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Small video feature of my 1991 LX Sedan

Postby Jon Widmer » Fri Aug 21, 2015 8:31 am

Tell me what you think!? Thanks for watching!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ggxLCGiWuzg
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Re: Small video feature of my 1991 LX Sedan

Postby 91hatchligon » Sat Aug 22, 2015 5:41 am

Very nice! Question for you have you ever done a DPFI to MPFI odb1? I've done a lot of research and i feel like a know a bit about it but i still can't talk myself into doing it. I have everything I need I think.... lol thoughts?
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Re: Small video feature of my 1991 LX Sedan

Postby Sandman » Sat Aug 22, 2015 9:15 am

looking good :)
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Re: Small video feature of my 1991 LX Sedan

Postby Jon Widmer » Sun Aug 23, 2015 8:49 am

91hatchligon wrote:Very nice! Question for you have you ever done a DPFI to MPFI odb1? I've done a lot of research and i feel like a know a bit about it but i still can't talk myself into doing it. I have everything I need I think.... lol thoughts?


Not to obd1, not yet at least. I have done many dpfi to mpfi swaps though. I've been wanting to convert my obd0 b16a that's in my Si but it has never been a priority. I'd do the dpfi to mpfi first, then convert to obd1 after you've finished with no problems.

How come you want to go obd1?
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Re: Small video feature of my 1991 LX Sedan

Postby 91hatchligon » Sun Aug 23, 2015 6:39 pm

I'm running a d15b7 that I took out of a 93 civic, I purchased an entire wrecked car so I have the ECU, intake and distributor for the odb1 I also came across a free odb0 to odb1 jumper Image
I guess my main dilemma is converting from the dpfi distributor wires to work with MPFI. I haven't found real clear instructions on this or maybe I'm just blind lol
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Re: Small video feature of my 1991 LX Sedan

Postby Sikocivic » Sun Sep 13, 2015 1:54 pm

You are going to need an OBD1 dizzy to work with the OBD1 ECU. I am pretty sure one from a D16y8 should work.
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Re: Small video feature of my 1991 LX Sedan

Postby Jon Widmer » Thu Sep 17, 2015 8:22 am

They make conversion harnesses for the distributor plugs as well. I would get one of those. Going from dpfi to mpfi on the distributor plugs is easy. After you have that completed you can use the distributor harness to go to obd1.
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