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Dx To Si Dist. Conv.?

Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by xxk0ssxx, Jan 25, 2003.

  1. xxk0ssxx

    xxk0ssxx Junior Member

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    anyone know how to swap an 88 dx hatch distributor wireing harness to an si distributor wireing harness for a mini-me swap thanks in advance
     
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    have you done the dx to si mpfi mod yet?
     
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    yes i have done the dpfi to mpfi already everything is wired up and i thought i could use the dx distributor but word on the web says i can't cause it don't have the crank angle sensor, so i need that to wire it up
     
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    you need the hf or si distributer. i had the same problem. just make sure you keep the pm6 ECU.
     
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    i have the stock ecu but the instructions that i got were for an 88-91 si ecu or and 88-89 integra (pg7) ecu so i bought the integra ecu, i also heard it runs a little rich so hopefully i can tune that down with the fuel pressure regulator, also did u have to advance/retard your timing at all?
     
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    Which distributer are you using? if its the dx, it won't work.
     
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    Use the pm6. The pg7 will run very rich, atleast it did on my car. Ask anyone who was behind me on at the Hondaswap meet this past summer.
     
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