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Droped 98 B18c1 Into 96 Rs

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by primo, Jun 19, 2003.

  1. primo

    primo Guest

    Dropped 98 GSR into a 96 RS. Have the com and everything plugged in. Runs great. But, I need to know the wiring that needs to go on here. V-Tec, knock sensor, etc, etc... Anybody with visual specifics OR first hand knowledge? :worthy:
     
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    lsvtec GNU/Linux Evangelist

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    Wrong Forum.

    :moved:
     
  3. primo

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    My Bad! I'll flame myself.......I have been flamed
     
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    Gen2Teg Senior Member

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    and its VTEC, not V-TEC, Vitec, vitceh, vi-tec, or vtech.
     
  5. primo

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    Here we GO! Mr. Grammar has showed up. If u can't add to my original ?, why do you bother? Ahh to make urself feel big right. "I told him how to write the word VITEC, uh vteach, uh v huh?" :worthy: I owe you my life mr. Gen2Teg. Now i can be propper with my spelling. Have you everthought about teaching?
     
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    Primo, I was looking for the same answer and heres what I found in the swap section...

    (assuming your using a p72 ecu like myself)

    If you get the wiring harness with the '99 GS-R swap all you need to do is drop it in, plug the engine harness in, and add wires for the VTEC solenoid, knock sensor, and VTEC pressure switch.

    Get an OBD1 GS-R ECU. It plugs right in.

    For the IAB you will need to move A20 to A17. Since you will be using the OBD2 engine harness and an OBD1 GS-R ECU you will need to cut the black wire at the IAB plug and give it a 12V switched source. You can get this from the yel/blk wire at the injectors or the IACV.

    The reason this needs to be done is due to the fact that the OBD1 GS-R ECU uses a negative trigger to activate the IAB and the OBD2 GS-R ECU uses a positive trigger to activate the IAB. If you use the OBD2 GS-R engine harness with the OBD1 GS-R ECU the IAB will not work by just moving A20 to A17 (as with an OBD1 GS-R ECU and OBD1 GS-R engine harness).

    Hope this helps.
     
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    Dooh!!..Is he banned or is that just his sig :blink:
     
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    he's banned.

    and your answer is wrong anyway. he has NOTHING to do with obd1.
     
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    Sorry, I missed the 96 part... :worthy:
     
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