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zc swap drive axel help

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by Ozziecrx, Apr 27, 2008.

  1. Ozziecrx

    Ozziecrx New Member

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    i got a 1987 honda crx i am putting a brown top zc in it and i also am putting in zc trans i need to no what drive axels i need to make it work... also for turbo manifold what manifold type should i go by ???? by that what other motor has same manifold type in usa...
     
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    you need 86-89 Integra axles, intermediate shaft, knuckles/hubs and shift linkage - all D-series engines (including the ZC) have the same exhaust manifold attaching bolt pattern - the D16A1 and ZC engines have the exhaust ports raised about 3mm in relation to the manifold attaching holes - you should port match the manifold to match the 86-89 Integra exhaust gasket - if your CRX is not the Si model, you will need the entire fuel system (including tank, pump, lines, etc.) from an Si model along with most of the wiring from an Si model - depending on what you use for ECU, you may have a problem with the ZC intake manifold as it doesn't have the EACV - best to use the 88-89 Integra intake manifold and throttle body
     
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    im useing a brown top zc and i already have ecu from an 89 integra and everything else i need i just completely forgot about driveaxels for some reason i curently have the engine in pieces right now its at the machine show getting honed and i am getting the vales redone with titanium retainers and alll the happy works so it should be a very reliable beast once i get the motor ready to drop in till then i drive my crx si every day to work....
     
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