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Old 13 Sep 2007, 08:18 am
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Default will a Integra motor fit on a Honda Civic DX?

will a Integra motor fit on a Honda Civic DX?
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Old 13 Sep 2007, 08:28 am
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yes it will definatelly fit!!
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Old 13 Sep 2007, 08:36 am
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The integra motor will fit but you will need the whole thing. (Wiring Harness, Transmision Etc...) There might be a engine mount issue but I doubt it.Good luck and enjoy.
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i dont see why it wouldnt if they share the same chassis. if you have a 92-95 civic everything changes right over. you will need :mountsenginetrannyecuaxleshalfshaftand the wiring harnessthese swaps are fairly easy to do
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Old 13 Sep 2007, 08:44 am
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Short answer yes. How easy it is depends on what year Civic and what year Intgra.
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Old 13 Sep 2007, 08:54 am
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I have read that this is an easy swap that people do in their own garages. It is one of the main reasons why Civics were so popular with hot-rodders in the 90s. It is also the reason why Integras are so expensive to insure - 2.8% of them are stolen and stripped for parts. Make sure you get all the parts from the donor car, as listed in an answer above.
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Yes it can fit but it also depends on the year of your civic. if you have a 88-91 civic, you will need to buy aftermarket motor mounts (Hasport make nice mounts) as the stock mounts will not work with the b-series integra motor. if your civic is from the newer generations 92-2000 the motor will bolt right in.
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engine mounts are differnt but bolt on to the engine fine the clutch cable if one will be differnt a because the gbox lever is different if hydrolic ok the compter and wiring required as if better motor will have differnt sensors eg vtec i hope and watch out for the lsd as there are 3 types of manuls gboxs make sure you have the lsd type as the then the gbox wont blow up like i did i went through 3 gboxs and know how to rebuild them now it is easy
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