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dual point injection ??

Discussion in 'Civic and CRX - EF' started by WkEdSoL, Feb 7, 2008.

  1. WkEdSoL

    WkEdSoL New Member

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    Hey i was wonderin about a couple things... i'm doin a swap for my buddy & he has a 91 crx that is dual point injection, he has a 91 jdm b16 for the car & is there a need to get a new harness or can we use the origional one ? & if so where can i get one ?
    i cant find them anywhere, sucks thats all i need
    i'm pretty sure we need a new harness but what the hell ?
     
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    Celerity Well-Known Member

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    The swap articles give you a how-to. You can use the DPFI harness, and add two more wires (1 and 3 leads) spliced from the two injector leads in the DPFI harness.
     
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    WkEdSoL New Member

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    ok.. swap articles ? sorry i'm kinda new to the "honda swap" site
    but thanks man
    that makes sense
     
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    BrutalB83 Brutal Moderator Moderator VIP

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    In the reference section, near the top of the main page...
     
  5. roninallout79

    roninallout79 Plan B

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    If I were you I wouldnt just jerryrig a harness into your car. Do it right the first time an you wont be chasing your tail trying to fix little electrical problems when you accidentally miss a wire or two. Im doing a DPFI to MPFI swap and I am changing the motor harness the cabin harness the dizzy and the ECU. A bit more expensive my way alot more tiem consuming but in the end you know that its done right and you wont be saying to yourself "where does this wire go" ave FUN

    -TRU
     
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