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questions on 88-91 swap

Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by Kajed Kreation, Jun 9, 2004.

  1. Kajed Kreation

    Kajed Kreation Junior Member

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    i just ordered a b16a sir motor(88-91) and im putting it into a 90 civic hatch...what else do i need to swap it in? motor mounts, etc...
     
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    radnulb Senior Member

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    the search button?
     
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    VTECPOWER Senior Member

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    the age old question...what do i need for my sir swap. if i had a nickel for everytime i heard that one. i think i just saw that question in the swap forums...hummmmmmmmmm with all kidding aside it shouldn't be hard to find that info.

    b16a swap infomation
     
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    Citizen_Insane Senior Member

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    You NEED:
    mounts: $350 (GET HASPORT)
    Shift Linkage: $50-150 (GET HASPORT)
    (only for Dx and Std) Wiring Conversion from DPFI to MPFI (Dual Point Fuel Injection to Multi Point Fuel Injection): either buy a conversion harness for $150 or do it yourself.
    You'll also have to do some very minor frame alterations see hasport.com

    You should replace:
    The Clutch: $100-$350 (I recomend Excedy, but act also makes REALLY good performance clutches, but they're more expensive)
    Timing Belt: $75
    Water Pump: $40
    Spark Plugs and Wires (OEM HONDA ONLY): $50
    Distributor cap and rotor: $40

    For more info go to:
    http://b16a.honda-perf.org/index2.html
    http://www.geocities.com/teampimports/b16a.html
    http://www.phatwhippincrx.20m.com/custom.html
    http://tjshondas.20m.com/b16awire.html
    http://www.teirney.net/civic/EngineSwapPhotos.htm
     
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    bambam218 Junior Member

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    l: Is it worth it to do the Si intake manifold swap on my 89 crx I have that good old gas efficient DX motor. I have an Si tranny I could bolt on also. I'm looking for a few exttra horses. Help me please struggling for speed. Bring on any suggestions
     
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    Citizen_Insane Senior Member

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    :no: go start your own thread goddamnit?!?!! And its NOT SWAP RELATED so put it in engine building.


    WTF is with these noobs post whoring like there's no tomorrow?

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