to answer your question is has endless possibiltys but i would say the best is h22a prelude engine
You can only swap an engine of a Civic Hatchback with an engine of a newer car. Its only legal to swap in engines of the same or newer OBD series. So the Civic engine you swap with has to be a 94 or newer but any of those engines will fit.
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 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.
It's possible to swap in a B20 series motor from a 3rd gen Prelude to a 5th gen Civic. However, it would be more practical (and easier to swap in) a D-series motor which there are multiple variants for the Civic between the late '80s into the '90s.
Yes of course you can, but it isn't easy doing such a swap.
I am in Nevada and the law here is that to swap an engine, say for your 1993 you can swap any engine in as long as it is a (same model year or newer) 1993 or newer engine. hope this helps
It will probably be more work than it's worth. The computers aren't compatable.
1 word my negro, b17, it is a engine out of a 1991-1993 integra gsr makes 160 ponies which is atleast 45 more than your making stock
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.
To swap a larger b18b1 engine into a 1994 Honda Civic the appropriate supplies must be bought and installed. The car will need axles, a wire harness, computer, transmission, and custom motor mounts.
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.
Nothing, go buy a Chevy and put a Corvette engine in it.
A GSR engine swap is legal in the state of California as long as it conforms to the state emissions. The also needs to be domestic and not an import.
its not that hard but it depends what engine ur puttin in. ANY D-Series engine will drop right in a 92-95
I replaced the motor in my 1993 G20 with a motor from a Nissan Sentra from Japan.
usually yes but you need to now if the del sol engine is a dohc or a sohc
check the codes and see what comes up, that'd be where i start...
The short answer is "Yes". However, the swap in question is not an easy one for many backyard mechanics. In order to make the swap happen you will need aftermarket motor mounts, modified axles, a modified wiring harness, a pedal swap, a new center console (to make the shifter look right,) and an upgrade from OBD0 to OBD1.Depending on the trim level of your 1991 Civic, you can swap motors from the same generation Civic (1988-1991) for not only a power increase, but a cheaper and easier swap. So if you have an LX, you could source a D16A6 engine from a Civic SI for a considerable power improvement, and all you will need is the motor and preferably the Engine Control Unit (ECU).The automatic-to-manual swap will require a set of pedals from a 1988-1991 Civic, a manual transmission for the motor you have or want to use with shift linkage, all clutch components with lines and cylinder(s), and an ECU designed for both your motor and transmission.
Yes and No. The motor itself will fit as long as it is the same series of motor. Any D series motor is interchangeable. The Problem you will run into with a 98-93 swap is the computer system interchange. A 93 civic is running Obd1 and a 98 civic is Obd2. If u are changing the type of motor from say D series to B series i would refer to a forum that has a walk through to swap, or at least a list of parts you will need to buy for the swap. a good resource is honda-tech.com the motor itself is interchangeable, and most of the sensors... if you have old motor swap everything over so it will just bolt right in..
If the engines are the same or are out of the same trim level an easy way to check this is an engine code will be stamped into the bottom of the block if they match its a sure fit, for example D15A2 its a commonly used engine between 84-87 which is a third generation civic. If the engine code matches it will fit right into place and just swap out any other parts needed from the 86 to the 87.