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What is a ZC Engine?


Cdizzle_996

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125hp @ 6600rpm

106tq @ 5200rpm

 

 

and a direct bolt in for your car too, no modification except the wiring for the vtec and that can be done in 15 minutes

silly noob

 

 

the "hardest part" would be the dpfi to mpfi conversion if you have a DX/Std. model

 

reference pages:

 

http://hybrid2.honda-perf.org/tech/zcinfo.html

http://thenew.gamesbbs.com/~dmoore/zc.htm

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125hp @ 6600rpm

106tq @ 5200rpm

 

 

and a direct bolt in for your car too, no modification except the wiring for the vtec and that can be done in 15 minutes

Is that the single cam vtec one?

 

I have a Dual Cam ZC, and it was a direct drop in. We had to Jimmy-rig the distribtor(sp?) to work, and we removed the TEC device on the exhaust cam. That was it.

 

Now, if you have a STD/DX, you'll have to do the dual-point coversion. You'll be happy with that for a while if you do that, and it's a little cheaper than a ZC swap. Then later on down the road, you can do the ZC swap.

 

If possible, try to get the ZC tranny too. Stay away from the USDM "ZC", D16a1 I think. It's trash, and don't use the ecu from that motor either. It sucks.

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