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Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by b20z2, May 26, 2004.

  1. b20z2

    b20z2 Junior Member

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    Hello all,
    I have a 95 dx hb. It is an automatic. engine and tranny are out.
    i just bought a 01 b20z2. I already have a tranny(standard). It is from a 90 integra rs. The label on the tranny is S1.(24 spline). I need help now.
    What mounts/brackets do i need to drop this combo in the hb. I do not want to buy a hydro tranny. I know I will have to add the clutch pedal/cable/shift linkage.
    I just need to know about the mounts and tranny back bracket.


    thanks
     
  2. brian11to1

    brian11to1 Senior Member

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    Sorry to break it to you, you need to get a newer tranny, something from a 94 or newer Integra or 99-00 civic SI. You have what is referred to as a Cable tranny... meaning it uses a cable to engage the clutch where as your car uses hydro pressure, or a hydrolic clutch setup.

    The mounts/shift linkage should be bought from hasport.com. since you are doin an auto-manual anywho you may as well do it right.
     
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    b20z2 Junior Member

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    I see how that is true if the hb had a standard tranny in it to begin with.
    It had a auto so I believe I can choose to go either cable or hydro at this time.
    Please correct me if I am wrong.
     
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    phunky.buddha Admin with a big stick Admin VIP

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    Yes, you can pretty much go whichever way you want if you're converting from auto, since there isn't any existing clutch system to match up to. I don't know exactly what you need to make it work though.
     
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    a month ago when I called hasport they still didnt have the auto to manual mount for sale , I went with place racing and am very happy with the fit and finish
     
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    I have read several of your post.
    I've got lots of respect for your knowledge.
    I live in h-town and drive more than more than 50 miles a day so the 90 tranny will work for me.
    HELP MEEEEEEEEEE
     
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    b20z2 Junior Member

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    last post was for the Calesta.
     
  8. phunky.buddha

    phunky.buddha Admin with a big stick Admin VIP

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    Thanks. :bow: There are tons of people around here that know more than I do about dropping a cable transmission into your auto car.

    What does your driving style have to do with your 1990 transmission choice?
     
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    hmm, well i guess that makes no difference.
    I just want to use what I have. It's there its free to me. Thats really the reason for using the cable tranny.
    would this be a decent tranny for the b20z? anyone?
     
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    You'll need the clutch cable from the integra, pedals and most likely the shift linkages from hasport.
     
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    phunky.buddha Admin with a big stick Admin VIP

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    You should be fine. I don't know what the ratios are in that particular transmission. Transmission "codes" are for the chassis anyway- they don't necessarily tell you what gear ratios are inside. You can have multiple transmission configurations for one chassis code.
     
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