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Old 01 Sep 2007, 06:01 pm
1209pp
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Default 95 Honda Civic CX

Hi all!

I'm planning on doing a swap on my 95 civic CX.It currently has the D15B7
engine(1.5l 16v).The engine is consuming lost of oil and i want to keep the
car(really love it).I dont want to go "big" on the swap and i'm looking for
the best "bolt on engine".My option are very limited where i live.I could
have a D15B VTEC for a good price(JDM).Include:
Jdm motor
Distributor
Complete Intake Manifold
A/C Power Steering Pump
Alternator
All Brackets and Sensors
Wondering it it will just bolt on?
I know there is something in the wiring i have to do for the VTEC.
Also are the parts off the D15B7 will fit on the D15B(ie: starter,water
pump,plugs...)

Thanks in advance for any info/link to help me out.

Long live Honda ;-))


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Old 03 Sep 2007, 08:51 am
jim beam
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Default Re: 95 Honda Civic CX

1209pp wrote:
> Hi all!
>
> I'm planning on doing a swap on my 95 civic CX.It currently has the D15B7
> engine(1.5l 16v).The engine is consuming lost of oil and i want to keep the
> car(really love it).I dont want to go "big" on the swap and i'm looking for
> the best "bolt on engine".My option are very limited where i live.I could
> have a D15B VTEC for a good price(JDM).Include:
> Jdm motor
> Distributor
> Complete Intake Manifold
> A/C Power Steering Pump
> Alternator
> All Brackets and Sensors
> Wondering it it will just bolt on?
> I know there is something in the wiring i have to do for the VTEC.
> Also are the parts off the D15B7 will fit on the D15B(ie: starter,water
> pump,plugs...)
>
> Thanks in advance for any info/link to help me out.
>
> Long live Honda ;-))
>
>


it's bolt-in. there's a billion websites out there that cover this.
google for 'honda hybrid' and you'll see.
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Old 04 Sep 2007, 01:28 pm
z
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Default Re: 95 Honda Civic CX

On Sep 1, 7:01 pm, "1209pp" <n...@reply.thx> wrote:
> Hi all!
>
> I'm planning on doing a swap on my 95 civic CX.It currently has the D15B7
> engine(1.5l 16v).The engine is consuming lost of oil and i want to keep the
> car(really love it).I dont want to go "big" on the swap and i'm looking for
> the best "bolt on engine".My option are very limited where i live.I could
> have a D15B VTEC for a good price(JDM).Include:
> Jdm motor
> Distributor
> Complete Intake Manifold
> A/C Power Steering Pump
> Alternator
> All Brackets and Sensors
> Wondering it it will just bolt on?
> I know there is something in the wiring i have to do for the VTEC.
> Also are the parts off the D15B7 will fit on the D15B(ie: starter,water
> pump,plugs...)
>
> Thanks in advance for any info/link to help me out.
>
> Long live Honda ;-))


Yeah, the D series are the same dimensionally. I notice you didn't
list the computer (ecu) though; you will definitely need the VTEC
computer to run the VTEC engine. You're right, you do have to run an
extra wire between the engine and the computer to work the VTEC
solenoid; like the guy said, it's documented all over the place.

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