It depends, earlier model integras had the 1.6 zc motor. If it happens to be a zc you have no worries on making the motor fit. it will bolt onto a d series tranny as well.If you are lookign to swap a b series motor however (b16/b18 etc.) you run into a slightly more complicated situation. You will need many new parts suck as motor and tranny mounts,integra axles 91 or up i believe. new b series shift linkage, b series tranny , wiring harness, throttle cable,new ecu computer ans so on and so fourth.A Zc enigne swap is more efficient if you are looking for a bit more power to your car, it will save you money because you will not have to buy new parts such as the ones i have listed. Whatever route you take good luck with your swap.
This question makes no sense. Are you asking about an engine swap? Transmission swap?
locate a LX-i engine for it
no 84 and 85 swap out.
The B20a engine available in a CR-V can be transferred into a Honda Civic. The Civic will require special mounts, harness, and computer to accommodate the larger engine.
i wouldn't swap it, the 87 is carbureated and the prelude is fuel injected, just put the same engine in. the 87 accord engine has less hp .
With the stock Civic engine, no. If you swap the Accord engine in, yes. The swap involves notching or bashing in your frame rails or machining the crank pulley and a myriad of other things however. No
the 1991 Honda crx hf has the 1.5 liter motor unless a swap has been done
A 1997 Honda Civic has a lightweight frame and it's chassis allows for the easy swap of a B-series engine. Any VTEC powered B-series will add a large boost of power and drive ability.
i have no diea what you mean i need to know the series of the engine that's in the car and i can help you from there
if its a 1.6 its a d16
You need to specify what 1990 Acura are you swapping an NSX motor into.
Yes. The exhaust is different, and you'll need a bigger radiator.
Yes. The engine can be replaced with a different type, usually with better performance.
If you are asking what it is its a nonvtec single cam engine with a vtec single cam head on top of the block
Yes it is, There is no difference in the 2 engines.
ya for sure, any B18 engine can fit in an integra. I don't know why you would want to swap in a slower engine tho... The GSR engine is a B18c which comes with VTEC pulling out about 178 hp @ 7600 rpm and a GS/LS/RS usually come with a B18b Non VTEC pulling out about 142 hp @ 6300 rpm.
Nothing, go buy a Chevy and put a Corvette engine in it.
You can if the year of the 454 is between the years of 1988 to 1995
One of the harder swaps I've seen done in a Prelude. Much custom work that has to be done, should not be your first experience with building a car.
you want a v6 or v8 buy a muscle car. look up B16 swaps there fairly cheap and reliable.
No. Stick with Honda.
If the cubic inch is the same the motors should swap out ok. You will have to change some parts but most Chevy motors will swap.
Yes. It will fit. If you stay around the year 92-95 engine and car models you don't have to change much with your wiring harness which is OBD1. And 96 - and up year models are obd2. And since your car is OBD1 and ( For Ex. ) want to use a 96 - and up engine models then you would need a conversion harness or just swap out the whole wiring harness. But using a conversion harness saves more time and is way easier.