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H22 Swap into '99 Civic *PICS*

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by Dr Tweak, Nov 4, 2006.

  1. Dr Tweak

    Dr Tweak New Member

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    Wiring up the H22 (using P13 ECU and modifying the Civic harness)

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    I didn't have the bracket to hold the timing belt tensioner, so I whipped this up in a few minutes with a spare bracket, a hammer, and a cutting wheel...

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    It doesn't seem like it could fit!

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    PUSH! PUSH!

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    More to follow this coming week =) See more of my swaps at Phoenix Tuning - Home and PSD_Home
     
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    TurboMirage YEEAAAHHH VIP

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    nice!

    i hope that bracket holds ;)
     
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    Oh no, that bracket doesn't stay there, it just holds the hydraulic tensioner in a compressed position so that I can slip the new timing belt on. Then it's removed and it tightens the belt up. :)
     
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    Here's the rest of it :)

    Modifying the power steering pump. I rotated the return line fitting and drilled a new hole to bolt it in. I had to trim the pump a little for it to fit.

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    First startup...

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    After I confirmed that it was running correctly, I detached the harness and loomed it up...

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    Cutting the hole for the shifter...

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    Shot from underneath...

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    There it is. Once the interior was installed you could hardly tell.

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    Exhaust installed. The cat-back had to be shortened to fit.

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    Installing the new fuel pump...

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    The P13 ECU just barely fits behind this trim panel.

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    All that needs to be done is the a/c and clean up the engine. It runs great and is VERY strong.

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    Hey, looks great, clean as hell. How many swaps have you done, and how long did that take?
     
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    Well I'm an expert in all Toyota swaps since I've been doing them for quite some time now. This was my first H22/Civic swap though. It took me about 4-5 days of work including rewiring the harness (not using an adapter harness) and whatnot.

    -Doc
     
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    awesome. what kind of mounts and axles did you use? Could you make a list of parts needed and stuff for reference purposes?
     
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    I beleive the kit was a place racing kit, and the axles were specific for the swap (provided by the customer). There are several lists out there if you look around, that's what I would do.

    Where in VT are you from? I used to live in Newport.

    -Doc
     
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    hazzardboy95 Hon-daaaa

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    nice swap, are you looking to hook it up anymore, or are you gonna run all motor
     
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    Oh no, not jewport haha. Im from brattleboro, southern vt. I go to school with a bunch of kids from up yonder.
     
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    DelSlow89 93 Del Sol

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    Hey I Got a 93 Del sol and im tryin to get a new engine for it. i was looking at the b16, b18 and b20 and im not sure which one would be the easiest to do?
     
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    reikoshea HS Troll...And Mod Moderator VIP

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    best to create a new thread for this question.

    Sick swap, doc. Looks like it belongs there.
     
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    ThatGuy4life The Riced Sleeper

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    DelSlow89 93 Del Sol

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    Help!!!!!!

    How do you start a Thread, I'm new to this Forum and I have no clue how to post or start a thread. By the way How hard is it to swap a b15 del sol for a b18 and c1 LSD tranny
     
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    How hard of a swap was it? How much did it cost? I'm dying to put an H in my 98' Civic EX. I've heard I would lose power steering and AC, was it hard preserving those things?
     
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    I think including all the extra parts and labor it costed this customer around $2500, including the a/c and p/s and everything. That doesn't include the engine or mount kit.

    -Doc
     
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