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How can i tell if the motor is odb0 or odb2

Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by A911MASTER, May 14, 2010.

  1. A911MASTER

    A911MASTER New Member

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    I have a b16a that is what is stamped on the block i have read some post and i believe it is a b16a1 i need to know what odb it is or does it matter.

    Thanks for all the help in advance
     
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    i believe the b16a1 was used in the del sol si

    which was made 93-97 so it would most likely be obd1
     
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    vpower New Member

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    lemme help ya out man...B is right about the del sol so just ignore that post...

    B16A1
    VTEC
    Found in:
    Early Integra, CRX, Civic'1.6i-VT'(EE8)(EE9)
    Displacement: 1.6 liter (1595)
    Bore×Stroke: 81.0×77.4 mm (3.19×3.05 in)
    Compression: 10.2:1
    Power: 150 @ 7600 rpm
    Torque: 106 lb·ft (144 N·m) @ 7100 rpm
    Redline: 8000 rpm
    Transmission: Y2
    aluminium casting toma
    ECU code: PW0-X00 / PW0-E00 (EE8)
    OBD0
     
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    B18C EG6 New Member

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    Any number after the B16A (like B16A1, B16A2, B16A3, etc)? No number means she came out of a Japanese SiR ('90-'95) or Integra XSi/RSi ('89-'93)........... And yes OBD is pretty important!!
     
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    obd0 is what it should be...
     
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