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More like B16A>B18A.The civic is light and the torque isn't as nescessary to get it moving,besides it isn't like the B18A is a torque monster,by any means.Originally posted by SleEPeR_CRX Posted on Feb 8 2003+ 07:32 AM -->The motor in the siR is the A1 and it is the same obd as the 88-91 civic/rex,which is obd 0SleEPeR_CRX Posted on Feb 8 2003 @ 07:32 AM ) said:the only 1 is from the SiR, and i believe its obd2 so it will b a bitch to wire and a hell of alot more expensive than the a1.
The B16A1 is only about $1150 for motor,tranny,ecu... plus the parts to put it in from HAsport=around $2000 or less.Originally posted by SleEPeR_CRX Posted on Feb 8 2003@ 07:32 AM
if u look around. those are the only 2 worthwhile cheap swaps.
SleEPeR_CRX Posted on Feb 8 2003@ 07:32 AM
but i still believe b18a>b16a
U can never replace torque,
Originally posted by SleEPeR_CRX@Feb 8 2003, 09:23 PM
dude, i wasnt talking about the JDM SiR engine for the rex. i know thats a b16a1, im talking about the Civic SiR engine, 99-2000 or whatever it was...
Originally posted by Jake 21@Feb 9 2003, 05:52 AM
I figured it would cost me around $3000 if I did the work myself. I plan to swap a B16a1 into my 90 dx hb. The hardest part is getting the right ends on the CV axels, the axels themselves are the right length and the ends that go into your hubs will be right, but finding the right splines to fit the new transaxel is a pain especially if you don't know what the engine came out of.