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How to mini me d15b7 crx

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by MR.UTI, Mar 6, 2008.

  1. MR.UTI

    MR.UTI New Member

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    How do I convert a d15b7 to a single cam mini me??? and if anyone has any d16z6 ecus for sale let me know:D
     
  2. get_nick

    get_nick These snozzberries taste like snozzberries... VIP

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    i think you have just have to change the valve cover to one that says "vtech"
     
  3. Luis998

    Luis998 Honda Enthusiast

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    That's so wrong. Funny, but wrong. haha

    Now then, on to the crux of the question. I know that for starters you would need a new head, as I used to have a D15b7 before. Start out by finding a D16z6 head or a D16Y8 head. Both are VTEC and will bolt right up to your block.

    A little research on this wouldn't hurt either, as I can not provide all of the answers you are looking for. Trust me, I've been researching my very own build for a very long time before I decided to make my own post.
     
  4. p1s70np0w3r

    p1s70np0w3r New Member

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    For starters mini-me swaps are pointless cause there still really slow.. but if you wanna kno what u need... well here:
    -sohc vtec head
    -p28 ecu
    -metal head gasket(you can use a cosmetic one but then with the dropped compression you gain like no power, so then it becomes pointless.. go the extra mile and spend $50 on a good head gasket)
    -ex timing belt
    -When you remove the head theres a little round oil restrictor on the center of the back of the deck, pull it out.. cause w/o pulling it out u wont get enough oil pressure for vtec to work..
    -Bolt your shit together..and hook up your ecu
    - you have to pin and run 3 wires.... 2 for the vtec oil pressure switch and 1 for the vtec selinoid(look up a pin out diagram)
    - drive your car ad slap the vtak happiness...
    -Last but not least, sell your d-series and buy a b series swap..
    SLLLOOOOOWWW CHIRP BBAaaa SLoooowwwwww grind bbaaaasslloOOOWWWW... go d series....
     
  5. monotech909

    monotech909 Got V-tec?

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    Best way to do this conversion and cheapest is go with D16y8 cylinder head cause your obd-0 distributer will bolt right up and lign up perfectly fine. The D16z6 will throw off the timing and will require jumper harness/obd-1 dizzy/p28 ecu.
    Once you have everything going you can use pr3/pwo ecus or you can run a autometer rpm activator module to control the v-tec which works kind of like a v-tec controller and you can set the v-tec at desired Rpms by changing out the pills on the module. Just make sure to unplug the v-tec oil jet on the upper center part of the block between cylinders 2-3 use a pick or wood screw and screw it in a bit and pull straight up should come off like butter. Good luck on your build up, Peace!
     
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