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Discussion in 'Integra' started by terribbleteg90, May 24, 2007.

  1. terribbleteg90

    terribbleteg90 New Member

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    i need to know asap guys will a b18b1 out of a 94 integra LS sit in my 90 integra ls its got the a1 in it if so what would i have to change if anything thx for the help
     
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    disturbing_the_streetz disturbing_tha_streetz

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    quit breaking shit
     
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    myah Neu Impact Performance

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    yeah it will but you will have to get a cable hydro tranny conversion thats all
     
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    Since it's going into a 90 DA, I can help you. You can keep the cable tranny. Just make sure you don't get or use anything but a 90-91 Integra clutch. I think that you should be able to use your OBD0 distributor, ecu, engine harness, etc. In other words, pretend that it's an OBD0 longblock, and try to install as much OBD0 shit onto the motor as possible to ease the task of installing the motor into your OBD0 engine bay.

    However, if you want to get rid of your car's OBD0 system and go the OBD1 route, you'll need:
    -OBD1 distributor
    -OBD0 to OBD1 ecu conversion harness
    -OBD0 to OBD1 distributor jumper harness
    -OBD1 ecu
    -OBD1 4-wire O2 sensor

    About $500 to $600 to go the OBD1 route with new parts.

    I hope this helps!
     
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