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I turboed my b16a but im having trouble with injectors

 
jacobrw91
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Posted: 01/07/12 08:41 AM

I turboed my B16a motor and its all stock.  I bought an AEM fuel rail with RC SL9-310 injectors.  the injectors fit in the fuel rail and the fuel rail bolts up to my intake manifold but the injectors are too big for the intake manifold.  i have done research and everyone says that these injectors fit all B series motors.  Does anyone have any idea why these injectors wont fit in my b16?  Does anyone know of an intake manifold that would work with these injectors and my motor?  

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allmotorb18c5
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Posted: 01/08/12 11:46 AM

What generation B16 do you have? I don't exactly know if the generation of the B16 matters, but when I looked the RC SL9-0310 injectors up on a couple sites they were only coming up with B16A2, and B16A3 nothing about B16A1. Other than that I don't see why it wouldn't fit. I will do a little more research, and see what I find. Hope this helps a little bit.  

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allmotorb18c5
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Posted: 01/08/12 12:48 PM

They might of just sent you the wrong Injectors. Did you double check to see if they are the right injectors for your engine, and not for another engine? I've had problems with parts not fitting on my engine before to find out they were the wrong ones. You can't always trust that the parts you get are the right ones mistakes happen. I learned my lesson. As for Intake manifolds, I would get either a ITR Intake manifold which is bolt-on installation, 0r a Skunk2 Pro series manifold which is also bolt-on installation, and uses all stock sensors and auxiliaries.  

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jacobrw91
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Posted: 01/08/12 04:47 PM

Its a B16 from a civic si-r so I'm pretty sure you're right about those injectors not fitting it since it is a B16A1.  I actually bought them from a guy on Craigslist thinking they would fit any B16.  I got the AEM fuel rail with the injectors for 200 so I'm sure I can sell the injectors and not loose money.  Do you know of any sites where i can buy injectors for my engine?  

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jacobrw91
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Posted: 01/08/12 05:06 PM

I just did more research and i found that the B16a1 is only obd0 and obd1.  My engine is obd2.  The only obd2 engine used in a civic sir is a b16a2.  this would mean my injectors should fit.  I'm pretty new to all this so correct me if I'm wrong.  

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allmotorb18c5
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Posted: 01/08/12 06:58 PM

The B16A1 was found in the 1991 Honda CRX SiR, and was an obd0. The B16A2-OBD2- 1999-2000 Civic Si, and the B16A-OBD2-1996-2000 Civic VTi. Japanese market (JDM) B16A motors are labelled with a “B16A” stamp. There is NO suffix (e,g, B16A2 or B16A3). Here's a good way to remember whether it's either an OBD0-OBD1, or OBD2. Anything below the year 1996 it's either an OBD0 - OBD1 depending on what engine you have, and then 1996-Up it's an OBD2. Your injectors should fit. But there not so I def. don't think you have the right ones. There's a lot of good sites just type what your looking for into google, or yahoo, and tons of stuff come up. If you want RC injectors here's Rc's site rcengine.com. You can get RC injectors anywhere though. Just look around to see where you can get them for a good price.

Here's some info to help out.

B16A - OBD2 - 1996-2000 Civic VTi
B16A - OBD0 - 1990-1993 Integra XSi/RSi (JDM)
B16A SiR - OBD0 - 1991 CRX SiR (JDM- rare 10.4:1)
B16A SiR - OBD0 - 1990-1991 Civic SiR (JDM)
B16A SiR II - OBD1 - 1992-1995 Civic SiR II (JDM) /Del SOL
B16A2 - OBD2 - 1999-2000 Civic Si
B16A3 - OBD1 - 1994-1995 Del Sol  

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jacobrw91
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Posted: 01/09/12 12:20 AM

Alright thanks alot that'll def help out alot. Im thinking the motor came out of a civic vti and not an sir.  

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allmotorb18c5
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Posted: 01/11/12 10:10 AM

No problem. Glad to help out.  

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