I have a1.6 4 speed running on 3 cylinders tryinto get more horsepower. I aquired a Tranney (L32063371) I was told it gos to a 1990 honda integra 5 speed 1.8? Wana verify that before I buy the motor.
Are wiring harness receivers universal or at
least inter changeable between the integra
and the civic
forget it, modern cars are setup almost uniquely to the management system [ECM] and all wiring and driveline components for that specific car, to modify and do swaps is now a challenge to even a well versed tech.
WHAT? Is this a joke. Trying getting the fourth jug back on line FIRST! 7jimmy7 is right. The electronic interfacing will become a nightmare. My suggestion is you restore it to 4 working cylinders' then add on the obvious hp increasing components such as Cold Air Intakes & Exhausts. One may consider installing a performance chip ...if they actually make one for you car. ...Jim
Already has cold air intake and while it was running on all 4 cylinders still didn't have enough hp for me. There's 0 compression on one of the 4 cylinders. Plan on replacing ecu, wiring harness, motor. If anyone knows the answers to the questions I was asking let me know
Hi Emily ...sorry ...I didn't mean to come off as a smart ass. Perhaps an engine swap is your only choice. But ...I am sure you will find a similar Honda to your liking with a larger engine that would be cheaper & far more convenient than swapping out all of what you have planned. Unless of course you have some personal attachment ...wild paint or body additions that you simply cannot part with ...I suggest you shop for a more powerful car. ...good luck with what rout you take ...Jim
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