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    hi, ive just bought a type R civic motor, gearbox, mounts, ecu, and all the other extras needed for this converision. please dnt ask me how i got this motor because ive been asked a hundred times before just say im a lucky guy

    anyway, ive found out that i need to convert my S1 box to S80, mines cable and the other is hydro, to do this i will have to convert it to hydro.
    any facts i should know?

    I was told the motor should bolt up, since my car is b16a1(160hp), JDM integra xsi 1989, using the civic type R mounts.

    Now the wiring is the hard bit, now my car is OBD0, and is it possible i can convert that to a OBD2 since type R civics use it? or will i have to rewire the car with the civic tpye R loom?
    Also any other points to doing the wiring in the engine bay?

    for questions that have been asked... yes i want to do the whole setup, not just the engine but gearbox, ecu etc

    #2
    Originally posted by neoz
    just say im a lucky guy
    Since you're such a lucky guy, figure out how to use the seach button since all these questions have been asked a million times.

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      #3
      i was told i should just chip my current ECU to suit civic type R, meaning 9000rpm redline, a different fuel mapping to run more gas etc. Is this true?

      also, what do i have to do about the o2 sensors? since my loom and computer will be OBD0, what do I about the sensors?

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        #4
        Originally posted by neoz
        i was told i should just chip my current ECU to suit civic type R, meaning 9000rpm redline, a different fuel mapping to run more gas etc. Is this true?

        also, what do i have to do about the o2 sensors? since my loom and computer will be OBD0, what do I about the sensors?
        Yes you can just chip ur ecu, and use ur existing o2 sensor and distributor.... Also not to pour cold water on your project, more like a heads up. My friend put the b16b on his 96 Civic with the s80 +LSD tranny. Wasn't that quick at all, took him out easy with an Ls/Vtec.

        1 last thing.....

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          #5
          lol yep ive searched quite a bit, posted in other other forums too.
          was wondering if people had a different way of doing things here.

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            #6
            ive posted it in the nzhondas forum, anyway. thanks for that riceman

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