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d15 knock sensor?

Discussion in 'Civic and del Sol - EG and EK' started by johnnyreb81, Jun 15, 2010.

  1. johnnyreb81

    johnnyreb81 New Member

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    Can I add a knock sensor somewhere on my d15 block, and if so...where?. Please help...thanks!
     
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    |Chaz| Well-Known Member VIP

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    Why would you want to do that?
     
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    Cause I want the computer to work right until I can afford to change to a p28, right now still the stock p2p. Throwin knock sensor code and won't rev past 5k under a load.
     
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    What D15 do you have dude?
     
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    Its a d15z1...i know, its a suck bottom end. If I knew enough about honda wiring i'd patch in an obd1 p28...
     
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    you're kinda sol with this bud. before i decided to just get a p28 i did a lot of searching on how to add or bypass the knock sensor. i didn't find a single thing that worked. there was one idea that involved wiring up a piezo electric speaker to the fuel rail area and it would create a voltage that would trick the ecu into thinking it had a knock, but even that failed to work half the time. honestly it would be best just to save the energy and save a little more money and get yourself a p28. i bought mine for $100 but i've seen them for as low as $60.
     
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