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Old 27 Dec 2010, 04:46 pm
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Default How much modification for D15 A1 to go into 95 civic?

How much modification would it be to fit a d15 a1 dohc that i am told came out of an integra.. to fit into a 95 honda civic hatch?
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Old 27 Dec 2010, 05:01 pm
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Fist off you are going to be hard pressed to ever fit a DOHC D motor into anything because it doesnt exist. But if that was a typo and you ment a B16 A1, New motormounts axles engine harness ECU and it is a well documented swap and rather straight forward. Ok let me clearify my answer. THe D15A1 sohc engine was produced in 1985 for the CRX. It was carburated and some where EFI supposably. So right now there is not possible way it came out of a Teg' unless it was swapped in for some silly reason. SO the problems you would run into would be first no EFI little power, and why theh hell would you want to downgrade. Look on the engine block under the valve cover next to the power steering pump there will be a stamp D, B, F, K, H etc... that will tell you what motor it is. But if it is a D15A1 I gauren damn tee it did NOT come out of a Integra FOr it to have came out of a Integra it would be a D16 they where all DOHC. D motors where availble in DOHC starting with the D16A1 starting in like 86. But you would also not want to swap that in its OBD0 You need someting from 92-95 so it will be OBD1 But it will still need to be an A series enigne. AKA D16A1 D16A2, when they went to the D16B is returned back to SOHC. And swapping a D for a D is like shooting something already dead. POINTLESS.
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Old 27 Dec 2010, 05:31 pm
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note: The DOHC engine commonly referred to as the ZC is a D series motor.































If you meant the D16A1 then yes, that too is a DOHC engine. This motor may bolt directly into your car but I've never seen it done. Most of the time I see people swapping that motor into 88-90s Civics and Crx's. I actually recommend avoiding both those engines and finding a B16 if possible.































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