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There's a Del Sol Y7 longblock for sale that I want to get to replace the Y7 in my Civic LX, but I'm a little hesitant because several minor things don't match up.

The crank and piston part numbers are the same, but Honda only lists the Civic longblock for Civic applications. I can't even find a part number for the Del Sol long block.

I just need the internals to be the same as to not upset the stock ECU for emissions. I will be using all Civic accessories and I know they all bolt up. Just looking for info on the internals.

If anyone has experience with the Del Sol Y7, please let me know. Thanks.
 

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you said it yourself, the pistons are the same.

but a birdie named google tells all with the right tickle
 
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del Sol ECU was different on some models, keep the Civic ECU.

Honda got into some trouble over this emissions issue.
 

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The ECU apart, I don't see why the engine hardware should be different.
Y7 = Y7, surely?
 

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theyre called "civic del sols" for a reason
 

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The two have different p/n's but there is no big difference between them.


Del Sol: 10002-P1Z-A02
Replaces: 10002-P1Z-A01

Civic: 10002-P2E-A05
Replaces: 10002-P2E-A00, 10002-P2E-A03, 10002-P2E-A04, 10002-P2F-A00, 10002-P2F-A01, 10002-P2F-A02, 10002-P2F-A03, 10002-P2F-C00, 10002-P2F-C01, 10002-P2F-C02
 
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