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fitting a b18c or c1

Old 05-02-2009, 11:27 AM
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i was just told that my local junk yard came in with a B18c or possibly a B18c1 im going there to check it out today . im wondering what i may have to do to fit it in my 1990 crx. ecu, tranny, mounts, etc...
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Old 05-02-2009, 04:39 PM
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i was just told that my local junk yard came in with a B18c or possibly a B18c1 im going there to check it out today . im wondering what i may have to do to fit it in my 1990 crx. ecu, tranny, mounts, etc...
no it cant be done the inverted crank tube doesnt allow either or those to fit in the crx chassis without modification of the ecentric rotating assembely to be able to mate with the nonintersecting axleshaft. you have to get a crx hf yaw controller to be able to do any of this and those are virtually nowhere every one used them up or they went to honda heaven. what you could do is get a f20b block and put the b18c pistons in it with the b18c lateral shafts. and bolt the b18c head up to it using the high motion rotating rocker arms from the f20b. also you need the motor mounts from a 1989 honda city (jdm) i know thats alot to read but i hope it helps
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