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[quote=""r4BBiT""](but i got 5 finger discount on ECU if u know wat i mean ;))[/quote]
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im swapping to mpfi becaus im switching over to either a ZC or d16z6, will i need to change the ecu t a pm7/p28 for this to work or could i just use the stock ecu
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Dave wrote: im swapping to mpfi  becaus im switching over to either a ZC or d16z6, will i need to change the ecu t a pm7/p28 for this to work or could i just use the stock ecu
You will need an ecu that is capable of running MPFI. P28 would be great for a D16Z6, PM7 for a ZC.

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does anyone have a link to a site for diy wiring for a b series harness finally have my b series harness obd o to 1 jumper and my b18 block lookin for my head and all the other goodies but want to see what i have to do to incorporate the b series harness to the dx wiring without replacing every harness throughout the entire car HELP
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put that question in the technical area, this sticky is just for dpfi to mpfi stuff.
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Just did this conversion on my hatch, in order to be able to put my turbo on.
Want too hard if you have some wiring expirience and some patience.
If i could make one reccomendation it would be to get a EF Si IM, instead of a EG IM or any other IM off of another model honda. EF Si will be the easiest and most direct switch.
Good luck :)

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So where do you wire in the harness for the fast idle solenoid valve? I have the plug and all that jazz I just need to know where to run the wires from.

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one wire is ground and the other one was blue i think and it was one of the wires you cut at ecu for mpfi swap, i i thinks its b2, good luck ;)

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More dpfi-mpfi articles:

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And another one with pics and diagrams:

http://www.angelfire.com/d20/hcivic88/dx-siwiring.html

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this is the guide i'm gonna go by: http://enginemaniac.blogspot.com/2009/1 ... -swap.html

seems pretty straight forward

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I remember seeing that blog before...

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I am also going to do this swap for my engine before i go with VTEC. But it has been hard finding an actual MPFI intake system.
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Re: DPFI to MPFI Conversion

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I have a 91 hatch Dpfi automatic. I replaced b2 motor with ZC 1.6. Now I want to do the conversion to MPFI. What ECU should I be looking for that will work with my AT set up. Thanks in advance for any input.

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