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Shift Linkage

Discussion in 'Civic and del Sol - EG and EK' started by redxcobrax, Nov 22, 2008.

  1. redxcobrax

    redxcobrax God member

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    I am swapping a LS motor (b18a1) into my 94 civic eg. Do I need the LS shift linkage or the civic shift linkage?

    I'm assuming its the civic shift linkage that I need, but I'd like to confirm.
     
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    i think they are the same but just to be safe i'd buy the civic si linkage :D
     
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    D16SiHatch New Member

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    you can use a 94-01 teg linkage, or the 99-00 si linkage
     
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    redxcobrax God member

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    anyone else confirm this please?
     
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    redxcobrax God member

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    Thanks =D
    I'm just going to have a few more member confirm this and I will order.
     
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    if a b-series swap in an eg is anything like the ef i believe you have to shorten the teg linkage to use it. you could also go this route..

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    Anyone? The teggy linkage is a bit longer so that's probably why you need to shorten it a bit right? But a civic linkage should just work (plug and play type?)
     
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    nope the civic linkage wont work. the connections to the trans for both the shift linkage and stabilizer bar are completely different. not only are they at different angle between the two diff trans types, but the stabilizer bar on the b-series is set much further back on the trans case.

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    I see, I was completely wrong. So I need the B series teggy shift linkage and shorten it up a tad bit?
     
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    either that or the b-series into eg linkages that are ready to go out of the box
     
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