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On a local board there is a shop that swap d17 in 88-00 civic... with a d16 intake and they convert mostly to obd1 (to disable egr..) but they also run it with obd0 and obd2a/b

the thing is they have to get the camshaft out, make a groove to fit the dizzy... there is already a cap on the head for it. They need to tig the dizzy cause there is no place to mount it.

Sorry its in french, there is more detail (but not a tons) in the second page since the first one is about the intake manifold swap...
http://forum.clubcivicquebec.com/viewtopic.php?t=75681&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=25

I have never seen that... i think its cool :bravo:
 

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that mean... you could just convert you 2001+ civic to obd1... all for the tuning ability, only have to modify the camshaft, install the dizzy, convert to obd1...
 

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I would like to put one of the new honda 1.8 sohc motors in a older civic.
 

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why not just go with the distributor-less ignition system, it would probably be less/the same hassle but better in the end.
 

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I would like to put one of the new honda 1.8 sohc motors in a older civic.
do it damn it i wanna see one done also. my r18 needs more lovin
 

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why not just go with the distributor-less ignition system, it would probably be less/the same hassle but better in the end.
because you can mess with the ecu if you are obd1? thing you can't do with obd2-c
 
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