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LSVTEC in LS INTEGRA - wiring

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by traction issuez, Apr 6, 2004.

  1. traction issuez

    traction issuez Junior Member

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    i have an ls that i'm going do LSVTEC with. I want to know if there is already VTEC wired up on the LS INTEGRAS? i know 92 civics and 93-95 ex/si/vx comes with VTEC wires already.

    Or do i have to run new wires for them. I don't know what ECU i'm going to use yet. Most likly chipped p28.

    thanks in advance.
    -mike
     
  2. E_SolSi

    E_SolSi Member of the 20 nut club Moderator VIP

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    you will need to run the wires yourself
     
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    yes, like E_SolSi mentioned, you will have to wire in VTEC manually. 90-91 US integra's never came with VTEC wiring dormant in the underdash like 92 civics do.

    Using a P28 will be easy if you own a 92-93 integra. Does your integra's make fall under the 92-93 year? if so good, your car is OBD1 spec, but you will still have to wire in VTEC if you use a P28 ecu.

    If your car is a 90-91 integra, you'll have some work ahead of you in order to use a P28 ecu (converting to OBD1 is required).
     
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