Good stuff, I knew I'd glossed over some things.
UPDATE: I'm assembling a d15b2 today, and I notice that the oil pan has the relief for the RT4wd transfer case. Now, this engine came out of an '88 2wd. I stated looking around and saw that another core d15b2 I have laying around also has the notched pan. Curious, I looked further: the pan on pebbles'wagon (d15b2) is notched, too.
The '88 Wagovan here does NOT have the relief...?
In short, of the four d15b2's in my yard right now, three have the oil pan that will clear the RT transfer housing.
This is great to know! My oil pan received some damage from breaking a rod that I patched up with some JB Weld but if some of the d15 pans are notched for the transfer case then I should have a plethora to choose from at the local junkyards I might pick up one or two extras next time I go.
rileyescobar wrote: »
thought I had posted this before:
but the 84-87 wagon 4wd will take the 86-89 integra D16A1
just my $.02
drfink wrote: »
i don't know if this is common knowledge or not but hush performance makes a bracket to use an intermediate shaft on a non equipped block:
moff3tt wrote: »
Just thought I would share. I have this z6 block on my shelf one day I figure I will get around to putting in my wagon but it will need some work first.
And here is what someone else has done to put an IS on an non-IS block:
http://www.d-series.org/forums/transmis ... block.html
Sylquebec wrote: »
Hey guys! What about d17a2 engine ? There is tons for sale around me and they are newer than any other d series.