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obd2 swap into 91 integra obd

Discussion in 'Integra' started by Orochi420, Apr 8, 2008.

  1. Orochi420

    Orochi420 New Member

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    i have three integras a 96 se,95 ls (bought with timebelt broke valvetrain damage),and a 91 ls. the 95 block is going to be used in the 96 for a lsvtec. the engine in the 96 runs good still and the 91 burns oil. so i want to swap the obd2 from the 96 into the obd 91. but having trouble finding specifics on what parts i need or can use from the 96 other than head, block, ecu, distributer. help plz b4 my91 dies she will be driven the most.
     
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    BrutalB83 Brutal Moderator Moderator VIP

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    Just use the accessories from the older engine and run it as OBD1.
     
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    Orochi420 New Member

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    the 91 is obd0 and the b18b is from a obd2
     
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    My performance shop i go to was able to put OBD1 parts in my car no problem they said that acura's are a little different then honda's and that the 90-93 integra is obd1 irreguardless
     
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    Not necessarily true. I'm fairly certain that some of the 90-91 models did have OBD0...
     
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    thats what i read and i even argued wit the guy bout it but hes saying its obd1 and i paid for an OBd2 jumper harness, i could be mistaked im still fairly new to honda
     
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    im keeping it obd0 and only using the head/block from the 96. a for b
     
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    That's actually wat I was tryna do was swap a b18b in my 91 ls
     
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    You can use the entire swap from the 96 in your car. If you dont care about being able to rev the motor to 7200 you can leave your stock ecu and run it to 6500, you can use the 96 swap, put on the dizzy and manifold from your 90 integra and you'll be fine
     
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    All 91's are non-OBD. If you want to argue with me post pics of your ECU harness, the emissions label under your hood, and/or your VIN.
     
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    also referred to as obd0...
     
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