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D16Y7 with P75 ECU????

Discussion in 'Civic and del Sol - EG and EK' started by CIVICBEAST, Dec 21, 2008.

  1. CIVICBEAST

    CIVICBEAST New Member

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    I just bought a 2000 civic dx and as i was going through everything i noticed that the ecu has a jumper harness and the ecu reads P75...after looking up a P75 ecu it is for an integra...is there any reason why the previous owner would have but a dohc ecu with a sohc..is it possibly chipped???

    There is some mods to the car like a msd ignition which i just pulled, skunk 2 intake manifold and cat-back, dc header, and a test pupe. It moves a little bit for a non-vtec single but why the ecu??

    Thanks in advance
     
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    D16SiHatch New Member

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    it could be chipped, but i don't know why they wouldn't of just used the stock p2e ecu. the mods on it certainly don't justify a chipped ecu and tune. does it run fine? is your cel on?
     
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    It was running pretty good except for when you first start it is kinda bogs and sumtimes stalls. Then i pulled the msd and put on a new dizzy and it was running fine but now it kinda sluggish. i think the timing is off im gonna check that tomorrow. No cels or anything though... i just wanna know how to time it....do i go off the stock y7 timing or do i adjust it a few degrees?? This shit just makes me wanna get the stock ecu and call it a day i just hope it will run fine off that one.
     
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    it should be set to stock timing specs, but i just dont know how that ecu for a dohc b18b is going to run a sohc engine very well. switching to the stock ecu would be the most reliable and easiest thing to do
     
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