Again, a million thanks for providing clarity to a previously confusing (to me) topic. Nothing like a flow sheet!
In all sincerity, contributions of this quality are what make forums work!!
Thanks for the reply;
so to summarize:
I will bolt the '89 flywheel onto my '91 Civic Si crankshaft, then assemble the '88 clutch disc and pressure plate to that flywheel with an '88 alignment tool, then bolt the '88 transmission to the engine assembly, complete routine reassembly with...
Your reply is clear, consistent and well-written; however, I'm easily confused!
I just joined this great forum and posted regarding a similar clutch compatibility question:
I have a bone-stock '91 Civic Si 5-speed with a bad diff, and have access to an '88 Si trans (ex-CRX) with a 1988...
New member here!
I have a bone stock 1991 Civic Si hatchback with 225k and a sloppy differential (passenger side oil seal blown and wobbly inner CV...able to wiggle the side gear around with a finger after pulling the axle)
I'd like to keep the Si ratio's, but am too cheap to have the diff...