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Old 10-10-2018, 07:40 AM   #31
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Thanks but I've got a spare Y21.
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Build Thread - Standard Round Nose B series AWD build using MGF subframes has begun
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Old 28-10-2018, 11:36 PM   #32
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Originally Posted by hebby View Post
Iím currently building a b18, mine has the LSD as standard in the gear box, I used the original wiring loom & asked vdm motor sports to convert it to a stand alone loom, this was a lot cheaper than buying a new loom & an ecu the stock power should be enough for me as I only want to use the car on the road. I bought a complete car ( 1997 civic 4 door hatch back £750.00 ) then stripped it, kept the clocks & now wish I had also kept the heater !
Interesting to hear what other people are saying in regards to the difference between a 1.6 to the 1.8, in time if I get board of the power it will be more reliable to modify the engine with bolt on bits like a turbo and still give me plenty of smiles, Iím using the clubman front, not sure how much space there will be up front for a turbo, maybe mount it where the rear subframe was. I wanted more power & more of an up to date engine thatís reliable & fun, an a series with a lot of bhp can be a pig to drive in traffic, this should be a breeze when complete, Iím down in Whitby if you want to take a look but itís far from running yet

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