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I'm trying to sum up the different versions of Civic's and CRX's of 4th generation and 2nd generation for CRX.
Since I know an couple type's by heart I will sum them up here.


Quoting FPR on another topic:

[Japan]


EF6 1.5X
D15B2 1.5 Dual Carb engine
90Bhp
http://www.honda.co.jp/HOT/ModelData/crx/8cx-ka-709/line_up.html



EF7 Si
ZC 1.6 DOHC engine
130Bhp
http://www.honda.co.jp/HOT/ModelData/crx/8cx-ka-709/line_up.html#si
 


EF8 SiR
B16A 1.6 DOHC VTEC engine
160Bhp
http://www.honda.co.jp/HOT/ModelData/crx/8cx-ka-709/line_up.html#sir


[The Netherlands]

[CRX]
ED9 MK I
'88 - '89
D16A9 1.6 DOHC engine (non catalistic)
130Bhp
Orange bumperblinkers
Split headlights for 2 lightbulbs

ED9 MK II
'90 - '91
D16Z5 1.6 DOHC engine (with catalic converter)
124Bhp
White bumperblinkers

EE8
'90 - '91
B16A1 1.6 DOHC VTEC engine
150Bhp


[Civic]
'88 - '91
EC8
D13B2 1.3 SOHC Carb engine
75Bhp

EC9
'88 - '89
D14A1 1.4 SOHC Dual Carb engine
90Bhp

ED6
'88 - '91
D15B2 SOHC DPFI engine
90Bhp

ED7 MK I
'88 - '89
D16A6 1.6 SOHC engine
107Bhp

ED7 MK II
'90 - '91
D16Z2 1.6 SOHC engine
110Bhp

EE9
'90 - '91
B16A1 DOHC VTEC engine
150Bhp





Any suggestions, additions or corrections are appreceiated.
Let's see if we all can complete the list :up:

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New Members / RoadXY - EC9 (D14A1) with swapped MPFI D15B2
« on: May 26, 2006, 07:22:36 PM »
I'm RoadXY aka Robin, born the 12th of Novemer 1979.

Sinds may 2002 I drive an antracit grey Honda Civic GL 3-door hatchback of Februari 1990. Honda delivered this car with an 1.4 Dual Carb engine with 90Bhp.
Recently (september 2005) I swapped this engine for an 1.5 (D15B2) engine with MPFI and cam of an 1.6 (D16A6).
Result: 119Bhp @ 6728rpm and 140Nm @ 5581rpm :coolsm:

Standard was this Civic with powersteering, an rare option in the Netherlands.
After an testdrive I was sold right away!
Till today not 1 moment regreds!

I replaced the distributionbelt right away to be sure. Also the oilfilter, oil and gearbox oil was replaced.
After three months the ignition had to be replaced: the bearing was all rusted!


Current mods:

Interior:
- CRX VTEC dashboard + center
- Victor steeringwheel
- Omori multicolor oiltemp and oilpressure gauge with adjustible warning led
- Shortend gearleaver
- Type R gearknob
- Segra custom made Civic floormats
- Elektric windows (Civic VTEC)
- Leather front seats (CRX VTEC)
- Black rearseat (Civic VTEC)
- Airco (USDM CRX)
- Center Armrest (optional CRX)
- Scroth black 4-point seatbelts
- Texalarm class II with trunk-open switch
- Brand new OEM Honda door sill


Exterior:
- Total repaint in it's original color: Astorias Grey Metallic 2c NH-502M
- Visracing Carbon Fibre OEM-style hood
- Closed antenna hole
- Closed rear wiper hole
- Removed rear fog lights
- Own design sun-band (wat is zonneband, bovenaan je raam in het Engels?)
- OMP upper front strut (sprayed black)
- Spoon rear upper strut
- No-name rear lower strut
- C-pillar bar (Titanium color)
- Renealt Laguna front-bumper lip
- Civic VTEC rear-lip (repaint in flat black)
- Civic VTEC sideskirts (repaint in flat black)
- Mugen spoiler (genuine!) with underneath:
- USDM OEM rear spoiler with build in 3th brake light


Motor
- D15B2 swap
- MPFI of an D16A6
- Cam of an D16A6
- AEM adjustible cam-gear
- B&M FPR
- Moroso fuel pressure meter
- Greddy SP2 cat-back (RVS, 57mm INNERdiameter)
- RVS cat-replacement
- Ceramic coated 4-2-1 exhaust manifold
- K&N airfilter
- TurboEdit chipped PM6 ECU

Suspension
- Koni yellow/Eibach pro 3,5cm (8,5") lowered
- 16" Civic Type R replica rims (6,5J ET45)
- CRX ED9 fusee with CRX brakediscs, CRX claws en CRX brakepads
- rear disc swap (CRX VTEC)
- Powerslot slotted brakediscs (CRX)
- Ferrodo DS2500 brakepads (CRX)
- Rear swaybar (CRX VTEC)
- Rear lower control arms(CRX VTEC, thicker than OEM)


In progress:
- Cruisecontrol (already in)
- Turbo (already in: ApexI D-serie's kit)
- Big Brake kit

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