Hey guys, I'm working on a EF track car & have a few questions regarding my BSwap I've spent several nights online & whilst i managed to get a few questions answered, a few others remain un-answered or left me uncertain. Hoping you guys can offer some insight. My car is a 1990 EF & came with a D16A6 motor running off a PM6 ECU. My donor B16 motor comes from a '92 civic EG running off a P28 ECU. I'm going with a YS1 cable tranny so the mechanical swap was pretty basic (to me). I went with Hasport mounts, Resized shift linkage, SIR Rear bracket, & i'm waiting on the right engine bracket. Now that the motor is pretty much in the car, I'm looking for advice on wiring issues. Firstly, I need to ascertain if I have DPFI or MPFI. From what I'v researched online, the fact that I have a D16A6 with a PGM-FI Intake mani, I deduced that I have MPFI. However, the note at the top of the PGM-FI plate stating DUAL POINT is what left me uncertain. I've attached a pic of the intake Is there any other way to confirm if I have DPFI or MPFI? My other question revolves the actual wiring of the new B16 motor to the ECU. I pulled the B16 motor out of the EG with the harness still connected to the motor. The harness has a seperate Vtec Solenoid wire spliced onto the main wiring harness just before it plugs into the P28 ECU. I'm not sure but does this indicate this is an OBD1 or OBD0??? Now, I figured it would be as simple as bringing the motor across to the new shell then simply plugging in th P28 ECU & i'll be good to go. Unfortunately not! The original EF harness not only plugs into the ECU but after entering the cabin through the firewall, also splits & plugs into a harness that runs behind the dash. Does this mean I need to run the original EF harness & simply connect to the P28 ecu by using some sort of jumper harness? (or is there some other way of using the original B16 harness in which case i need direction on how to link to the dash harness) Thanks for any help you guys can offer.