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ZC swap

Discussion in 'Civic and CRX - EF' started by sohcEF, Nov 2, 2006.

  1. sohcEF

    sohcEF New Member

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    what would need to be changed to drop a ZC into a 91 hatch? would i need new mounting brackets, harness, ECU?
     
  2. zex_cool

    zex_cool THE killer

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    well let me guess what car/model you got.
     
  3. lilcrxthatculd

    lilcrxthatculd New Member

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    zex_cool THE killer

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    no shit, was there only one 91 hatch made ??
     
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    zex_cool THE killer

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    do you have a mpfi swap done already ??
     
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    ef8 Junior Member

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    You do not need any different parts except to convert from DPFI to MPFI.Completely bolt in.
     
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    EFOptmst New Member

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    they are wrong, since you have a base model you will need the dx knuckles/hubs from the same 88-91 civic, and 90-93 integra axles. I have the same car and am working on the same swap. The nuckles/hubs for your car has a different spline count than the others, why, i dont know, probably because it is a base model, and has the weak 62 hp engine instead of a 100 hp engine, thus has weaker axles/hubs/knuckles. Other than these you need nothing, except a little time to search junkyards or the web for a good price. I was lucky, check classifieds like clubcivic, thezc, and hondatech, or ebay.
     
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