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Discussion in 'Civic and del Sol - EG and EK' started by biznatchyryan, Jul 26, 2007.

  1. biznatchyryan

    biznatchyryan New Member

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    Would mounts from a 94 b16 and a rear bracket from a 94-01integra work for mounting a b18 in a EK hatch ??
     
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    Yes, B series mounts from 94-01 integra are what is needed to mount a B series into an eg/ek
     
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    SunShine00 Eager Student

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    13.2 with a gsr at 10 psi , no offence but that seems real slow, ive seen stock k series motors making way less power like 170 180 whp , run a 12.80 on street tires
     
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    welfare Ancient Member

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    not to condone your thread jack, That is the first run with the drag radials but i was trying to take it easy with the thing due to the stock Diff, which broke on the second run. Also the car is a GSR, a 4 DOOR GSR with FULL interior, A/C, Power steering, etc. etc. not a swap into a gutted coupe or hatchback, so it's going to run slower than a civic.
    The integra is my DD, I drive my kids around in it, I get groceries with it, I take it fishing, it's not a race car.
     
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    SunShine00 Eager Student

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    true yea i guess i could see that on the first run , i only say this because im planing on doing the same type set up myself , also are you runing a computer that set's your rpm for starts off the line ? on either cars ?
     
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    welfare Ancient Member

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    The crx has a complete stock p72 ecu, the whole point of that build it to have a completely stock (honda only parts) car.
    The integra has a full standalone but I have not hooked up the MSD yet for my launch control.
     
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    SunShine00 Eager Student

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    nice, you could probley save another good bit off your 1/4 mile time?, let me know when you run them agian im really interested
     
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    prolly not going to run them again this season, at least not the integra, maybe the crx, but I have to get a new fuel tank for it cuz the current one is leaking.
     
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