Honda Civic CX

What Honda motors will mount straight into a 1992 Civic CX without motor mount changes?

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No. The motors are different, the 2000 Honda Civic uses D16 motors and the 2001 Honda Civics use D16 Motors.


If your Civic is a CX or DX the engine is a 1.5L


yes, the motors are interchangeable.


the most powerful stock engine to ever come stock in a civic was probably the civic type r engine, but that was only available in the European market. however, many people swap in ITR motors, H22's, and JDM SiR motors for more power.


No it will not. 2001 and up Civics use entirely different motors.


It should, there were no significant changes made to the dimensions of the 2007 civic.


The answer is no because the civic was redesigned in 2001 and also the trans also changes too.


NO, they have two completely different motors.


The coolant sensor is also the temperature sensor, it can be found on the head under the distributor for 1.5 liter Civic motors prior to 1992.



5w-30 recommended but 10w-30 is straight



Any Honda is a good car. Good motors, good mileage.


No, they have different motors, so the tranny's will not interchange.


It will bolt right into the engine bay without a problem.


There were two motors that could be in that year and model, either the 1.5 liter or the 1.6 liter.


The Civic in 1998, as well as all other years it is available from is/was produced by the Honda Motor Corporation. It was first introduced in 1972 and continues to be one of Honda Motors flagship models.


Yes, it will fit, as they are both D-series motors. However the 95 Civic has a hydraulic clutch, and the 90 crx is just a cable clutch. Also, the 90 CRX motor is OBD0 and the 95 Civic is OBD1.


I just bought an '04 Civic EX in Feb. and it has a belt.Im not sure when they switched over to chain motors, but it was right around this time...maybe 2005+ models.


No it is not b16a is the civic si motor there is two type R motors B16b came it 96-2000 civic hatch (EK9) and the b18c5 Found it the Acura integra Type R


The 1991 Honda Civic featured changes over the previous models such as increased dimensions and a lower hood line. You can get more information about this at the Wikipedia. Once on the page, type "Honda Civic" into the search field at the top of the page and press enter to bring up the information.


No, only an Honda Civic engine will bolt up without major modifications.


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everything from a d16z to a k20. depends on how much money you want to spend


yea you can. im pretty sure the biggest you can go on a civic without rubbing is 17x7.5



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