If you're talking about bolt-ons, as in intake, header, exhaust, etc. However, the Z6 bracket does match the hole spacing but in my case it seems that I'd need to shave a bit off the bracket itself because it won't fully seat itself as is when I attempt to use both bolts. Connect the A7 wire to the 4 injector yellow wire. So remember guys, if you need parts, like a timing belt cover. And the ex is the heaviest trim line. I'd only suggest this if you think you'll have easy access to reconnect the other end of the coolant line to the water pipe on the back of the block I did mine the way I'm advising against so I don't know if my suggestion is actually any easier.
When using the Skunk2 intake manifold the throttle body will be positioned out of reach of the stock intake tube. I just recently put a d16z6 head on my 93 d15b7 block. Other Engine Component Differences The Y8 engine features a thinner head gasket than the Z6, as well as an intake manifold with larger and shorter runners. September 30, 2006 was our first day live. We also share information about your use of our site with our social media, advertising and analytics partners. This article applies to the Honda Civic 1992-2000.
Basically it fits in a 3. You will also need the ditributor for a 92-95 civic ex. Strength of the connecting rods varies as well, but the addition of aftermarket parts can compensate for this. I believe the Y8 and Z6 are the same length. Actually, you do have to re-use your throttle body. I do understand that the gains on this one mod alone is very minimal. Any and all trademarks are property of their respective owners.
I cant seem to get my hand in their. There are other, more myriad differences, such as the thickness of the head gaskets. Hey guys, I'm putting a d16y8 head and intake manifold on my d16a6 crx si. Parts store wont have a throttle cable or bracket. I purchased a new gasket from O'reillys, My? I plan on diving into it this weekend. The A6 throttle cable bracket doesn't align with the two threaded holes on the top of the manifold. The D16Z6 exhuast manifold is the best of the 3 manifolds.
I do hope this helps you out a bit. Also, in my personal oppinion if you have the ability to swap the head and the technical understanding of how to do it correctly then you could just as easily swap the engine. Brake Booster Air Line The Intake manifolds all bolt up the same too. Label these wires for later use. I bent mine quite a bit to fit it for the meantime till everything else was done to figure out later what to do. Yes, you can swap a D16Z6 head onto a D15B7 engine.
Aside from the different spacing for the two bolts, the clipping part of the bracket where the cable secures itself to is on the opposite end. It basically opens up more options for intake setups. I think all 96+ Accord F22 engines have the smaller size plug holes. The quick fix is to pound out the firewall just a bit so that the manifold will gain the clearance it needs. Also once the B7 head is removed you have to pop out the oil pressure nipple on the block.
Going to have to either find them online somewhere, junkyard them, or go to Honda. I think the 92-95 ex si have quicker ratio transmissions and the ecu may be required but thats for auto's, 5spd you can control it if thats the ecu p28 5spd. I recommend the D16Z6, but the D16A6, D16Y8, and D15B7 can also be used. The head will bolt on with no problems, just remember to remove the oil controll jet from the block. I believe they have the same stroke too if not close 77mm ; much shorter than even the D15.
Gotta love the spreading of misinformation on the interweb. Anyways, I think my motor is gone soon. And secondly after I finish making the wooden frame, I will have a steel one made. This article applies to the Honda Civic 1992-2000. The plug well is deeper requires a deeper plug! Oh, and I got off topic like woah.