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zc trans swap

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by thegreat1310, Jan 21, 2004.

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    thegreat1310 Senior Member

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    what axles do i need to put in my 90 civic with d15b2 witha a zc trans in it, and whats the diifernce betwwen the stock ones thanks for help or info
     
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    search ownz u. i may be correctd but im pretty sure u need the ZC intermediate shaft and the 90-93 teg axles
     
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    ZC trannys use ZC intermediate shaft and 2 right-hand axles from your model car with 90-93 Integra inner joints. 90-93 Integra axles can be modified to work also. If your car is either a CRX HF, or Civic Standard model, you will also need to replace the knuckles and hubs from any other Civic or CRX model to use the modified 90-93 Integra axles.
     
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    my stock axles are the perfect length can i just switch the inner joints and make it work that way
     
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    phunky.buddha Admin with a big stick Admin VIP

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    If your stock axles are the proper length, then yes you should be able to swap the inner joints... but if that works, then you don't have a true ZC transmission.

    Make sure you have a real ZC transmission, then get the intermediate shaft and the proper axles for your setup.
     
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    theres no dought if i have a zc trans or not because i am 100% sure that it is,yhe problem is i dont have a in ZC intermediate shaft its a bitch to find
     
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    Well... then you need to get one. Check on eBay. I see them there all the time. You could also switch over the differential hardware- i don't know what the parts are called- but whatever the axles sit in on the outside portion of the differential... swap those out to Si units (if you can) and use normal Civic axles. If you're willing to do that though, you'd be better served paying for a true ZC intermediate shaft.
     
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