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Exactly Which Mounts To Use On Swap

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by NCHATCH, May 25, 2003.

  1. NCHATCH

    NCHATCH Member

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    swap is an OBD II B16 into a 95 si hatch, my ounts dont work, the factory passenger side tranny does, but the rear, and drivers side upper are not right. i would like to know

    which mount from the block to use.............and then the mount from the chasiss to the block, which one, or combo do i use, what year, and model car and where can i get them.


    i have heard so many different things, i am not sure what to do, i have a motor just hangin there.

    my block mount has the 2 offset bolts, not like the 99si's perfectly parallell bolts.


    help
     
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    rsaeini Senior Member

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    use the mounts from a Del Sol Vtec. I used a combo of those and 99-00 Si mounts.
     
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    was it a 99 si rear, and del sol drivers?
     
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    rsaeini Senior Member

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    i used a Del Sol rear and an Si drivers
     
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    but did you use the bracket that actually bolts to the motor itself? the part in the middle of the timing belt?
     
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    pissedoffsol RETIRED

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    click the button in the top right hand corner that says swap.
    then click on 6th gen.
    then, read the article that tells you exactly what mounts you need to use under the basics guide.

    please, read the stuff we have on the site.
     
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