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Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by racintweek, Mar 27, 2004.

  1. racintweek

    racintweek Senior Member

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    92 ls going into 91 hatch
    isnt there a different connector to the dizzy?
     
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    crx Senior Member

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    what model hatch? 92 ls is obd 1, you can convert the engine to obd0 by using a 90-91 dizzy and ecu. if you have a si then you can use your dizzy(top bolt only lines up) and ecu for now.
     
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    i have 91 standard

    i have a dizzy from a 91 si
    so i just swap the teg one and the si one and it will work?
    i have all the wiring frm the si also will that help?
     
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    brian11to1 Senior Member

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    If the 91 HB was or is an SI you can use that engien harness, just extend a few things. Use the ECU im sending you monday, and an 90-91 LS dist. I have one of those as well, I can sell for $65 + shipping
     
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    the ls motor is going into a 91 std

    i have everything from a 91 rex si exept the body
    too rusted it was a fun demolition



    i know ive gotta do the dpfi-mpfi conv
    is there any way to use what ive got and just switch the wiring on the dizzy?
     
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    brian11to1 Senior Member

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    that distributor is designed for a SOHC motor, it will work however, it just makes more since to use one that fits properly and that's designed for that particular engine. I understand what it it's like to be on a budget. IF you cnat afford to get the distributor then you'll be alright. I was simply saying I have the dist. if you need it.
     
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    im a broke ass mofo who doesnt know shit about this type of stuff
    trying to learn and be cheap at the same time dosent seem to be working too well
     
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    brian11to1 Senior Member

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    I understand. Im here to help in anyway I can.
     
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