i finally got my car started, but integra shift linkage dont work. If anybody did a b16a swap, let me know what shift linkage u use or what did u do.
I tried using my delsol sohc shift linkage with the ends of the integra shift linkage but it kept banging against each other and not working properly. The integra shift linkage is too short and not shaped correctly so it bangs on the bottom my car and gets stuck.
yeah, you have to use del sol vtec shift linkage...it bolts right up and works fine....I just finished that same swap..the deal with the distributor is you need a new one....but if you got your car started..thats cool..but you need a del sol vtec..94-95...with gray plugs...you may have noticed the wiring harnesses on your b16a are tan...the obd1 in your sol is the difference.
thanks for the info you guys. It has been really useful. Now the question is where can i get a good price on the dohc del sol shift linkage? at the neighborhood honda its $168 and i found a place online selling it for $132. Any other suggestions?
I think that is probably going to about the cheapest you'll find..unless someone is just selling it like on ebay or something. For instance, Place Racing does a core exhange for like $150.00 or something like that.
does u guys know if the us shift linkage works on my swap cause someone told me that I have to get the jdm delsol dohc shift linkage and i think thats goin to kinda hard to get. so i am thinking adjustable shift linkage
Yeah, I sure did...bacially the same reason you are...save money. Because I did the swap and my paint job at the same time, so I could get the engine bay painted...so I had to save money every where I could...What it boils down to is, it is still a b16a.
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