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Old 08-08-2011, 08:35 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Question My Project Turbo D15y4

hey fellow members i will be attempting
my 1st ever project build, it will be slow very slow as i am in Jamaica and the availablilty and time to get parts is a pain in the .....

OBD-II so i will be trying to get the AEM FIC EMS (Most Affordable option i have seen so far)

Engine
D15y4 taken from my 2002 Civic Vti (Singapore version)
now i have been googling and searchin threads like crazy and havent found any specifics on this engine.... So I am goin to need some help so pls no flamin

Can any1 provide the specs on the followin
Bore and Stroke
Rod Length
ECU Code
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Which con rod upgrade wld be recommended
if 75 Vitaras r bein used
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things acquired so far
02 Evo Turbo
02 Evo 560cc Injectors
HKS BOV

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d15y4?
I have spec for a d16y4
D16Y4

Found in:
1998–2000 Civic 1.6 iES (Turkey)
1996–2000 Civic CXi,GL,GLi (New Zealand,Australia)
Displacement : 1,590 cc
Bore and Stroke : 75 mm 90 mm (3.0 in 3.5 in)
Compression : 9.4:1
Power : 120 hp (88.0 kW) @ 6400 rpm
Torque : 144 nm / 5000rpm
Redline : 6800 rpm
Rev-limiter: 7200 rpm
Fuel Control : OBD-2 MPFI
Head Code : P2A-2
ECU Code : P2K
Rod /Stroke Ratio : 1.52
Rod Length : 152 mm
Deck Height : 212

taken from wikipedia Honda_D_engine

and aem fic ftw its what ill be using. Best thing for obd2 car



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http://autoban.com.ru:8080/manual/CivHtml/2-27.htm

bore and stroke
75 x 84.5 mm (2.95 x 3.33 in.)

displacement
1,493 cm3 (91 cu in.)

compression ratio
9.9
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d15y4?
I have spec for a d16y4
D16Y4

Found in:
1998–2000 Civic 1.6 iES (Turkey)
1996–2000 Civic CXi,GL,GLi (New Zealand,Australia)
Displacement : 1,590 cc
Bore and Stroke : 75 mm 90 mm (3.0 in 3.5 in)
Compression : 9.4:1
Power : 120 hp (88.0 kW) @ 6400 rpm
Torque : 144 nm / 5000rpm
Redline : 6800 rpm
Rev-limiter: 7200 rpm
Fuel Control : OBD-2 MPFI
Head Code : P2A-2
ECU Code : P2K
Rod /Stroke Ratio : 1.52
Rod Length : 152 mm
Deck Height : 212

taken from wikipedia Honda_D_engine

and aem fic ftw its what ill be using. Best thing for obd2 car
Yep D15y4...... I will take a pic of the block a post it ASAP.....

trust me i read all of the info on wiki for the D
only thing i see comin close is a d15y3
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Also is is closed or open deck block

As i would also be considerin sleevin

This project will be a long term build

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idk if you caught my edit but i found a link to some information on the d15y4. All i can see is good luck with finding parts. Hopefully there will be a motor that has the same specs

http://autoban.com.ru:8080/manual/CivHtml/2-27.htm

bore and stroke
75 x 84.5 mm (2.95 x 3.33 in.)

displacement
1,493 cm3 (91 cu in.)

compression ratio
9.9
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idk if you caught my edit but i found a link to some information on the d15y4. All i can see is good luck with finding parts. Hopefully there will be a motor that has the same specs

http://autoban.com.ru:8080/manual/CivHtml/2-27.htm

bore and stroke
75 x 84.5 mm (2.95 x 3.33 in.)

displacement
1,493 cm3 (91 cu in.)

compression ratio
9.9
thanks bro..........

email some suppliers now on some items
Con rods
Cams
Intake manifolds
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Ok so got some responses from some distributors and price or slightly out of range at this moment,



So based on my engine specifics does any1 no of any forged rods in the $300-400 range that can work with with the 75MM Vitara pistons......

Also what specific part # for ARP head studs are available for the D15

Again pls no flamin, i'm askin these questions as much persons seem to have not heard of the the D15y4 at all

Stock info D15y4
bore and stroke
75 x 84.5 mm (2.95 x 3.33 in.)

displacement
1,493 cm3 (91 cu in.)

compression ratio
9.9
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No plans on getting another motor with much easier parts to find?
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dont get stuck with your specific engine code, since you plan changing internals

its a usual d15. almost confident it has 42mm rod journals crank, since it is obd2

what`s the head code? it`s located on the exhaust side and starting with "P". P2A for example.

ps. where are the promissed pics?)
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No plans on getting another motor with much easier parts to find?
thinkin of jus gettin a D15B bottom end.......

Then hopefully some1 has a used set of FJ con rod and vitara pistons F.S.


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dont get stuck with your specific engine code, since you plan changing internals

its a usual d15. almost confident it has 42mm rod journals crank, since it is obd2

what`s the head code? it`s located on the exhaust side and starting with "P". P2A for example.

ps. where are the promissed pics?)
workin on pics as promised

usin a camera phone... and tryin to locate the USB cable......
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Ok did some searchin for a gearbox and a seller responded with this:
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code pl3-9000
2 groove
21 spline
ratios ..
1st 3.250 , 2nd 1.894, 3rd 1.259, 4th 0.937, 5th 0.771
Final Drive 4.250

edit: He also stated that this trans comes in the 90-91 crx si
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I read some threads here and they say to check for a LSD i shld look thru the axle hole to see if a pin is there....
If none it has an LSD.. are there any other ways to check for an LSD
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would this bolt up to the D15y4
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Does it make sense goin with cable or i shld still try to locate a hyro gearbox
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Again thanks for the advice
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Waitin on a digital camera to use to take pics of the engine block and head

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I would really just geta z6 transmission and call it a day. Also don't convert to cable. My friend had a 91 teg and the cable trans gave him so much problems.
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I would really just geta z6 transmission and call it a day. Also don't convert to cable. My friend had a 91 teg and the cable trans gave him so much problems.
Thanks for the advice.....
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finall got some pics ...
hope they are clear enuff

engine


engine head code (i think)

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another set of #s i see on the head


better pic of codes it read PLC-3
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Now my question is

are the D15b and the D15y4 similiar motors
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Now my question is

are the D15b and the D15y4 similiar motors
Should be but not sure. The motor u posted seems to be a obd2 since it has coil on plugs. But most d motors are all very similiar. So its a hard call. But the y4 u have does remind me of the d17 n the 7th gen civics.

As far as parts go. Idk what will be interchangeable.
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Should be but not sure. The motor u posted seems to be a obd2 since it has coil on plugs. But most d motors are all very similiar. So its a hard call. But the y4 u have does remind me of the d17 n the 7th gen civics.

As far as parts go. Idk what will be interchangeable.
Ok thanks buddy....
In gonna gamble and try a build it.. The only limiting factor I see is locating con rod...
So I'm go for a set frm FJ r go-auto
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dont get stuck with your specific engine code, since you plan changing internals

its a usual d15. almost confident it has 42mm rod journals crank, since it is obd2

what`s the head code? it`s located on the exhaust side and starting with "P". P2A for example.

ps. where are the promissed pics?)
i see PLC-3
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likkle update

replacing missing/broken/stolen parts
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Bent Axle- Replaced
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Broken Ac compressor still sourcing
most auto parts place in Jamaica have them for too much
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Stolen Primary O2 Sensor

need help with wire colors
Is it the 1 with
1 Green
2 White
1 Black
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