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Old 06-27-2006, 04:52 AM   #11
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There were two versions of the VX. One for California and the 49 state version. The California version does not have lean burn but uses an EGR system instead. If you find a VX, make sure it is a 49 state version. I don't know what mine is honestly but I bought it from the original owner and he lives in IL. Hopefully he didn't buy it in California.
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Ok. One more question. Was 1995 the last year for a Civic VX with lean burn because I would really like to find an OBD2 car?
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Yes, 1995 was the last year. No OBDII.
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Old 06-27-2006, 06:35 AM   #14
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I would lean to the CRX HF. But they are getting harder to find.
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DANG! Missed it by THAT much!
The only Civic VX I found on Ebay was one with a turbo.
Edit: I'll look for a CRX HF.
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DANG! Missed it by THAT much!
The only Civic VX I found on Ebay was one with a turbo.
Ya that one is 10 minutes from me. LOL
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Old 06-27-2006, 08:48 AM   #17
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If you REALLY want OBDII the civic HX is the 115hp POS coupe replacement for the VX, it's terrible though.

Anyway, the VX will have lean burn, if you wanna check have the owner count the wires on the o2 sensor,
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There were two versions of the VX. One for California and the 49 state version. The California version does not have lean burn but uses an EGR system instead. If you find a VX, make sure it is a 49 state version. I don't know what mine is honestly but I bought it from the original owner and he lives in IL. Hopefully he didn't buy it in California.
He bought it in IL, so I will have the 49 state lean burn version.
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Old 06-27-2006, 08:58 AM   #19
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Yay for dan. It's a simple swap on the california version anyway.
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Boo, we all know that the 1990 Civic Sedan is best.
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