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Old 10-11-2005, 12:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
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How can I positively identify the year of a DOHC ZC Engine?

Based on the range of years, respectively what are the engine mounting difficulties/solutions I will encounter when putting it a 92-95 EG civic sedan?

Does it make a difference in mounting if this engine came from an Integra?

Or simply put, what year ZC DOHC engines can fit easily or bolt right up to a 92-95 civic sedan?

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Much ThanX

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The year is located on the exaust manifold side of side of the block
above the exaust ports...

its two numbers

example 88 or 89

its kinda hard to see......definittly got to clean with a rag and cleaner to see it....

its or the driver's side's half.....above #1 or #2 exaust ports ( 2 furthest away from the dizzy and tranny
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Thanks much GItegZC. I might just go OBD1 instead of the OBD0. Which one have the stronger rods?
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the rods are the same exact part............

obd1 is better for simplisity and tuning programs
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