You are using an out of date browser. It may not display this or other websites correctly. You should upgrade or use an alternative browser. I couldn't find my exact answer so I thought i'd make a thread. Every swap I've done so far has been obd2, so obd1 will be new to me. I already know that there is no knock sensor. I'm pretty sure the evap purge soleniod's are different on obdII and I intake manifolds.
Parts Needed for B series swap into EF/EG/EK.
Just the driver-side top mount and the passenger side top tranny mount? Or do I need the rear mount that mounts near the firewall too? The alternators are different.b series engine swap (step by step)
But I still haven't found out about the wiring harnesses. Anybody know if I can re-use my obd2a harness? I'm pretty sure I can disable vtec in crome-pro. I was more considered about if i had to do some major hacking extending clips and whatnot. Click to expand You may also want to use your front bottom mounts off the same car somebody once told me if you dont the manifold could hit your hood, i dont believe it though you can use your harness.
You'll need an obd2a-obd1 conversion harness for that. I told you. Last edited: Aug 11, Post reply. Insert quotes…. Similar threads O. Thanks everyone.Forums New posts Search forums. What's new New posts New profile posts Latest activity. Log in Register. Search titles only. Search Advanced search…. New posts.
Registered OG. We get these threads all day long here on CC so I thought Id make one to rule them all. Last edited: Jun 9, Can't you just use any b series rear mount and axles?
You forgot shift linkage. For B-Series into EK, you need the rear tranny mount and timing belt side block mount off the Si. You can technically use a block mount off a B18a1 into an EK, but it dosent line up perfectly. You can however fit a bolt thru it. You need any Integra or Si shift linkage. You also dont need a new engine harness. Actually, come to think of it, I didnt have to do any extra wiring.
Everything pluged in. Other than that, its pretty straight foward.
92-00 Honda Civic EG/ EK B-series Swap Kit Combo Package 3
Just a FYI.Navigation Home Page Sign up! This information was put together by various members of the community. We provided this information by reference only! So you want to swap out that puny 91 cubic inch weed whacker engine of yours and replace it with a fire-breathing DOHC?
That's cool. But which engine should you go for? The 5th and 6th generation civic owners are lucky in the fact that its bigger brothers were designed very similar to the civic in many ways. This allows the ability to transplant various other engines from other H-cars without too much fuss. In addition you can do more than just swap out the whole engine, you could take a Vtec cylinder head and put it on your existing engine or swap out the whole engine and THEN swap the head on that.
The possibilities are many. To help you wade through this mess, First I'll talk about the different engine choices, and then I'll talk about head swapping choices and its benefits. I'll get into the pros and cons of each to help YOU decide which choice is wise for you according to your courage, budget and power needs.
First off I need to mention a few things. Find out as much info from as many sources as you can find. You should buy the helms manual for the engine you plan to get to get a complete run down of all the technical stuff. AND before I forget, remember that your stock cooling system will most likely need to be upgraded in one way or the other to cool the new bigger engine. And plan on the safe side to be without the car for at least 2 weeks. There are other threads available in the Civic FAQ that could help you with that.
Shift Linkage: These rods connect the shifter knob to the transmission. Axles: Makes sense that you need the axles that fit the transmission. Optional, Performance exhaust: Your stock exhaust, particularly your stock catalytic converter will act as a cork to your newfound power. Replacing it with a high performance exhaust will let the engine breathe at the very least to stock specs. In which taking a trip down to the local muffler shop and making a custom exhaust system would be in order.
Fuel Pump: For some of the larger swaps, particularly the 2. If not get an upgraded aftermarket pump. Two things that are very important that I need to discuss before we get into each engine are the Rod to Stroke ratio and OBD.
The Rod to Stroke ratio: This topic gets very complicated very quickly. The perfect ratio is 1. This is normally not too bad because things are very well lubricated in your engine. Some examples of the sensors are O2 sensors that monitor the air to fuel mixture, the throttle position sensor that senses how open the throttle plate is at any given moment, and intake temperature sensor that monitors the temperature of the intake air. There are currently 3 versions of OBD and each version gets progressively more complex and stricter on the amount flexibility it will allow before taking action to prevent what it sees as a potentially engine damaging situation.
OBD1 started with the 5th generation civic OBD2 continued with the 6th generation and the latest version is OBD3 and can be found on the 7th gen. Si and Ex engine pushing hp rpm and lb. The D16Y8 is the 6th gen.Exhaust modification may be required for header installation. Factory mounts are usually made of thin gauge metal stamped and partially inserted with a rubber material.
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Keep in mind when reading this guide: everyone has opinions and different experiences. The horsepower numbers that we give are not hard rules, but a general guideline. Your mileage may vary, but hopefully we can put your expectations in the right realm of thinking. The biggest draw to a honda powerplant is the wide breadth of customization and build options.
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The first part of any build should start with a general idea or goal of your ultimate outcome. Seeing those numbers should allow you to put an idea in your head of what you can build to. The average streetable horsepower in our experience is in the realm of WHP, anything past HP typically results in nothing but spinning. We've proven it time and time again. A stock sleeve B-Series engine can hold power.
We've made upwards of HP on stock GSR sleeves and made multiple 9 second passes, over dyno passes and never cracked a sleeve. That being said, it should be noted: a stock sleeve B18 over HP is a timebomb. If you are on a budget and want to make the most power, pushing the limit on stock sleeves is not a good idea.
In our experience, we get a lot of phone calls from people asking about a sleeved engines for higher power street cars. While sleeves offer an extremely robust and pretty much bulletproof block, for a street car, we typically err on the side of a CSS Cylinder Support System.
The major benefit being cost. CSS is limited to mm bore, and we recommend running a. If your plan is to mainly be a high power track oriented car that needs to eek out every inch of power on a big bore engines, sleeves take priority. The sleeves are so weak that breakage is never a matter of if, but when. There is no way to reinforce the sleeves adequately to alleviate the breakages, your only option is to sleeve the engine. After sleeving, the engine can hold whatever you throw at it.
On average, B20 sleeves break around HP like clockwork. There are several design differences, but for the average street car, the differences are miniscule. Now it's time to get to the nitty gritty of selecting parts for the engine. We're going to start from the bottom up. When assembling, make sure you check or have your machine shop inspect your journals for the appropriate oversized over undersized bearing. We offer several stages for street to strip. Our Street Kit is our go-to setup for all sub HP cars.
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Honda OEM is the best pump, period. As stated earlier, for a street car we recommend up to HP, because anything past HP typically results in excessive tire spin.
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