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Help me identify is this is sir or sirII

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by flip85, Feb 21, 2006.

  1. flip85

    flip85 Junior Member

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    Hello,

    First of all let me introduce myself Philip, 20 years old, driving an eg4 (d15b2 :S 0bd0), from the netherlands (so i'm sorry if my english becomes somewhat unclear).
    Since i'm not satisfied with the power output of my current motor i want to swap.
    I found a swap suitable for me but as i readed the "B16A Variants" swap article some questions rised above
    This person claims its a sirII but some marks denie it, some marks aprove it. So here i'am very confused.
    This is what the advertising says(translated of course):
    Anyway's here are some pics of the subject:

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    Well since i'm not familiar with b16's at all who could help me.

    Philip
     
  2. 1995EGGuy

    1995EGGuy Senior Member

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    It's surely an SIR-II. I have one in my EG right now and it looks exactly the same as that. Trust me It is because if it was not the II going into an EG, you would run into a whole mess of problems.
     
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    ef9civicgen4 Senior Member

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    99% its an Sir-II, big VTEC on the valve cover, different intake manifold then my Sir-I. if i could get i pick of the connectors on the wiring harness i could be for sure.

    but more then likely its an OBD1 SiR-II
     
  4. eg6sir

    eg6sir Supa Mod Moderator VIP

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    you can also check by the date stamp on the head, by the exhuast ports.
     
  5. flip85

    flip85 Junior Member

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    Sure I thrust you, 2 things confused me though, the (vin?) number should be 5****** acording to the swap article and the picture above say 1407etc. And the tranny caused some confusion too, it says cable insteath of hydro? EDIT: i last saw 2 post where added since i typed this post. Thanks for the helping hands btw.
     
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    lswhitecivic Senior Member

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    I'd be willing to bet that is a B16A out of an Integra XSi; that would explain the YS1 tranny. But that means that its not an SiRII because that motor is OBD0. You could always send the seller an email and ask what the code on the ECU is...if its a PR3 its going to be the B16A out of the XSi, if its P30 its a B16A SiRII.
     
  7. flip85

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    Yes i found somewhere that he's says it has an p30 ecu. Btw quick question, am i facing problems with the YS1 tranny? Or isn't any different then a d15->b16a swap?
     
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    lswhitecivic Senior Member

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    Its probably an SiRII that someone had in an older car, so they got rid of the hydro tranny and put the cable one in. If you get the swap you'll just want to take off the cable tranny and try and sell it and find a hydro either a Y1 or Y80 or S80 off a newer B16 or a B18C.
     
  9. E_SolSi

    E_SolSi Member of the 20 nut club Moderator VIP

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    I little bit of helpful info, the SiR and the SiRII, are trim levels like the DX, VX, Si etc...both came with the same B16A, and both were availible from 89-00. They just have different options.

     
  10. flip85

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    Hmm that's realy sorry for me to hear(about the tranny). You sure there aren't any differences between USDM and EDM (what i'm driving)? (not questioning your wishdom, i have very litlle hope that i want disclosure)

    E solsi, good point though i can't edit the topic title.
     
  11. lswhitecivic

    lswhitecivic Senior Member

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    The B16A from the XSi wasn't offered in the states. I would guess that theres no difference in the JDM and EDM versions.
     
  12. flip85

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    Well i cancelled the whole deal. Thank you all for helping me out! If it werent for you guys i would have lost a lot of money. :)
     
  13. SlushboxTeggy

    SlushboxTeggy It's only stupid if it doesn't work VIP

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    definitely a xsi. ys1 pretty much means xsi. but the xsi is obd1, offered in the 92-93 integras. and the xsi's did have the big vtec on the valve cover too.
     
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