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Old 12-14-2005, 04:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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hey im a little bit confused i have a 1st gen crx and every here says ZC1 motor im doing a rebuild and the pistons are PG6B the block are P662 ZC1 and my cam gears have 40 teeth...

so this is a ZC or D16a1 motor?
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40 teeth = D16A1
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why do they put zc everywhere :S lol

thankx for the help
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because a d16a1 is a zc in other countries... and you can but the cam gears on a civic zc and run a 88-89 integra timing belt and it is the exact same...
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because a d16a1 is a zc in other countries... and you can but the cam gears on a civic zc and run a 88-89 integra timing belt and it is the exact same...
Please elaborate your statment about swapping the cam gears. If you try to run the cam gears from a D16A1 on an 88-91 Civic ZC you will be in big trouble. D16A1 = 40 teeth as stated earlier and an 88-91 Civic ZC has 34 teeth on the cam gears. Since cam and crank gears run on a 2:1 ratio explain to me how 40 tooth cam gears will work with a 17 tooth crank gear? JS
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