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Old 24 Nov 2011, 07:31 pm
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Default civic motor swap, motor sizes.?

will a 95 civic EX vtec 4 cylinder fit into my 93 civic 1.5L EX? both auto.
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Old 24 Nov 2011, 07:46 pm
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yes all honda motors fir in all hondas basically
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Old 24 Nov 2011, 08:02 pm
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Absolutely. There should not be any modification needed to swap these out except for a VTEC engine wiring harness and engine computer. The transmissions will bolt up the same too and both motors have the same engine mounts. However, if you are doing this for a power increase and not as a must needed engine replacement, then I would advise you not to spend the amount of time and labor in order to get 10 more horsepower for a VTEC engine. You will not be happy with the difference after spending the money youre talking about. Not to mention the time and labor.































--- and any motor can fit in any car, if you have enough money. However, if you decided to stick a v6 or for that matter any different engine other than a civic motor, it will require extensive and money hungry repairs. Changing these motors are much easier than swapping with an engine that does not already come standard in the vehicle.































ps.. what I am assuming is that both of these are coming from the same model (coupe, sedan or hatch) otherwise, if not the same, engine mounting locations will be different.
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Old 24 Nov 2011, 08:16 pm
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Put a 5.0 V-8 in it.
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Default Re: civic motor swap, motor sizes.?

hey man i was just wondering i have plug on/ near the fuel rail that isn't plugged in and also i have no plug for the sensor on the top left part of the intake manifold. My car doesnt idle, and if it does it is at like 300 rpm, do you know anything that i need to do? please let me know thanks.
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