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Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by tegra2g, May 24, 2008.

  1. tegra2g

    tegra2g New Member

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    b18c1 92 teg swap

    ok I have a couple of quick questions

    I have a 1992 integra RS and I am currently in the process of building a 1996 b18c1 for boost, I just want to make sure I get everything covered.

    since the motor came from a OBD2 car what types of different things will I need to do to the ecu to do the swap?
    I will be using a USDM p72 ecu, on crome.

    do I need to use a OBD1 distrubutor?

    tell me if I am missing anything

    I have searched alot of different forums but keep getting alot of mixed answers, help me out.
     
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    BrutalB83 Brutal Moderator Moderator VIP

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    If you plan on running the car as OBD1, then yes, you will need OBD1 accessories...
     
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    such as I don't want to miss anything I am going to honda on tuesday with my shopping list lol,

    I need the OBD 1 distributor that is for certain, will the stock one be ok for boost, I was wondering about the MSD distributor with the external coil if that would be any better
     
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    Stock Honda ignitions are good for ridiculous amounts of power. I'd probably skip the MSD stuff, it's not really necessary...
     
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    ya thats what I have noticed,
    for plugs I was looking at getting plugs from pulse star I beleive thats what they are called
     
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