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Old 05-Jul-2007, 07:23 PM
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b18b dizzy

I am in desperate need of a b18b '96 dizzy. Do any others fit? i was not sure of this...and if anyone can direct me to a working used one i would be your bff for ever

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Old 05-Jul-2007, 07:38 PM
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you can use a vtec dizzy. or a b20 dizzy.
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Old 05-Jul-2007, 07:40 PM
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ya? any beseries? i wasnt sure
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well pretty much any b-series.
If you use an obd1 dizzy you'll have to wire up obd1 clips onto your harness so you can plug it in.
You can NOT use an obd0 dizzy with obd1/obd2 ecu...just doesn't work.
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