I just need someone to verify that I have all of my info right so that it all goes smoothly. I have a 1994 Civic DX and a 1996 GSR. I want to put the GSR motor into the civic. So... drop the motor into the civic using the Integra mounts and the harness is plug and play. I need OBD1 Injectors (although I don't quite understand how this makes a difference). I'll also need an OBD1 GSR ECU. I can use the same dizzy and Alternator(?) provided that I rewire the dizzy using the OBD2-1 wire conversion table and rewire the alternator to work with the obd1 plug. Next I need to run wires for the VTEC Oil Pressure, VTEC solenoid, knock sensor, IAB solenoid and IAB 12V+ from the harness to the ecu and pin them as follows: VTEC Oil Pressure @ D6 Knock Sensor @ D3 VTEC Solenoid @ A4 IAB Solenoid move from A20 to A17 IAB 12+V @ spliced to wire @ A25, yel/blk wire @ injectors, or the IACV Is this all right? Is there too much? Am I missing something? This will be my first swap and I want to make sure everything goes smoothly. Here is the info I found on rewiring the alternator to work. I'm also not sure how accurate it is. Rewire an OBD2 Alternator to OBD1 Alternator. I just want to make sure I do this right, because it's a lot to take in and I'm thinking it would only take wiring one thing wrong to screw up everything. While I'm at it I was thinking about doing the following: Use this page to convert to Power Steering OEM Cruise Control Swap Install GSR cluster into 92-95 Civic DIY Solid Mounts (I'm not sure about this one...) And swap over the Integra braking system (although I'm not sure if it will work since the DX is non-ABS. I don't care about the ABS, I just want the 4 wheel disc... need to find a good DIY for this one).