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B18C Intake Manifold Secondaries

Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by vshivik, Aug 31, 2003.

  1. vshivik

    vshivik Junior Member

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    ok. here's the dilema guys and gals. EK civic with a B18C jdm engine. eveything is hooked up and running, except the intake manifold secondaries. i've heard that i need to move pin A20 to A17 or vise versa, the problem is, since i have a OBD2 --> OBD1 conversion harness there is no pin A20. something about EVAP. does anyone know how i can get these secondaries to open up?? where is the wire that i need to find and where do i pin it? i'm really canfused and need to get this resolved. i also know that the skunk2 intake manifold would solve this problem, but i don't want to buy it at this time. there has to be a way, i'm sure you guys know how to solve it. looking forward to your replies. thanks to all you honda enthusiasts.
     
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    xj0hnx I wanna be sedated VIP

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    Maybe this can help

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    Teambypass Senior Member

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    i have a 98 jdm b18c in a 96 hatch and i ran better w/o hookin up the 2nd butterfly to allow additional air when vtec kicks in. i unpluged the wire that i hooked to the ecu but make sure you unplug the valcum line too so that the butterfly stay open at all times from 1rpm to 8rpm.
     
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    pissedoffsol RETIRED

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    click swap
    click 5th gen civic
    click obd2 b18c into obd1 ar (basically what you have now)
    find the wiring info you need.

    90% of stuff like this has been covered- have a look around our site
     
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