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Help me out with swap info plz

Discussion in 'Civic and CRX - EF' started by cardinalboy07, Jun 2, 2011.

  1. cardinalboy07

    cardinalboy07 New Member

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    ok jus got a 90ef now i want to put a dohc zc in it but i want to boost it

    what turbo kit can i use for it? because i cant find aftermarket manifold or parts
    what ecu do i use?
    what axles?
    can i use a jumper harness? instead of convert to mpfi manually
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  2. RHDism

    RHDism Right Hand Drive guru

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    --Its nice to want:D

    --Any turbo you want. Cant find aftermarket parts? its called ebay.
    --The ecu that matches the OBD and motor, unless you retrofit.
    --axels..probably B series since " you want, dohc zc "
    --A jumper harness simplifies. and MPFI is a must for your want.

    Good Luck.
     
  3. LOWLIFE

    LOWLIFE Local Diesel Fanatic

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    I think he was asking if he could use a jumper harness to convert to MPFI... If so then no, you have to run the additional wires.

    There are tons of parts for these, I mean it is a Honda... Ebay has lots of stuff available and if you do some searching there are plenty of other places online and offline that sell aftermarket stuff. But here Let me google that for you.
     
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    cardinalboy07 New Member

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    oh no i ment an exhaust manifold for turbo kit

    can i use a d series turbo kit for the ZC

    and as for the MPFI i kno i have 2 convert i was askin if i use the jumper harness would i still have to?
     
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    LOWLIFE Local Diesel Fanatic

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    Thats what I thought you meant, and the answer is still no, you will still have to run the additional wires. There is not to my knowledge a jumper harness to convert a DPI vehicle to MPI.
     
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    jlicrx Senior Member

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    if you are converting from OBD0 to OBD1, Boomslang OBD0 to OBD1 ECU conversion harness has the necessary wires for converting from DPFI to MPFI built into the conversion harness - just order: DPFI OBD0 to OBD1 - $150

    http://www.boomslang.us/obd0_1.pdf
     
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    DOHC ZC into an EF chassis is about as easy as swaps get. The motor bolts to your factory mounts and transmission. You can re use your axles. If your car is dpfi you will need to run a few new wires and install a resister box unless you are converting to obd-1.
    For computers use a PM6, PG7, or PM7 for obd-0. Use a P28 or what ever you like if converting to obd-1.
    For parts on this motor you can use most d series items including the exhaust manifold. The ports on the dohc motor are offset a little bit compared to the sohc motor but the bolt pattern is the same. For most anything in the block use parts for a d16a6. Alot of the head stuff is close to the d16a1.
    For more part information on these motors look up thezcr.com. They have alot of great information on these engines and were a great help to me the first time I swapped one.
     
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