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Obd0 to obd1 and MORE

Postby dexterthedeviant » Sun Aug 01, 2010 8:32 pm

Right off the bat I want to give a list of what I have done so We don't have to spend a couple of days answering questions about what I have/ haven't done.

Here we go.

I have a 1988 civic sedan that just did an engine swap on.
Swapped out the stock d series motor for a b16a SiR1 motor.
Current Ecu is obd0.
Did a full dpfi to mpfi conversion.
Changed the IM and TB to match what is in a 94 del sol for californias picky taste. Both of which were throughly cleaned befor the install.  Apparently JDM isn't welcome... :thud:
Currently not throwing ANY codes.
Swapped the TPS.
New spark plugs.
Currently has the dual o2 sensor set up.
Removed all the AC components.
New radiator.
MAP is stock from the D series.
Recently had all of the exhaust piping and muffler changed from the cat back.
The fuel pump is stock.

Here is my issue, the car will run great at higher rpm's but in the low rpm's it will bog down and sputter a bit, this comes as challenge just for the fact that this is the speed the the guy doing the smog check needs it at in order to smog it.
I have adjusted the TPS to the factory specs, which has helped a bit, but it is still a significant amount of sputtering.

Bought an obd0 to obd1 harness, a obd1 p30 ecu, a 4 wire o2 sensor, and I am planning on installing these in the next week or so.

I am running into an issue though, first off I am not sure if this will cure the problem, secondly I have heard that I will need to get an obd1 dizzy. If this is so, how can I figure out if my dizzy is obd1 and if it isn't, can I just buy an oem replacement for a 94 del sol 1.6l VTEC?

Btw californias laws suck!

I think that my new sig is going to be a picture of the DMV burning to the ground...
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Re: Obd0 to obd1 and MORE

Postby freydaddy » Mon Aug 02, 2010 4:56 am

im trying to figure out why you have 2 o2 sensors in OBD0.
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Re: Obd0 to obd1 and MORE

Postby cougar289 » Mon Aug 02, 2010 6:26 am

dexterthedeviant wrote:
Bought an obd0 to obd1 harness, a obd1 p30 ecu, a 4 wire o2 sensor, and I am planning on installing these in the next week or so.

I am running into an issue though, first off I am not sure if this will cure the problem, secondly I have heard that I will need to get an obd1 dizzy. If this is so, how can I figure out if my dizzy is obd1 and if it isn't, can I just buy an oem replacement for a 94 del sol 1.6l VTEC?


You will need an obd1 dist for the obd1 conversion. One from a obd1 B16 should work fine.

What obd0 ecu are you currently running?

Checked cam timing? Ignition timing?
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Re: Obd0 to obd1 and MORE

Postby 91B16AHB » Mon Aug 02, 2010 8:01 am

freydaddy wrote:im trying to figure out why you have 2 o2 sensors in OBD0.


My B16 is OBD0 with two O2 sensors as well...throws a cel almost allways ::) :(
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Re: Obd0 to obd1 and MORE

Postby dexterthedeviant » Sat Aug 14, 2010 5:05 am

So I'm starting to get a but fed up with this whole thing. The dizzy that I have in the car is a td 22u. The one that I bought is a td-42u... When I was mocking this thing up the bolts didn't line up. Two of them do, but one does not, it fits in the hole and "looks"like it would work. This is an obd1 dizzy from a 94 del sol.

I have a pr3 ecu, a jdm block it's a Sir 1.

To be installed is a p30 ecu, wire conversion harness, and a new dizzy, but im not entirely sure if this dizzy will work. I want to blow this flipping swap up right about now. Nothing is going right, I had it impounded the other night for sitting on the street.

If someone can point me in the right direction as to what parts I need to get for this whole thing, it would be awesome.
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Re: Obd0 to obd1 and MORE

Postby dexterthedeviant » Sat Aug 14, 2010 8:20 am

Found this.

I see alot of people each year get punked by someone selling a distributor claming it's a vtec distributor but it come out thats its not so to avoid alot of people's headaches I made a list of all the distributors. all the code are located on the aluminum part were the screw holes are at on the side i will post a pic up later on.

-Please Sticky-

Distributors:
all the code's are in bold black letters

Acura

HTO2 Acura CL 98-99 2300cc with Hitachi Distributor D4T9607, D4T97-03

HT06 Acura CL 97 2200cc with Hitachi Distributor D4T94-03

HT09* Acura CL 97-99 3000cc with Hitachi Distributor D6P96-01

TD76 Acura CL 97 2156cc with TEC Distributor TD-76U (External Coil)

TD63 Acura EL (Canada) 99-00 1590cc with TEC Distributor TD-63U & TD-73U

TD80 Acura EL (Canada) 97 1590cc with TEC Distributor TD-80U

TD03 Acura Integra 88-89 1590cc 1st generation JDM ZC Engine with TEC Distributor TD-03U

TD03C Acura Integra 88-89 1590cc 1st generation JDM ZC Engine with TEC Distributor TD-03U w/Chrome Housing

TD23 Acura Integra 90-91 1834cc with TEC Distributor TD-23U, TD-24U

TD44 Acura Integra 92-95 1678cc 2nd Generation "B" Series with TEC Distributor TD-44U

TD44C Acura Integra 92-95 1678cc 2nd Generation "B" Series with TEC Distributor TD-44U & TD-68U w/Chrome Housing

TD44OBD0 Acura Integra 92-93 1678cc N/A

TD55 Acura Integra 92-95 1834cc with TEC Distributor TD-55U, TD-46U

TD68 Acura Integra 92-95 1678cc 2nd generation "B" Series with TEC Distributor TD-68U

TD85 Acura Integra 96-01 1834cc with TEC Distributor TD-85U

TD01T* Acura Legend 86-90 2675cc with TEC Distributor TD-01T

TD68 Acura Type R &GS-R 94-95 1797cc with TEC Distributor TD-68U

TD84 Acura Type R &GS-R 96-01 1797cc with TEC Distributor TD-81U, TD-84U, TD-86U & TD-87U

TD84C Acura Type R &GS-R 96-01 1797cc with TEC Distributor TD-81U, TD-84U, TD-86U & TD-87U w/Chrome Housing

TD11T Acura Vigor 92-94 2456cc with TEC Distributor TD-11T

Honda:

HT01 Honda Accord 94-95 2200cc with Hitachi Distributor D4T92-04 w/One Plug

HT02 Honda Accord 98-02 2300cc with Hitachi Distributor D4T96-07

HT03 Honda Accord 95-97 2200cc with Hitachi Distributor D6P94-01 (External Coil) (V6 Engine)

HT06 Honda Accord 96-97 2200cc with Hitachi Distributor D4T94-03

HT09* Honda Accord 98-99 3000cc with Hitachi Distributor D6P96-01

HT28* Honda Accord 86-89 1955cc Carb. Hitachi Non California Emissions Version

TD01N* Honda Accord 86-87 1955cc with TEC Distributor TD-01N w/Programmed F.I.

TD06N* Honda Accord 88-89 1955cc with TEC Distributor TD-06N w/M.T.

TD30 Honda Accord 93-95 2156cc UK Specified ONLY with TEC Distributor TD-30U

TD31 Honda Accord 90-91 2156cc with TEC Distributor TD-31U, TD-34U & TD-58U

TD31 Honda Accord 94-95 2156cc with TEC Distributor TD-31U, TD-34U & TD-58U

TD42K* Honda Accord 86-89 1955cc with TEC Distributor TD-42K w/M.T. Fed, A.T. All

TD43K* Honda Accord 86-89 1955cc with TEC Distributor TD-43K Exc Programmed F.I. M.T. California Emissions Version

TD52 Honda Accord 92-95 2156cc with TEC Distributor TD-52U & TD-59U (External Coil)

TD76 Honda Accord 96-97 2156cc with TEC Distributor TD-76U (External Coil)

TD89 Honda Accord 97-00 2200cc JDM H22 (Internal Coil) Type "S" with TEC Distributor TD-89U

HT04 Honda Civic 96-00 1590cc with Hitachi Distributor D4T94-05

TD01 Honda Civic 88-91 1493cc with TEC Distributor TD-01U

TD02 Honda Civic 88-91 1590cc with TEC Distributor TD-02U & TD-18U

TD03 Honda Civic 88-91 1590cc 1st generation JDM ZC Engine with TEC Distributor TD-03U

TD22 Honda Civic 88-91 JDM 1st generation JDM "B" Series with TEC Distributor TD-22U & TD-28U

TD22C Honda Civic 88-91 JDM 1st generation JDM "B" Series with TEC Distributor TD-22U & TD-28U w/Chrome Housing

TD40 Honda Civic 93-95 1493cc UK Specified ONLY with TEC Distributor TD-40U

TD41 Honda Civic 92-95 1493cc with TEC Distributor TD-41U Non-VTEC

TD42 Honda Civic 92-95 1493cc with TEC Distributor TD-42U VTEC

TD42 Honda Civic 92-95 1590cc with TEC Distributor TD-42U VTEC

TD42C Honda Civic 92-95 1493cc with TEC Distributor TD-42U VTEC w/Chrome Housing

TD42C Honda Civic 92-95 1590cc with TEC Distributor TD-42U VTEC w/Chrome Housing

TD43 Honda Civic 92-95 1590cc 2nd Generation JDM ZC Engine with TEC Distributor TD-43U

TD63 Honda Civic 99-00 1590cc with TEC Distributor TD-63U & TD-73U

TD80 Honda Civic 96-00 1590cc with TEC Distributor TD-80U & TD-98U

TD84 Honda Civic 96-01 1797cc Si w/"B" Series Engine with TEC Distributor TD-81U, TD-84U, TD-86U & TD-87U

TD84C Honda Civic 96-01 1797cc Si w/"B" Series Engine with TEC Distributor TD-81U, TD-84U, TD-86U & TD-87U w/Chrome Housing

TD41 Honda Civic Del Sol 92-95 1493cc S, with TEC Distributor TD-41U

TD42 Honda Civic Del Sol 92-95 1590cc Si, with TEC Distributor TD-42U

TD44OBD0 Honda Civic Del Sol 92-95 1595cc VTEC

TD80 Honda Civic Del Sol 96-97 1590cc with TEC Distributor TD-80U & TD-98U

TD44 Honda Civic Del Sol VTEC 92-95 1595cc 2nd Generation "B" Series with TEC Distributor TD-44U

TD44C Honda Civic Del Sol VTEC 92-95 1595cc 2nd Generation "B" Series with TEC Distributor TD-44U & TD-68U w/Chrome Housing

TD68 Honda Civic Del Sol VTEC 92-95 1595cc 2nd Generation "B" Series with TEC Distributor TD-68U

TD74 Honda CR-V 97-00 2000cc with TEC Distributor TD-74U (Check OE Casting #)

TD85 Honda CR-V 96-98 1834cc with TEC Distributor TD-85U

TD97 Honda CR-V 97-00 2000cc with TEC Distributor TD-97U (Check OE Casting #)

TD01 Honda CRX 88-91 1493cc with TEC Distributor TD-01U

TD02 Honda CRX 88-91 1590cc with TEC Distributor TD-02U & TD-18U

HT05 Honda Odyssey 95 2200cc with Hitachi Distributor D4T93-03 w/TWO Plugs

HT07 Honda Odyssey 96-97 2200cc with Hitachi Distributor D4T94-07

HT10 Honda Passport 96-97 2600cc with Hitachi Distributor D4P94-01

IZ01* Honda Passport 94-96 2559cc 8-94476-143-1

TD01N* Honda Prelude 84-87 1955cc with TEC Distributor TD-01N w/Programmed F.I.

TD02P* Honda Prelude 88-91 1958cc with TEC Distributor TD-02P

TD52 Honda Prelude 92-95 2156cc with TEC Distributor TD-52U & TD-59U Non-VTEC (External Coil)

TD60 Honda Prelude 92-96 2200cc JDM H22 (Internal Coil) with TEC Distributor TD-60U

TD60C Honda Prelude 92-96 2200cc JDM H22 (Internal Coil) with TEC Distributor TD-60U w/Chrome Housing

TD61 Honda Prelude 92-96 2259cc with TEC Distributor TD-61U VTEC (External Coil)

TD61C Honda Prelude 92-96 2259cc with TEC Distributor TD-61U VTEC (External Coil) w/Chrome Housing

TD77 Honda Prelude 97-01 2200cc with TEC Distributor TD-77U (External Coil)



What am I going to need?
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Re: Obd0 to obd1 and MORE

Postby el_jelly » Sat Aug 14, 2010 10:06 am

Good info.
IHeartMySTD wrote: We all know we like our women and cars with D's, not B's!!!! ;)

Where most of the questions are already answered > Engine swap guide, FAQs and Index thread
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Re: Obd0 to obd1 and MORE

Postby dexterthedeviant » Sat Aug 14, 2010 7:27 pm

I thought it was too, but the problem I have is that I cannot find the one that I need in order to convert my setup into an obd1.
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Re: Obd0 to obd1 and MORE

Postby dexterthedeviant » Sat Aug 14, 2010 9:31 pm

I was told that this one would work... Can I get a verify on this before i buy?

TD68 Acura Type R &GS-R 94-95 1797cc with TEC Distributor TD-68U
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Re: Obd0 to obd1 and MORE

Postby dexterthedeviant » Mon Aug 16, 2010 8:08 pm

So I found someone that has done the same swap as myself, he claims that the td-44u worked for himself. So going to do that and then see what happens. I'll keep you updated.
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