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b20b obd2 to obd1 conversion? help

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by Mr JDM, Jan 18, 2010.

  1. Mr JDM

    Mr JDM New Member

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    hey hondaswap i have a b20b bottom end which is obd2 and my b16a head which is obd1 that is all going in an eg bubble. i know mostly everything i need for the cnversion of the block to obd1 but lmk if i am missing something???. all sensors (knock, oil pressure, and ??) i know this sounds stupid but what about the water pipe and pump? i do not want a CEL on after i am finished so can somebody with experience help me out that has done this swap before... help is appreciated thanks!!
     
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    I think the sensors are the same on the bottom end. If you have a complete OBD1 B16 head/intake/TB/dizzy then all (that I know) you need is an OBD1 Alternator too. CRV B20....not sure but don't think it has a knock sensor. You need a VTEC engine harness like off a D16Z6 or the VX civic hatch harness (1.5 VTEC) or a 94-95 DOHC VTEC Del Sol or a 93-95 GSR VTEC harness. Cheapest and most plentiful is the D16Z6 (only needs 3-4 mod's to work) And you will need a chipped ECU for your Frankenstein set up...and a sweet tune.

    Keeping bottom end stock??
     
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    i have the alternator and all that fun stuff and the bottom end is far from stock lol and i already have the engine harness... i need to know technical stuff like what sensors i need. i do not want any CEL's
     
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    You should not have to worry about any sensor on the bottom end of the motor
     
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