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hasport axels

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by ninetytray, Feb 28, 2009.

  1. ninetytray

    ninetytray New Member

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    i have been using this forum as a way to peice my swap together, everything had gone well but now i have run into a problem
    i'm swapping a b18a1 from a 92 teg into my 93 civic dx, i'm using the linkage and swap kit from hasport (egb1) and need a set of axles i looked on hasport and there only axle option is for a hydro tranny, i'm using a cable one, i emailed them and all they said was get a different trans, but i like the gearing of this one. someone has to have done this swap without another transmission and i was just wondering what axles were used, and one other thing i was looking through the swap articles and wasnt sure but any wiring issues i'm going to encounter?

    thank you very much
     
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    welfare Ancient Member

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    use the stock 1990-1993 integra axles, as well as the 90-93 integra midshaft, they will work for what you are doing.
     
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    ninetytray New Member

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    Great!, any wiring issues or is it pretty basic?
     
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    welfare Ancient Member

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    the best way to wire is to swap the engine harness from your civic engine onto the integra engine,
    then it will plug right back into your car No problem.
     
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    Matts96HB . Moderator VIP

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    Yah I'd recommend pulling the harness out of your Civic (just the engine harness) and plugging everything in outside of the car. It's way easier.
     
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