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h22 civic help

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by jdm_civic93, Aug 21, 2003.

  1. jdm_civic93

    jdm_civic93 Junior Member

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    i have a h22 in my civic and i was just wondering do i put the prelude fuel pump or the civic one is alright and also do i have to change the distributer because i have a 97-01 lude and the ecu is a 92-96 p13?
    Any help would be apriciated
     
  2. pissedoffsol

    pissedoffsol RETIRED

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    get a walbro pump. 255lph. its like 90 bucks, and offers more performance than any honda one, and its half the cost.

    as for your distributor, i don't know. i know nothing about h-seires. if it is like a civic/teg, the answer is no. but im not sure if it holds over for the ludes
     
  3. jdm_civic93

    jdm_civic93 Junior Member

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    thanks for the help man
     
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    j3521 Junior Member

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    What wiring harness are u using, on my car I used the Civic harnes and just added the wires I need and repinned some of them, and used a OBD 1 P28 or u can use a P72 if u wire in the knock sensor.
     
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    jdm_civic93 Junior Member

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    Im using the civic harness and i rewired the ecu and im using a p13 ecu
     
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    wouldn't the 255lph fuel pump be too much fuel for a stock h22?
     
  7. brettII

    brettII KMS-fab

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    not really, its jsut what the pump can handle/put out...and in this case (with a h series it may be a good idea).
    the distributor will not work on the motor if it is a JDM motor, in this case use a 1994 LS distributor cap if its a usdm motor then you are ok to go. just make sure the wiring is correct and you should have 0 problems

    brett
     
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