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Discussion in 'Civic and del Sol - EG and EK' started by ilovemysol, Aug 22, 2009.

  1. ilovemysol

    ilovemysol New Member

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    well today i noticed a clicking noise from my 93 del sol d16z6 and realized it was the crankshaft well im thinking about doing a swap possibly a B series motor:D one that has the same wiring as the current D16Z6 motor any help will be appreciated.
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    dtob New Member

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    Search! There's lots of info, you just need to look for it.
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    |Chaz| Well-Known Member

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    Another d16z6 will have the exact same wiring. You're going to have to change some stuff if you swap in a B series motor. It all depends on what your budget is.
  4. buttered corn

    buttered corn New Member

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    my vote is for b16a or b18c1
  5. dtob

    dtob New Member

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    The proper gen B16 (OBD1) would have the same wiring.
  6. rashidul227

    rashidul227 New Member

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    i say go for a b18
  7. ilovemysol

    ilovemysol New Member

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    ok thanks thats what i was wondering.:cool:
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    The SiR2 is OBD1...

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