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Obd0 B18a into 91 crx hf.

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by Napoleon, Dec 10, 2006.

  1. Napoleon

    Napoleon Em1 Crew Bish!

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    I was told that i need to change some pins on the distributor plug of the wiring harness. I am going to use my stock crx hf wiring harness. the only thing different is a couple of pins in the distributor plugs. Does anyone have a picture of what pins i need to change?
     
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    someone told you wrong - you don't need to change anything if the B18 is OBD0 - just put the HF harness on it and everything should plug right in - you will have one connector on the HF harness that doesn't go to anything - it was for the EGR - that is assuming you don't have a B18 out of a Calif car that had automatic transmission, in which case it does have EGR
     
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    How sure are you on this? This car does not have an auto trans so it doesn't have an egr, so i am good there. I was told that i need to repin the plug like i am doing a zc swap.
     
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    93' Del Sol 15b

    Hey I got a 93 del sol with a b15a, i'm looking at upgrading to a b18-. what particular b18 model should i be looking at for this car. I like the c1 but some say it might e hard or not worth it. Tell me what you'll think.
     
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    i am positive - the DOHC ZC requires rewiring at the distributor because it has the Cylinder Sensor on the end of the exhaust camshaft and not in the distributor like most everything else (except the D16A1)
     
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    either the JDM B18C Type R or USDM B18C5 Integra Type R would be the best B18 engine - JDM=200hp and USDM=195hp
     
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    Start your own thread for your own question retardo.

    As for this thread, yes, HF harness will match a b18a. plug in everything and then plug in the PR4 ECU. Done. ;)
     
  8. Napoleon

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    Yepppers. I am going to make a right up of it. I searched and could never find a straight answer.
     
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    Andrew Well-Known Member

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    I don't think you quite understand how many times this has been covered.(b18 into ef).
    This is probably the MOST COMMON swap of HONDA HISTORY.

    Try searching again, mang... it's out there... trust me/us. :ph34r:
    GL getting your swap done!

    (I'm not trying to be a prick, just trying to emphasize how often this gets questioned.. search "LS into EF")
     
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    Oh ok. IF you are so sure then you try it. I couldn't find anything on swapping a obd0 b18a into a 91 crx.
     
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