PA 90 Civic Hatch EF B16

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DickBswapn

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I am located in Malvern, PA. I have here for sale my 1990 Civic Hatchback with complete JDM B16 swap. It has been converted to OBD1 to use the chipped ECU. It has a full Integra brake swap, 4wheel disk, prop valve, and a new bigger master cyl. Adjustable KYB struts and Eibach springs. Single belt pulley, IHE and test pipe. Si cluster with white faces. Short shifter and bushings. Newer seats, rhino floors and nothing in the back, except the relocated battery. It needs an alternator and a tire and some tlc as it has been sitting for a while. 1900 obo.


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TenTwelve

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It's a shame you're not closer. If you can get it to Pittsburgh I'd give you your asking price and $100 for gas.
 

DickBswapn

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No offers? I need this car to go. I have no room for it anymore. Posible part out if enough interest?
 

DickBswapn

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$1,000 why has it bin sitting for awhile?

No thanks. I found a great deal on an EK coupe, and had been driving the hatch for almost three years. Just wanted a change. Was going to keep this as a second car, but need cash for bills.
 

DickBswapn

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I thought you did a mild tuck, how hrd was it to convert?

Haha. It took quite a bit of time, and research. I wouldn't recomend it to most mechanics I know. Wires are my thing. I did it just to clean up the bay at the same time, nothing is tucked, believe it or not. To do just the conversion, I would cut one wire at a time from the obd0 ECU plugs and solder to the correct pin in the donor obd1 plugs. I believe it was 40-50 wires involved that are needed, without A/C or auto trans.
 
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efhondakid

My name is Byron.
I did a full tuck on my B16 EF and it was a huge pain in the ass, I wont do another thats for sure, but I have been thinking about making my own conversion harness.
 

DickBswapn

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How do you get the wires back to the engine from wherever you hid them? I just kept all of mine low, near the heater hoses. If you are confident, and patient, just get ahold of diagrams for the old and the new ECU. To make it easy while under the dash, I just made a list of what pin from old went to what pin on the new plugs.
 
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efhondakid

My name is Byron.
I got rid of the shock tower plugs and shock tower fuse box, they all run through the same spot in the firewall but just shortened up all lot of stuff.
 

DickBswapn

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I got rid of the shock tower plugs and shock tower fuse box, they all run through the same spot in the firewall but just shortened up all lot of stuff.

Thats pretty much how mine went. How did you get rid of the fuse box? Did you move it inside or just eliminate it completely?
 
would you be interested in just selling the bare shell? All I would want left in it is the dash, column, and pedals.
 
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