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car not picking up.

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by jdm00civicex, Mar 1, 2005.

  1. jdm00civicex

    jdm00civicex Member

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    B20vtec with a 1996 block and 1990 b16a head S1 tranny obd2 setup running p2t ecu with cold air intake stock header and 2.25 exhaust piping with hks muffler. finally got the car to idle at 700 rpms with the fuel psi at 39psi, when u drive it around and floor the accelerator in 1st gear, the car does not pick up it feels as if ur trying to haul ass in 4th gear. still throwing 2 misfire codes. wondering if you guys can help me? thanx
     
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    have you replaced your plugs and wires? hows your crank to cam timing? Hows your ingnition timing? new cap and rotor?
     
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    brand new spark plugs and wires for a b16a, and brand new dizzy with rotor and cap. timing is A ok
     
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    Hmm....1.6L ECU on a 2.0L engine maybe?
     
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    i don't think that should matter
     
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    cam timing to crank timing is perfect, how do i set the dizzy timing?
     
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    You don't? A 1.6 to 2.0L is a big jump. Thats .4 litres, nearly 25% more displacement, don't you think it would need just a little more fuel?

    Set dizzy timing with a timing light.
     
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    :withstupid: the 25% is a big difference. tell you what i will give you my b16 block so you can keep your ecu and give me the b20 block and i will get the right ecu for it ;)
     
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    haha dont think so buddy, ive worked hard to earn this this block. thanx for the offer, so wut ecu should i run?
     
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    people say p2t 00 si ecu should work for the b20 plus i have a fuel pressure regulator.
     
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    What people say and what actually works are two different things.
     
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    What people say and what actually works are two different things.
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    so which ecu will work with a b20vtec obd2b setup?
     
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    gotta convert that shit- obd2b to obd1 gsr ! since obd2b gsr ecus run immobilizers!
     
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