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Old 02-22-2002, 12:34 AM   #16
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Actualy you are both wrong, the gear ratios have nothing to do with the engine, but are dependant on the g/box.

The SiR Civics and CRX's came with a Y1 which had the tallest gearing, and top speed at 8,100rpm in 5th of 241kph.

The Xsi Integra had the S1 with the shortest over all gearing, including a very short diff ratio, so the top speed is a bit less.

The Rsi Integra had a YS1 which has very close and short 1st - 4th gears, but the same 5th and diff ratio as the Y1.

The S1 is best left in a rubbish bin, the Y1 is best for an everyday street car, and the YS1 is best for a race car.







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Old 02-22-2002, 02:10 AM   #17
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Actualy you are both wrong, the gear ratios have nothing to do with the engine, but are dependant on the g/box.
I don't remember saying that the gear ratios were dependent on the engine :finger:

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The SiR Civics and CRX's came with a Y1 which had the tallest gearing, and top speed at 8,100rpm in 5th of 241kph.

The Xsi Integra had the S1 with the shortest over all gearing, including a very short diff ratio, so the top speed is a bit less.

The Rsi Integra had a YS1 which has very close and short 1st - 4th gears, but the same 5th and diff ratio as the Y1.
Smartarse - you said what I was trying to say... that the SiR gearbox has the best setup... and I'm still right about the LSD

Just for that, I'm not going to take the pics of a triumph workshop I found for you. I'm selling myself on a stag as a touring car for getting interstate so that the SiR stops getting stone damage

Suffice to say, a TR6, 2 stags (one black, one burgandy) and a few 2500S and TCs in the driveway
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Old 02-24-2002, 01:52 AM   #18
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Your buying a stag! MATE!!! :ylsuper :ylsuper

As for pics of a Triumph work shop? Well ok. But Iv seen a workshop with a much better collection of Triumphs in it than that. :d
But they were Aucklands only Triumph specialists.
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Lol... this was just a small shop. Either a Stag or a 2500s, but I'm kind of sold on the stag. I have just about given up hope of finding a 1G Civic... besides, I have a reliable car, I might as well get a Triumph

Although I have this secret idea of dropping a Jap Turbo into a Trumpe
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so...

so if i want to swap a b16 in my accord, which one should i go with?they are all the same size, and require the same engine mounts no matter which one you get right? how can i order a specific one, and where could i go to get it?
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Old 05-11-2002, 07:27 PM   #22
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This is a bit of a late reply, but since its going into an early model Accord then the 1st gen B16a from Japan would be the easyist, since there would be less wiring required to the run the OBD 0 ECU.

However the later engines with the extra 10hp would be benficial for your heavier car, but would require hooking up extra O2 sensors etc to run the later OBD I or OBD II ECU's
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mee too me tooo...i dun even know what engine i have or what fits in it....i've got a stock '92 honda accord ex. how can i tell what motor i have? and what would be the best engine to put there?
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you have to look at the transmission case....there's a stamp on it that has the engine code for you car.....and for 92 accords....i have no clue wat kind of engines are good....maybe an h22
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Moppie. I may have read it wrong, but I think you also forgot to mention that auto B16a's are common in the EG civics, especially the 4door EG9.

By the way, where east of Auckland are ya?? I'm in Napier
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Moppie. I may have read it wrong, but I think you also forgot to mention that auto B16a's are common in the EG civics, especially the 4door EG9.

By the way, where east of Auckland are ya?? I'm in Napier
Yeah, there must be more Automatic EG and EK SiRs in NZ than there are manuals. Im just glad there was never an Automatic EF9. (but there was an Auto 2g Xsi integra in 92)


and Im only about 40mins east of Auckland. Certinaly not quite as far away as you.
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and Im only about 40mins east of Auckland. Certinaly not quite as far away as you.
And What??! :smoker:
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b16 a difference

there are differenent ways of telling a b16a1 and a b16sir2 apart one is that the dohc vtec on the valve cover the vtec is bigger than the honda
another is the grey engine plugs another is the motor stamp u will only see B16a on any jdm si u wont see a 2 or 3 next to it another is the 02 sensor is 4 wire not 2 wire ok thats just some ways of figuring it out but i didnt Know about ur way my motor serial # is B16a
55bla bla bla i dont Know the rest does this mean mine is 160 or 170
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FINALLY I FOUND A GREAT INFORMATION!!!

I got a JDM-B16A 5 series Engine Swap, With a Y21 Gearbox, into muy 94 Integra, i love my engine, i found some information on the web and it says that the JDM-B16A 5 Series Version has 170HP Stock.

If anyone want help or information, i can help a little bit!! :smoker:
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