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Old 27 Dec 2008, 06:01 pm
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Default Does a B18C engine fit into a 1993 Integra?

i have a B16A1 sitting in my car now..... but i want to give it a younger better engine..... and was looking at the B18C. anyone know if it'll sit right in .... or would i need to use the right parts to MacGyver my car??contacted the guy on the engine... since i didnt know where it came from and it is from a civic.....anywho the engine im looking at is coming with B18C 96-97 (TypeR) Motor- Motor - LSD Hydraulic Tranny (S80) - ECU (P73) - Alternator - Starter - Clutch - Flywheel - Intake Manifold - Exhaust Manifold - Fuel Rail - Injectors - Distributor - Engine Harness - Comes With All Sensors Needed or so the place is claiming. and no need for the rude comment Halo B3 . i just want to be sure.... rather then coming to find out it dont fit..... >.>
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Old 27 Dec 2008, 06:16 pm
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being as the cable-to-hydro conversion is already completed and vtec lines have been run, everything should be plug and play. if you plan on using an obd2 swap (96+) there are some senors that are essentially ruled out while converting it to obd1, in which you are most likely familiar with considering you stated you have a b16a1 swap which is from a 99-00 civic si..
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Old 27 Dec 2008, 06:31 pm
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The guy above me said a b16a1 is from a 99-00 Si which is WRONG but anyways its a bolt in, you will have to covert the engine to obd1 if the one you get is obd2. If you want to keep your cable transmission you can, i suggest getting a hydrualic one and converting your car to use that.
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Old 27 Dec 2008, 06:46 pm
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DUH! All Honda engine fits all honda cars!!!!http://www.team-integra.net/forum/di...on=1&ForumID=8
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Old 27 Dec 2008, 07:16 pm
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just put a h22a is cheaper + more power + more torque and its just as easy to install ,,,, the b18c does fit
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Old 27 Dec 2008, 07:31 pm
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it will fit any honda or acura. h22 would be better and cost less. pretty satisfied with the h22
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