Well after blowing my old project motor " Turbo ZC " I went to a JDM importer thats down the road from me and picked up my B16 yesterday. I got a OBD1 " Cable trans " With a YS1 "LSD" Trans the motor came out of a Integra XS-i. How do I know. Well there's alittle serial number under the world B16A. If thats number starts with a 1 you have a integra motor if it starts with a 5 you have a civic motor. So all you wanna be's going around saying you have a XS-i motor please check cause I've broken alot of hearts from people I've met at the races who say the people or persons who sold them their motor told them it was a integra then I look at the number and prove them wrong. Why " LSD " well since they didn't get the Gen. B16 I wanted I got a newer gen. B16 for about the same price. Plus I've always came threw with what I told him so he was nice enough to cut me a break . I'm going to be running the OBD1 motor as a OBD0 motor in my EF for awhile while I'm building up my LS bottom end as we speak. Once I finally convert it over to LS/VTec I will then re-wire it to OBD1 set-up. Since I do $100 ALL my own work I'll have pic.'s up of the motor and install VERY soon. Now here's alittle "BAD" news for al those trying or saving up for B16's. The owner of the shop told me that they are starting to become hard to get the OBD0 and OBD1 B16's. He said the reason being is that alot of people in the USA and Asia are buying them up left and right and they're becoming a "HOT" itme which is bad for the consumer because that usually means that the price for them will go up the harder they are to get. Also you can find them in alot of places on the internet but Alot of places get good reputations and then everyone gets the same motor from one place. Just do good research when you go to buy your motor about who you get it from. There's alot of places that sell B16's at a cheap price but the motor quality usually sucks.