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Old 08-03-2009, 10:30 PM
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Default Need advice on mini me set up

Hi, I have a 92 civic cx. It has the stock d15 non vtech. I have been looking into getting a d16z6 head to put on my d15 to create a mini me. I was hoping someone could share some insite on this idea. I know it's a cheap way to mod a Honda but it's about all I can work with until I can find myself a better job. If the d16z6 head will bolt up to the d15 how do I go about hooking up the vtech and what kind of work would I need to do with the computer? What all do I need to get to make this work? Also I've been told that the d15 block and interals will not hold up to the RPM's of a vtech. How much of a problem will that be down the road?
Old 08-03-2009, 10:39 PM
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dont listen to what you have heard you can do a mini swap its not that hard

just get a d16z6 head,im,dizzy,p28 ecu and the plugs from the d16z6 wire harness and some pins from the plugs that hook up to the ecu

here is the wire diagram you only need to do the 1st,3rd,5th dont worry about the other wiring
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