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Old 03-21-2008, 06:24 PM   #1
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Default Honda D16-A1 motor w/ trans CHEAP

Honda motor as above w/ manual trans and A/C compressor. Don't know anything about it, other than
*It's in the way
*I can't do anything with it.

*Condition unknown, but appears to be fine
*No warranty expressed or implied.


I'll take any offer. Pick up only, in Atlanta.


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Honda motor as above w/ manual trans and A/C compressor. Don't know anything about it, other than
*It's in the way
*I can't do anything with it.

*Condition unknown, but appears to be fine
*No warranty expressed or implied.


I'll take any offer. Pick up only, in Atlanta.


Ben
I'm 90% sure that motor came out of a First Generation Acura Integra 86-89.

Will also swap in to just about any Civic from 88-2000 with minor modification.
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its a fun little swap into a crx. and yea..it was from first gen integras
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I drove a b18c civic once, fast car. almost bought it..
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I drove a b18c civic once, fast car. almost bought it..
lol did I miss the relevance?
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it looks like a b18b from the 2nd gen. You should be able to find it on the side of the block.
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Ben, put it up on www.ef-honda.com or shoot me an email with how you'd like it posted and a contact email for it and I can post it there.
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D16A1
Found in:
1986-89 Acura Integra (USA)
Displacement : 1590 cm³
Bore and Stroke : 75 mm X 90 mm
1986-1987 Compression : 9.3:1 1988-1989 Compression : 9.5: 1
1986-1987 Power : 113 hp (84 kW) @ 6250rpm Torque : 99 ft·lbf @ 5500rpm
1988-1989 Power : 118 hp (88 kW) @ 6250rpm Torque: 103 ft·lbf @ 5500rpm
Valvetrain : DOHC non-VTEC
Piston Code 1986-87 : PG6
Piston Code 1988-89 : P29 (PM7 is ZC equivalent/same piston)
Fuel Control : OBD-0 MPFI
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lol did I miss the relevance?
sorry, im random sometimes
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:edit: missed the obvious!
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OMG.. I should SO Swap that into my miata. That'd make tons more power than any Mazda motor ever would.
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OMG.. I should SO Swap that into my miata. That'd make tons more power than any Mazda motor ever would.
Swap the head onto your block.

This Honda engine actually has torque??
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Swap the head onto your block.

This Honda engine actually has torque??
God that would almost be worth it.. Why can't our heads flow like those boat anchors do?
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Wow, this is quite bizarre for me. When I was in college, I had an '87 CRX Si that I wanted to perform an engine swap on. The most obvious choice for that chassis for someone lacking serious funds is this engine, which as stated, is from the 1G Acura Integra.

This engine bolts right into the 1G (84-87) CRX, as well as the 3G (again, 84-87) Civic. So, it shouldn't be too difficult to find a prospective buyer if you find that crowd. Unfortunately, with the later chassis Civics getting cheaper and cheaper, these early ones aren't so desirable any longer.

Anyways, I looked all over the Atlanta area for one of these back in 2002, and ended up picking up a POS example. Had this been available back then, I would have jumped all over it.
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Ben, put it up on www.ef-honda.com or shoot me an email with how you'd like it posted and a contact email for it and I can post it there.
Dave, that would be sweet if you could do that for me. Ben at mazmart dot com is my email, or they can call 800.221.5156 during business hours (eastern). Thanks


If anyone has an idea of what this motor is typically worth, it would be great if you could share.

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FWIW, back in '02 I purchased a salvage titled '87 Integra with a "rebuilt" D16A1 for $600 at a place in Marietta.

Given that I don't know the market demand, I really don't know what you could get for it; although I would think something like $250-300 would be reasonable.

I'll bet that if you posted a thread on the Grassroots Motorsports $200x challenge forum someone would jump all over this to build a challenge CRX/Civic.
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Dave, that would be sweet if you could do that for me. Ben at mazmart dot com is my email, or they can call 800.221.5156 during business hours (eastern). Thanks


If anyone has an idea of what this motor is typically worth, it would be great if you could share.

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I bought one (a non-running '89 Integra, that is) once, and I found the pistons out of the engine to be worth more than the engine together (sold them for $100). The pistons can be used in other D-series engines for a compression bump. The only real market for the A1 is people with a first-gen Integra or 3rd gen Civic/1st gen CRX owners. It doesn't make for a very good swap into an EF-or-newer chassis, and besides, they'd rather put the effort toward a B, H, or K.

For pricing, here's what I paid for Honda parts when I drove Hondas, to give an idea:

'89 Integra: $100
D16Y8: $50 (sold for $150)
D16A1 pistons: sold for $100
D16A6 w/ trans and ECU: sold for $250
B16A w/ trans and other swap parts: $1400
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Put it up on redpepperracing.com (84-87 Crx forum) It's a black top so it should sell for a little more than a browntop (86-87 teg).
Also try 1gteg.org
(I had a 85 CRX before the Miata, lol)
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That is from a 88-89 intergra, the 86-87 d16a1 had a brown top IIRC. Fun and easy swap into the PGMFI 84-87 CRX, These motors are reliable forever...
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that motor commonly goes for 300-500, depending on where, and what condition

i used to be big into hondas, had a swapped one myself

that motor is called the d16zc , its a dohc non vtec
not to be confused with the z6 which is sohc vtec found in del sol si and civic si

The DOHC ZC has rougly 130 hp and will bolt into almost any civic under the year 2000

sell it for like 450
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