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Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by SiR_crx, Nov 17, 2006.

  1. SiR_crx

    SiR_crx New Member

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    ok so heres the deal i'm getting ready to pull the B18B out of my crx and i'm going to order the motor (B16a SiR II) does any one have a clue as to the OBD of the car, like what it should be, and what the new motor is going to be, am i gonna end up wiring like way more shit than i could have ever dreamed of, or is a lot of it just gonna be plug and play type stuff... i'm new to this stuff, so don't think that i'm just a posser, just trying to get started off right....
     
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    AHHVTEC Well-Known Member VIP

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    well if your are ready running a b18b then its plug and play because the sir2 is a obd1 and so is he b18b all you have to do it drop her right in and run a couple wires very easy
     
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    The B18b 'could' be OBD2...
     
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    so what if its obd2??? is this gonna be a bitch to swap if its like obd1->obd2 or vise versa????
     
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    not hard to do a conversion. just get a p28 4 wire 02 sensor jumper harness for the ecu and a obd-1 dizzy. here's a hint rywire.com and kingdistributors you'll want a td44u. if you got wirning q's i got ya covered. i did my own.
     
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    wow dude thanks... alot... i think ??? i'm still a lil' confused but i think that i'm starting to understand everything a little bit more....
     
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    just send me a pm and i'll talk you through it.
     
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