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Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by bossman032, Mar 29, 2003.

  1. bossman032

    bossman032 Senior Member

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    Well that is my engine a SIR II b16a Complete.
    HCP mounts!!
    Came with cable tranny YS1, OBD1 ECU and Wiring.

    I have the Conversion Harness DX TO SIR II PR3 OBD1 ECU harness and DX engine wireing harness converted TO OBD1.

    Also have the Axels with green marking or bands on them Hope fully 90-91 interga axels.

    I bought a Exedy Full-Face Racing Clutch Organic clutch disk with pressure plate,
    Clutch release bearing, Pilot bearing Clutch, alignment tool (plastic) from ebay for $240 hope fully it will fit.

    Bought some new spark PLUGS NGK and NGK wires.

    It came with shiftlinkage I sold it for like $136. I want to buy the HCP shift linkage to make it more easyier.. is that any GOOD?

    Any comments will be noted because I haven't done this before any help would make my job more easyier and NICE of YOU :worthy:

    So let me know anything that might help or advise I know their are some pro's out here that help out soo help a brother out if you have the time :thumbup:

    thanks
    ronald
     
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    asmallsol Super Moderator

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    before you try to put that in your car, replace the water pump and timing belt. It is a must for all swaps and they are a bitch to do when the engine is in the car.
     
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    While the engine is out, I would heat paint the block and head silver myself, to make it look new.

    Also, might as well, tune it up, spark plugs, wires, cap/rotor, etc.

    Working on an engine is SO much easier when it's NOT in the car, trust me.
     
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    Nice thanks for the advise Hater..

    anyone else..?
     
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    pills_PMD Super Moderator

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    what car is this going into?

    and just out of curiosity.. what is the block number?? b16 5--------- or b16 1---------------????
    thanks
     
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    bossman032 Senior Member

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    91 Civic DX!!!

    B16 140XXXX

    why you ask?
     
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    pissedoffsol RETIRED

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    get rid of that rusted ass crank pulley :bash:
     
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    :worthy: haha ok!!!

    how much pulley cost?
     
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