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Heya. Just picked up this 92 VX the other day. Sort of new to engine swaps (my last EG was stock), and someone mentioned this might be a mini-me? Bottom end is d15b2. How can I tell what the head is? Thanks, am new to this.

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B15B2 blocks never existed.
 

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There should be a small code right above or below the headers. For example, my TSX’s cylinder head is an R40. My old EG had a PM3 (I think?)
 

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see that shot glass looking thing under the valve cover breather? thats a vtec solenoid. search where to find a head code and see what head you have.
 

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Thanks, took a look at it. It’s a P08-3 head from a 93 EX D16Z6. Nice..

taking a look at the solenoid I see some wires coming off it. Which makes me think the owner tried to wire it for vTEC? When I’m driving it def doesn’t engage, only get a cel that stays on until I shut off the car.

what should I do next to troubleshoot the vTEC not engaging? I’ll check the ECU to see if it’s properly wired up and check and see if I have the right ecu
Thanks for the info everyone
 

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Hello.
Have you figured out your issue yet? Could be something such as a non-vtec ECU or an incorrectly pinned ECU. Another possibility is that the gentleman that did the mini me swap forgot to remove the oil jet in the block.
 
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