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Old 06-28-2006, 11:29 AM   #1
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WTB: VX swap stuff...ECU, EGR box, wiring...etc

I've got the engine and tranny, now I just need the "extra".

All items originally come from '92-95 Civic VX hatchback:

1.) 5-wire O2 sensor (mine has 4-wire, possible to add the last one?)
2.) anything else to make this swap happen I left out.

shipping will be to 27028

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Old 06-28-2006, 11:31 AM   #2
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You're gonna get boned on the 5 wire,
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Old 06-28-2006, 11:38 AM   #3
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You're gonna get boned on the 5 wire,
Dunno... I found one for $25 on honda-tech.

I have a spare 5-wire o2 that has 2mm long wires. I might be able to solder new wires on it for ya.
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Old 06-28-2006, 11:40 AM   #4
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You can find anything used for cheap if you look long enough, but personally if I were already buying one I'd go new because I just don't trust widebands.

Get OEM/NGK/Denso, not bosch, by the way.
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Get OEM/NGK/Denso, not bosch, by the way.
10-4 on that one...I only use NGK/OEM electrical/emissions parts since the days of my Datsun Z/ZX, and haven't had a problem since. Mak

If you can Matt, I'd appreciate it...I've just started to wire solder myself...need to get practice in before the swap. I've heard I can just add a wire to the ECU and run it to the O2 but I can't remember my source.
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Yay for the good stuff,
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Old 06-28-2006, 02:55 PM   #7
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2.) EGR Box
Got it, give me an offer and I'll box it up for you tonight. Heck I'll even toss in the harness side of the connector. =)
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Wait a second... do you have the entire engine harness for the z1? If you do it will be MUCH easier... well, maybe not.

The easiest way is to send ryan at rywire your engine harness from the CRX and the d15z1. For $190 he can make a hybrid harness that will be plug and play.
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I only have the HF harness, still attached to the car. The Z1 engine was complete w/ sensors but the previous owner used the harness for a GSR swap. I have misc. obd1 plugs from the junkyard, haven't sorted the haves from the have nots yet. Really could use a picture reference for these plugs or else I'll have to use a HELMS and count pinouts. I might post a pic up tomorrow if I get in early enough.

Bunger: How does $20 shipped sound? I use USPS for my stuff, they are reliable as any w/ shipping confirmation and I bought a cheap scale recently just to do more accurate estimates using their site. Besides, they bring me the mail anyway...
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Bunger: How does $20 shipped sound? I use USPS for my stuff, they are reliable as any w/ shipping confirmation and I bought a cheap scale recently just to do more accurate estimates using their site. Besides, they bring me the mail anyway...
Thats cool with me. I also have a complete Z1 engine harness. Interested?
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