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B-swap, check my plan before I shoot myself in the foot

Postby grouch » Sat Dec 31, 2016 3:16 pm

Help an old-timer out...

Currently: B18b, y1 tranny, obd-1/Hondata
New setup: B20z, ITR tranny, keep obd-1/Hondata

q1: I'm currently using the SK7 (usdm 90-93 teg) intermediate shaft. I can reuse that, right?

q2: 90-93 non-abs axles still?

q3: I was using a 90-91 teg clutch...still good, or 92-93, or something else?

q4: Not sure what year flywheel is currently in there...can anyone say what should work?

I'm pretty stoked about the new tranny...its a brand new, still in the oem box, never installed type R. "Only" 4.4, but I can certainly live with that.
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Re: B-swap, check my plan before I shoot myself in the foot

Postby Myriad » Sat Dec 31, 2016 6:36 pm

http://winhpde.com/tech/civic/ef-honda/EFB20swap.html

It sucks that the pictures are gone, but the info is still there. It should answer a couple questions.

The 90-91 clutches used a smaller input shaft size. They will not work with bigger shaft on the ITR tranny.
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Re: B-swap, check my plan before I shoot myself in the foot

Postby grouch » Sat Dec 31, 2016 7:19 pm

Thanks...that confirms what I suspected on the clutch. I already ordered a 92-93.

I've seen that article before (and its good info) but they're obd0 and cable tranny. Most of my concerns are around the hydro tranny conversion.
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Re: B-swap, check my plan before I shoot myself in the foot

Postby jfrolang » Sat Dec 31, 2016 10:07 pm

You can re-use your intermediate shaft and axles, but you will need to change the axle seal on the transmission to match that mid-shaft.

92+ clutch as you already know, and all B-series flywheels are interchangeable.
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Re: B-swap, check my plan before I shoot myself in the foot

Postby grouch » Sat Dec 31, 2016 10:48 pm

Ah, there's a name i recognize. This is davens/Ni. Been away awhile.

Thanks for the confirmation...will try the 90-93 int shaft seal.
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Re: B-swap, check my plan before I shoot myself in the foot

Postby grouch » Sat Feb 11, 2017 9:06 pm

Whew. It's in and running...got some potential.
Got some crower cams ordered and dyno time scheduled.

Cosmetics up next.
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