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help w/b18b swap into 90 civic

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by rmgblown, Jan 25, 2004.

  1. rmgblown

    rmgblown Junior Member

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    :wall: ...greetings from confusious.....iight folks i gota couple of questions....1:what back bracket do i use 2:should i just convert the o2 and the dirtributor to obd instead of obd1(i plan on using the 91 gs ecu) 3: if i stay w/odb should i just use the d16 injectors?.....i would appreciate the replies..thanx
     
  2. rmgblown

    rmgblown Junior Member

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    i mean...DAMN...can i get a little help here...not too much :sleep:
     
  3. Smonkeyboy

    Smonkeyboy Senior Member

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    couple things wrong with that,

    91 gs ECU= OBD 0
    B18B = OBD 1
    that doesnt match up


    D16 > B18

    no way are you going to want to put D-Series injectors in a Bseries motor, hell i dont even know if they would fit.


    and most importantly where are you getting your motor from?
     
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    all d series and b series injectors a 240cc. it doesnt matter they all flow the same amount and yes they do fit.


    and the b18b will work, just neesd a obd0 dizzy.
     
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    dohch22a4 Senior Member

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    No, the D-series injectors are 210cc. So, no, they don't flow the same amount.
     
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    thanx...i kew that they would flow a little less so thats why i asked that....and it dosent matter what obd the motor is ...it depends on the harness...but thanks to all
     
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    Smonkeyboy Senior Member

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    DONT FORGET THE DIZZY IF YOU GO WITH THE OBD1 MOTOR AND OBD0 ECU!!!!!
     
  8. rmgblown

    rmgblown Junior Member

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    tru...almost forgot
     
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