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B series Swap info
#11
What do you want to know about it?...lol. Just how they look in the shop?
1999 EM1 EBP On the daily/ Track beast
2005 CL9 ABP Wifey daily
1999 EM1 FBP Wifey daily Sold
2000 EM1FBP Eaten by a car crusher Sad
1999 EM1 MR Sold Smile
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#12
Correction, going tomorrow Smile
1999 EM1 EBP On the daily/ Track beast
2005 CL9 ABP Wifey daily
1999 EM1 FBP Wifey daily Sold
2000 EM1FBP Eaten by a car crusher Sad
1999 EM1 MR Sold Smile
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#13
Nice place. While I knew the reputation of the shop it was my first trip there. Motors well organized for all the makes. All parts have good locations, not just random stuff all over. Decent space for the show room as well. Very friendly and willing to help the customers even after the fact of sale.
1999 EM1 EBP On the daily/ Track beast
2005 CL9 ABP Wifey daily
1999 EM1 FBP Wifey daily Sold
2000 EM1FBP Eaten by a car crusher Sad
1999 EM1 MR Sold Smile
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#14
(11-11-2011, 08:15 AM)joaovti Wrote:  for the B16B you will need exactly the samething as for any other B-Series only the execption would be the ECU and the correct conversion-cables

I would suggest a chipped P28 with an OBD 1 to OBD 2 conversion harness, that is what I am running
If you like B16B swaps click here...

My car is like an ugly girl with a great personality and thats great in the sack... djblinbling1
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#15
nice nice
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#16
An amazing thread. So useful info.
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#17
Great information!
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#18
If you plan on keeping AC that is another part that isn't mentioned on a lot of swap sheets. Used a CRV one for my swap.
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