Here's a question that has been lingering in my mind for a while now. When Honda switch the Integra's B18A to the B18B, did they reposition the fuel injectors? I need to know because I replaced my B18A to a B18B but I'm still using the old intake manifold. Any help would be appreciated.
Sorry to be a little vague. What I meant was, did Honda reposition the fuel injectors so that they would be more or less vertical than the previous configuration? Hope that clears it up a little more. I know from the B17 to the B18C1 Honda made the injectors a little more vertical to aim it more towards the cylinder.
lsvtec has it. The reason why I need to know is because my B18A was shot, so I was able to get my hands on a B18B for cheap. The only thing was that I had to use my old intake manifold and everything else. Now, with this 'new' motor in, it bogs the living sh*t out of me. The 'new' motor only has 36k miles on it. I've tried pretty much everything to fix this problem except for the fuel pressure, which I've already ordered a gauge and press. reg., and the fuel injectors. I know the fuel pump is good, that was replaced at the same time this 'new' motor was put in. So if I had this little piece of knowledge, it would help me out a whole lot. Thank you.