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Newbie Help si w/ b18 to b20

Discussion in 'Civic and del Sol - EG and EK' started by 2000civicsiswap, Jul 16, 2013.

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    2000civicsiswap New Member

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    ok sorry to fuck this up but im new amd cant figure out how to post amd this post is close to my topic I have a 2000 civic si with a b18 swap and I blew it up so im looking to do a b20 swap am I going to have any problems like half shafts or dizzy connectors can I still use my full exhaust and my pgm-fi intake ugh message me and let me know I don't want to screw up this tread to bad
     
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    Started a new thread for you.

    You can re-use almost everything form your si/b18 on the b20 to make it work. do you have a b18c or b18b in there ?
     
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    sorry already forgot password so started new one and b18b is the block codenow I remember the pervious owner said something about obd2 but im not sue if its swiched to it the motor is a 1994-95 integra hatch ls motor and im going to a 1997 crv b20
     
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    Alright got the original account back
     
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    so can I use my tranny weather it the factory si tranny or the b18 tranny what about motor mountsdoes a 1997 b20 run on obd2 or obd1 ?
     
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    96+ is obd2.

    the easiest thing to do would be to retain all your cars intake manifold and electronics, and bolt it on to the new b20 block.
     
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    OK so can I use my factory so trannybor am I going to need to purchase a trsnsmission
     
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    yes, all modern b-series trannys will bolt right up
     
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