series engine it will be fine,
    BUT your car has a cable trans and the 3rd gen teg has a hydro one (that is probably why you like the feel of it more).

    No problem, it can be done. you will need the clutch pedal assembly from a 94+ teg or from a 92+ civic, clutch master, slave, hard lines and some drilling required. or you can by a hydro-to-cable conversion from hasport (heard that it doesn't feel as good as real hydro).

    hope this helps a little ;)
     
  3. cycloneb18c3

    cycloneb18c3 Senior Member

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    hasport dosent do the hydro to cable conversion in the 90-93 tegs. you have to go place racing for the mount and linkage, hasport only sells kits for CRX's and Civics, and that mount wont work.
     
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