Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by soCh_CRX_V-TEcH, May 6, 2004.
Need help on how to wire VTEC to a shift light?
No I did a D16Z6 swap on my CRX and I did DX to ZC wiring. Since I didn't swap the VTEC ecu with the harness i the only way to use my VTEC is to get the controller for or use a tachometer with the shift light to activate VTEC. I choose to use the a shift light but don't know how to wire it.
DIY VTEC light Check that out, I plan on doing that sometime this summer, or whenever time permits
i THINK he means he wants to activate VTEC with an RPM switch
shitty idea IMO
fuel and timing will be way off
YoU aRe A wAsTe Of HuMaN sKiN aNd SpErM, d00d!
You should have wired your VTEC correctly in the first place.
agreed, you should get an ECU that has VTEC on it, have a VTEC chip added
http://crx.honda-perf.org/articles/moremin...moreminime.html that sites for the mini-me swap, but the VTEC part applies to you
the vtec-enabled version of TurboEdit is in late beta now. I was actually going to try to test the thing out today as a final pre-release test.
Has independent tables like PR3/PW0/OBD1.
has support for boost, including 2bar/2.5bar/3bar
has direct support for Transtronics Romulator
alpha/beta support for PGMFI RTP realtime solution
has datalogging / map trace function
in other words, if you're willing to get your hands dirty you can have a really elegant solution to your current dilemma for very little money. Notice: I said "get your hands dirty." I.E. Learning, thinking, soldering, head-scratching. This is not a good approach if you need spoon feeding.
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