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H2B ECU, Harness, and sensors

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by ericsossaa, Jun 21, 2016.

  1. ericsossaa

    ericsossaa New Member

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    Jun 21, 2016
    Hey there,

    I'm currently in the write up/research phase for my 2000 EJ8 H2B swap and I had some questions regarding the H22A.

    Currently my car is running the 3 Stage VTEC JDM D15B on the stock D16Y8 ECU. My plan is to mount a Euro-R H22A to either a GSR or ITR transmission with 4.7 FD LSD gears. The conversion kit I'm interested in is the plateless Brough Performance EK kit. What I was planning on doing was running the H2B as N/A first then switching over to turbo once I get the feel for it.

    My main question is whether or not I should switch from OBD2 to OBD1 and if I should use the harness I'll get from the H22A when I buy it or if I should just use my D15B harness. Whether or not, I'll have to rewire whichever for OBD1 if I go that route. If I do go OBD1, which ECU should I use? Is there any benefits to hooking up the IAB or knock sensor? Or should I just get a Skunk2 manifold or any manifold that doesn't have the EGR or IAB in it and just run a chipped P28 with the H22 maps? My goal is to have at least 300HP after I'm turbo'd.

    Also, I've been told that I'd have to reinforce my engine bay or else the swaps gonna tear it apart. Is this true? or is good aftermarket b mounts, axles, etc. good enough to withstand the weight, torque, and power?

    Still have a lot to think through and any suggestive feedback is greatly appreciated.

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