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FS in WI: d16z6 head w/stg 2 P&P-plus more

Discussion in 'Parts: For Sale/Trade/Wanted' started by esi42, Mar 22, 2005.

  1. esi42

    esi42 Member

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    Hi all,

    Up for sale are all the best engne parts I had on my 1988 Honda Civic LX. The body went to hell, so Im parting out the car. All parts were removed from a running vehicle. It had a full d16z6 swap converted over from dpfi to obd1. All these parts could easily be used to do a mini me setup on any 88-91 dx and lx models with a d15 engine. The engine harness itself will not work for an SI model, but the obd0-obd1 jumper harness at the ecu will work on an SI. Here is what you will get:

    -1993 d16z6 sohc vtec cylinder head with a stage 2 port and polish and a .030 milling. This head makes some serious power. You will laugh at a stock d16z6 after you have this head on your car. The head has 20,000 miles on it since the machine work was done. Originally paid $650 for this head. This head REALLY needs Intake, header, and exhaust, otherwise whats the point of having porting :) The stock d-series exhaust manifold just doesnt cut it.

    Comes wth VTEC solenoid and a VTEC valve cover in great condition, intake manifold, fuel rail, all sensors attached to the head and intake manifold, and throttle body. The EACV was also replaced about 2 years ago on the intake manifold

    -distributor with stock cap and also included will be an MSD power cap if you decide to switch to an external coil(recommended if you want serious power) The MSD cap was around $30

    -professionally chipped p28 ecu. This ecu makes vtec roar. Vtec at 4400k, redline at 8500. From a 5spd, originally paid $175 for it

    -obd0-obd1 ecu jumper harness and complete modified obd0 dx/lx engine harness for use with obd1. All neccessary plugs have been swapped to OBD1 style and the harness was also converted from DPFI to MPFI The ecu jumper harness was $130 and I made the engine harness in my spare time. All connections were soldered and I didn't receive any codes with this harness. It also has a toggle switch installed to check the codes. If using this on a d15b2, the coolant temp sensor will have to be changed for the obd0 style connector. The d16z6 has this sensor in a different place so I had to change it

    -full set of ARP head studs, washers and nuts for a d16z6 head. Torqued once. I paid $100

    -also included is an AEM cam gear. Its kinda old and one of the bolts needs to be replaced. Im throwing this in for free, I have no use for it

    This is over a $1000 worth of parts, but you can get it here for $500. This is everything you need to do a mini me swap the right way, with the computer to match the head. Only thing needed will be a 4 wire o2 sensor. Any questions feel free to ask. Email is the best way esi420@hotmail.com

    Its on ebay right now, pictures can be seen here:

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAP...&category=33617

    Thanks
     
  2. blackcom

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    hi, im interested in some of your stuff cz i intend to do a swap of Z6 head into my D15B2 stock engine.
    will u send those item to singapore?? Total shipping cost?
    Since i already have the ECU,Z6 head,manifold,dizzy + header.

    ITEM NEEDED
    -conversion + engine harness and ( so i just use the original plug at my PO5 to plug into your conversion harness?) CONFUSE?? What dose those tag on the 4 wires means?
    -Adj cam gear (heard if using D15 bottom timming will be off?)so i need to change the bolt?

    *So wat do i do with the O2 sensor? Easy to change?
    *Do i need a resisitor box if using your harness running on P28?

    mail mi your asking price for the 2 item man..hope izt cheap.. :D
    alvinz77@yahoo.com
     
  3. thetruth

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    im interested 500 shipped and ill take it
     
  4. esi42

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    Sorry won't ship out of the lower 48 states and the items are pending sale. After 9/11 shipping out of the country is a pain.

    From some of your questions, I would advise you research the dpfi to mpfi swap(dual point fuel injection to multipoint fuel injection). I would also research the obd0-obd1 swap. I had a good thread started on this a while back and you should be able to find it using the search engine.

    About the O2 sensor- all the extra wires needed to convert from a 1-wire to a 4-wire are included in the obd0-obd1 jumper harness. The factory 1 wire 02 plug on the stock dx/lx harness is left unused(with the THIS harness, others may be different) All you need to do is buy a new 02 snesor for a 93 Honda Civic Ex

    injectors- If you use obd1 injectors, you don't need the resistor box.

    cam gear-The cam gear on all the sohc non-vtec engines from 88-91 had 2 timing marks for the 2 different engines. One notch is used for the d15, the other for the d16. If you look at a stock gear, you will see three lines on it. Two of them are directly across from each other. These are used for the d15. The third is kinda by itself and this is used for a d16.(only applies to 88-95 sohc non-vtec)
    When doing a swap onto a d15 block, the timing marks don't exactly line up when using the stock gear. You are either half a notch retarded or half a notch advanced when using the stock cam gear. This is why you need the adjustable cam gear. You don't have to change the bolt, but make sure you buy the gear for the correct year of cylinder head you have.

    Hope this helps, any thing else you should be able to find by searching through the forums.

    Later
     
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