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I can get a '89 integra for free.... The motor has a piston knocking so instead of rebuilding or replacing the car with the stock motor, I was thinking more along the lines of a b16a. But my question is... How hard is it to change it from OBD0 to OBD I. Anything will help :D
 

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Glad to help :lol

OBD1 is the shit for tuning ability, whether for performance or efficiency
 

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Just cuz its dangling by the one wire dont mean its cool :lmao
 
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Haha alright. Off topic but its all good. But I still need to do more research. Blah haha.
you need a OBD 0 to OBD 1 harness, maybe a new distributo, and maybe MAYBE some witring. Lemme check around, in the mean time, hit up honda-tech, they have some fucking scientists over there
 

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Go to rywire.com and buy a obd0 to obd1 ecu conversion harness, and depending on what year engine you put in you can buy a engine harness or wire it yourself! if you get an obd0 b16 it will plug right up with the stock harness. the only wiring you would have to do is for the Vtec.
 

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Go to rywire.com and buy a obd0 to obd1 ecu conversion harness, and depending on what year engine you put in you can buy a engine harness or wire it yourself! if you get an obd0 b16 it will plug right up with the stock harness. the only wiring you would have to do is for the Vtec.
I mean you can always grow some balls :butthead: lol, and wire it yourself! thats what I do!
 

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Well I will prolly just do it myself... Cause why not?! But what i was thinking for this '89 integra was a b16 so it would have to be converted to OBD I. But I will do more research.
 

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Well I will prolly just do it myself... Cause why not?! But what i was thinking for this '89 integra was a b16 so it would have to be converted to OBD I. But I will do more research.
Not entirely sure, but that motor, if its an 89, should be OBD 0
 

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Well I will prolly just do it myself... Cause why not?! But what i was thinking for this '89 integra was a b16 so it would have to be converted to OBD I. But I will do more research.
ehh don't do a b16, they're weaksauce, get a b18b cheaper and better midrange. and for the price you save on a b16, you could do cams and boltons on a b18b and walk gsr's all day long. b18b with gsr tranny ftw
 

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ehh don't do a b16, they're weaksauce, get a b18b cheaper and better midrange. and for the price you save on a b16, you could do cams and boltons on a b18b and walk gsr's all day long. b18b with gsr tranny ftw
the fact that its a B series means its gonna pull on the D series, enough for him im sure.
 

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ehh don't do a b16, they're weaksauce, get a b18b cheaper and better midrange. and for the price you save on a b16, you could do cams and boltons on a b18b and walk gsr's all day long. b18b with gsr tranny ftw

This B series is teh sex, toda killa cams, idles like a fucking V8
 

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