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Old 12-04-2002, 11:45 PM   #1
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Question ZC or not?????

Please help!!!

I recently bought a used motor and transmission that claims to have only 50 000 km and also claims to come straight out of Japan. when I recieved the motor, the stamp on the block says ZC 5705699, however it came with 2 carbeurators (not fuel injected), and it also only has 1 camshaft (not the dohc that the zc should have). So my question is, is there such thing as a ZC block that is carbeurated?? and also is there such thing as a ZC block with a single camshaft?? and last and also most important, WHAT SIZE AND TYPE OF ENGINE DID I BUY?? If it is any help I only paid approx. 1200 canadian dollars for both the engine and the transmission, and the transmission I got is stamped L3 1648642. I will be combineing this new engine with the fuel injection sytem from my d16a6 engine will this cause any problems.

Sorry if this doesn't make alot of sense, I am new to the tuning world, and do not know much about the japanese market. Any help anyone can offer will be greatly appreciated!!

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Old 12-09-2002, 12:08 PM   #2
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Basically you got the same motor that you have in your car, they make the ZC-SOHC, ZC DOHC for Civic/CRX, also ZC-DOHC brown and black valve covers for Integra 86-89, also ZC-SOHC for 92-up Civics, so you got the same thing you already had, but the transmission try you axles first before putting it on, they might not fit.
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