92-95 civic engine swap

Asked by Jul 29, 2008 at 12:12 AM about the Honda Civic

Question type: Car Customization

what do i need to make a b18b swap into my 92-95 civic work?

6 Answers

46,105

Check out some of the Honda tuner forums, they have good info there.

135

i second that. altho good choice on the swap. the b18 is a good motor and is a very popular swap. im sure the honda forums will have information for you.

70

is it a full motor swap, motor trans everything.if so ull need engine mounts might have to remove a rad fan and get a shorty rad,and just a few lil things.

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70

r u doin it ur self?

yup i plan on doing it myself

70

u need new lines and stuff.b20vtec.com they have a whole list of steps

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