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I go the B16A, when i wana purchase parts ,, like O2 sensors ect.. Do i get them for a 95 Delsol DOHC vtech even though it states B16A3.. What do i get from?
 

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Four. Since he compared to an OBD I motor I would hope he had an OBD I motor.
 
first of all. what car is this b16 in? What OBD is your ECU? if thsi is a typical swapped car, then you have a 1-wier O2 sensor. so buy one from any 88-91 civic/crx....unless you converted to OBD1, then you know what to do.
 
Originally posted by walid_105@Jul 11 2005, 07:46 PM
DOHC vtech
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i have one of those phones, sick reception for a cordless dude

i didnt have enough to get the dohc version though <_<
 
Originally posted by Speedracer228+Jul 13 2005, 07:38 AM-->
walid_105
@Jul 11 2005, 07:46 PM
DOHC vtech
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i have one of those phones, sick reception for a cordless dude

i didnt have enough to get the dohc version though <_<
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Its ok, you can import that shit from Japan and swap it when you do have the bankroll.
 

xj0hnx

VIP
Originally posted by B16CRX@Jul 13 2005, 01:33 PM
first of all. what car is this b16 in? What OBD is your ECU? if thsi is a typical swapped car, then you have a 1-wier O2 sensor.
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Typical? How does that make anything typical? So a typical swap is an OBD 0 B16A into a 4th gen?

Anyway, to the original poster, the real clue is, what ECU are you running. doesn't matter if your car is from 1912 and the motor was sent back from 3025, if you're using an OBD I B16A ECU, you use a four wire.
 
Originally posted by 92b16vx+Jul 13 2005, 03:31 PM-->
@Jul 13 2005, 01:33 PM
first of all. what car is this b16 in? What OBD is your ECU? if thsi is a typical swapped car, then you have a 1-wier O2 sensor.
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Typical? How does that make anything typical? So a typical swap is an OBD 0 B16A into a 4th gen?
Anyway, to the original poster, the real clue is, what ECU are you running. doesn't matter if your car is from 1912 and the motor was sent back from 3025, if you're using an OBD I B16A ECU, you use a four wire.
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YES. thast right. AND, I already mentioned the OBD/ECU question...he still hasnt answered.
 
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