Which cluster work?
The 90-91 US Civic cluster are all cable driven. The only electronic driven speedometer for 4th gen Civics come in B16 powered cars. The yellow 88 CRX has a 90-91 JDM SiR cluster. The 90-91 gauge cluster hood and gauge cluster mount brackets were used.jNYCe5 said:A 90-91 Civic will work, theJDM clusters will work and im pretty sure the Integra Clusters will work... Basically anything that uses a vehicle speed sensor instead of the speedo cable that come on the 88 and 89'sJ_SPEC said:Which cluster work?
Here are some pics:jNYCe5 said:A Fiber Images SiR style hood, with removal of the idler pulley and the fuel rail cover, the hood fits on the k20 with about a quarter to a half an inch clearance between the oil cap and hood.
We'll make a sub-harness. We probably won't need anything from the EF. The harness will pug into a couple of connectors in the EF and you will need to splice into some other wires near the ECU plugs too. A K-Pro will make things easier if you don't have a JDM ECU.jNYCe5 said:Questions:
*How will the harness be handled? What will be needed from the engine/car? Is the car's engine harness and motor's engine harness/charging harness all?
*Will the harness plug into the connectors at the shock tower, and then have a conversion harness to the ecu/K-Pro, or how will that work out?
*ETA on the mounts: Late December/January reasonably expected?
i didnt think that they had a kit for the EF's yet.nikos said:hybrid-racing.com sells a complete kit
they don't... nikos was referring to a fuel kit that hybrid makes for k20 swaps.2.2xdreams said:i didnt think that they had a kit for the EF's yet.nikos said:hybrid-racing.com sells a complete kit
you can run a full race... the front crossmember should not be an issue with these swaps...Rostr02 said:can you run an aftermarket front cross member like the full race one?
What kind of aftermarket fuel rail and fuel pressure regular are the k20 people running (was thinking of aem fpr and fuel rail and fuel filter)
Also what other fuel problem are every one referring too?