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Which B16 for an EG

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by tylonalsnifnfool, Sep 8, 2005.

  1. tylonalsnifnfool

    tylonalsnifnfool Senior Member

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    I am starting to plan out my next project and was wondering wich of these http://hmotorsonline.com/shop/sc2000search...0USDM%20Engines
    B16a's i would want for a 94 VX. I'd be using some teggy mounts more than likely. Should i get the motor/tranny/ecu combo or the complete changeover? And should i get a cable or hydralic tranny?
     
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    dohch22a4 Senior Member

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    Dude, all this crap is in the swap guide/reference section.

    BUT... if you're just too lazy, you'll want to stay OBD I so go for a B16A3 from a Del Sol VTEC or a JDM B16A SiR II. It's a good idea to just get the whole changeover if you're starting the project from scratch. Plus, there is no better place to buy from than Hmotorsonline.com.

    Also, you'll want a hydraulic tranny.
     
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    xj0hnx I wanna be sedated VIP

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    i have a 94 vx and i got the b16a sir2 swap....im going to state ref. and in order to get it approved i have to make it look like a del sol...
     
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    30005 - B16A 92-95 (SiR-II) Complete Change Over
     
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    if the swap comes with the wiring harness and the sir II ECU.. it's just plug and play right?
     
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    depends on the chassis. ex/si, cake, all the rest require minor mods- all of which is covered in the tech articles
     
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    Not fi it's a JDM harness, they are backwards. But the ECU will plug right in.
     
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    just go with the sirII from hmo.
     
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    the jdm harness is backwards from the jdm ecu?
     
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    He means that because the JDM engine came out of a JDM right hand drive car, the ECU is on the other side, so the harness is exactly opposite the USDM one. ;)
     
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    i sort of figured that. Does that make it hard to reach?
     
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    What??? Dude, use your stock harness... Modify it by using the harness off the JDM engine and cut/solder the correct plugs onto your stock harness.
     
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