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Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by jspecivicsi, Oct 16, 2003.

  1. jspecivicsi

    jspecivicsi Member

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    iv got a 90 civic si i want to convert into 0bd1 does any one know how to do this
     
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    DarkHand Senior Member VIP

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    I think you would mean OBD-0 to OBD-1. Non OBD is different. The carbed 1st gen CRX's / carbed 3rd gen. Civics are Non-OBD for example. :)
     
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    convert it on your stock motor ? Why would u want to do that?? If you're getting a 92-95 motor then thats a different story. You will need a jumper harness. Someone from Honda-tech.com can make it for you. I forgot his name but i'm pretty sure the mods on this board will tell you.
     
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    no im building a b16a for it and i want to run a p28 so i want to convert
     
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    u need to get a obd1 wiring harness and use that with obd1 ecu. u cant do it with ur stock engine still in the car.
     
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    Sleeper, seriously if you don't know what the fuck you are talking about then don't reply. I have seen several cases where myself and other people have called you out on your misinformation.

    Mellow boy is right. There are two people on Honda-tech that I know of that make them. I got mine for lelopez and blown90hatch (I think) make the conversion harnness. I think Hasport might also carry one. All it is is a matter of running a few wires and changing a few wires on your stock harness. Also unlike what sleeprcrx said you can do it with the engine in the car.
     
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    yeah dude, you seem ok for the most part. but when i don't have an answer that i am sure about i shut the fuck up. i'm not hating, i'm sure you know more than me about hondas, but i know when not to post an answer.
     
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    hey how much are they charging for the converter
     
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    woops sorry for the big quote
     
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    Ok since you just told me what motor and everything i can give you a good answer. You will still need the obd1 distributor, injectors and ecu for the most part. Its a bit of a hassle. I'd just keep it non obd. Its up to you....
     
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