I am so confused,what is a direct bolt in for a 93 civic hb.I need the real truth because Im going crazy.Please help.And if you have any comments on what to install can you please tell me everything I need to install the motor.Thank you Twerker08 Halifax,Nova Scotia, Canada
Quoting Karlmarx because i dont feel like typing the same stuff 203483 times
1. B16A2/3: Completely bolt-in Swap, VTEC needs to be wired, SIR II, Hasport shift linkage. Del Sol VTEC for the del sol
2. B18B: Completely bolt-in swap, SIR II, Hasport shift linkage. Del Sol VTEC for the del sol
3. B17A: Completely bolt-in swap, cable-hydro transmission kit(not recommended) or hydraulic b-series transmission, VTEC needs to be wired.
4. B18C1: Completely bolt-in swap, VTEC needs to be wired.
5. B18C5: Completely bolt-in swap, OBD conversion, VTEC needs to be wired.
6. B16B: Completely bolt-in swap, OBD conversion, VTEC needs to be wired.
7. H22A: Mount kit required, Hasport shift linkage, VTEC needs to be wired.
8. B16A: Not recommended! Too much work, more costly compared to B16A2/3's.
9. D16Z6: Completely bolt in, VTEC needs to be wired.
10. D16Y8: Completely bolt in, VTEC needs to be wired.
When we say complete bolt in, you will need the get new mounts (from other b series cars like integras is fine, normally they come with the swap.) Also, you will need a new tranny if you go with options 1-8 (also 99% of the time, comes with the swap) ECU normally has to be modifyed or changed. Wiring for VTEC normally is not that hard but if you have a civic VX, si, ex, or del sol SI, you dont really have to worry about this
sorry guys.Its a non-vetec civic cx,explains why I whant to do a motor swap.Thank you for the info.Alot of people where saying that I needed to buy mounts from Hasport.But you guys are saying that I can take the motor mounts from the car that the motor comes from.what motor comes in a 99 civic si.