It has been said that the z6 head flows better than the y8 head at high rpm. If you really want to use a hydro tranny or have one laying around get Hasport's mount kit for hydro trannies. This article applies to the Honda Civic 1992-2000. If you get customs ones ask the manufacturer of the axles which intermediate shaft you should use. We sell the back-side harness separately only over the phone for previous engine harness customers. There are kits available to use the hydro trannies in cable cars. Then you need to get a D series cable tranny.
It is a lot easier than it looks or sounds. If you cant solder I think you should put off this wiring job until you can or get one of your soldering friends to do it. They have the tall intake manifold and no knock sensor on the back of the block. Pull old motor out, wire for multi-point and slide the new motor in. There are kits available to use the hydro trannies in cable cars.
. Check out their site www. Simply connect a toggle switch between the blue wire and orange wire, then toggle the switch to flash check engine light codes on your dash. Several applications are available so get yours to make sure your K-swap is wired up right! The b17 cams are also better than the 88-97 b16 cams. People often swap motors into their 90-91 integras so they have these pretty-much-complete swaps just laying around. The main harness runs over the valve cover and even hides the injector plugs, which come up from under the manifold.
The A6 distributor bolts right up with no modification so there is less ghettoness with this swap than with the z6. I usually like to run this wire into the pass side engine-to-car plug big white one then do the other side when I do the interior wiring. For info: Search on www. The other path is to sell the hydro tranny which go for quite a bit more than cable trannies and buy a B16 cable tranny. Engine: mini-me Displacement: ~1493 - ~1590cc Compression Ratio:? The tranny problem: Your car uses a Cable actuated clutch. I like to do all the engine harness stuff first so thats how I'm gonna write it. Cut out the old plug, strip the wires, solder them to the new connector, and heat-shrink the connection.
This article explain how to do so. If you dont have any harnesses floating around then a junkyard will definately have one that you can pull plugs from. Can save you about 2 hrs worth of painful wiring and looks super clean. Each wire harness and plug sends power to its corresponding components of the engine. Other than the wiring it is the same as above. This article applies to the Honda Accord 1990-2002.
Separate power wire is available for other chassis and those that prefer to run their own charge wiring. There is a oil to water cooler on the back of the block. I have also read that the tranny doesn't bolt up to any other D-Series motors. Check out their site www. This will be covered on a case by case basis in the motor portion of this guide.
I have included all of the popular engine swap choices and hopefully this helps someone. So this guide is here to help you decide how you want to make faster without the aid of forced induction well, you can go that route too but its not covered. You are going to need your stock harness, or another ef harness in any case. This is of course not as good as dyno tuning but it helps. This article applies to the Honda Accord 1990-2002.
All heavy interference circuits are protected and grounded with proper wire covering. It sucks but you pretty much need the clearance for the axles. The other path is to sell the hydro tranny which go for quite a bit more than cable trannies and buy a B16 cable tranny. Saves you about 2 hrs worth of painful wiring and looks super clean. The A6 dist fits on the head but you can only secure it with 2 of the 3 bolts. The easier path is to sell the hydro tranny which go for quite a bit more than cable trannies and buy a B16 cable tranny.
Your car comes stock with a d-series engine. It is happy going fast anywhere above 3k and putts around town with no problem at 1500-3k. Our Budget D-series and B-series compatible wire-tuck engine harness is nearly identical to our Mil-spec engine harness line with the primary difference being, the single black wire color and expandable loom used. This conversion will make your 96-00 Civic compatible with a B-Series or H-Series engine. Plug used for the reverse switch. Please look through them carefully to make sure you get the right parts! Here it will be explained how to properly rewire your Honda Civic's power windows, door locks, and mirrors.