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B20b-H22a injectors-Chipped P06 Mapped for H22

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by nofxSOHCcrx, Mar 6, 2010.

  1. nofxSOHCcrx

    nofxSOHCcrx New Member

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    So we swapped the B20 in to the rex, but we're using the ZC injectors from the sohc that used the be in it I believe 240cc. We are using a chipped P06 that is mapped for an H22.

    When I get the H22 injectors I know I'm going to need the resistor box, but should I get a different FPR, or Fuel rail, TB, or anything else?

    Any suggestions/opinons more than welcome!
     
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    im not runnin a resistor box on my h22 injectors works fine
     
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    CAFROG Honda Minion VIP

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    (just my opinion)

    I say different map on your ECU. 240cc is a normal B series injector. You can run prelude DOHC VTEC ones and they are bigger but I would think your fuel map is all wrong either way. You should run a virgin LS OBD1 ECU (p74 or P75) Unless you have internal mods. But the H22 is way way off....being VTEC and simply another family of Honda Motors.
     
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    efhondakid My name is Byron. VIP

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    ^^ :werd: Run an OBD1 B18 ECU and you will be golden, it will run on the H22 map but not like it should.
     
  5. nofxSOHCcrx

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    Yeah you can tell it's not running how it should. I think I might just put the injectors in to see what happens. After that I'll prolly switch to the P74 if it's not doing as we want...just have to find one.
     
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