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Old 29-Nov-2005, 07:31 PM
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itr swap in my crx lil problem need help

im doing a itr swap in my crx .... but it has a b16 head fully ported and polished with itr internals and an itr dissy wont fit on it so im just gonna use a obd1 dissy instead...which ecu obd1 do i use use and what else and i gonna need... liek i know i am gonna have to get that harness clip that converts but like can i guess the itr injectors... i got a obdo atly but will i be able to use it...
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Old 29-Nov-2005, 08:11 PM
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why don't you just stay obd0? Just use b-series obd0 injectors that way you don't have to change the clips and eliminate the resistor box. obd0 injectors are peak and hold and require the use of a resistor box, while obd1 and obd2 injectors are saturated and don't require the use of a resisitor box.
You can use a PR3 or PW0 (obd0 vtec) ecu and chip it with an ITR program.
You can also use an obd0 b16 or LS dizzy.
If you want to convert to obd1 i suggest using a chipped p28 w/ITR program.
I would just stay obd0 if i were you though.
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Old 29-Nov-2005, 08:25 PM
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ya i want to thanks for the help.. cuz i already have a obd0 b16 dissy and obd0 b16 injectors as well as the alty... but i thought that i would have to use a 1.8L dissy cuz of the block being a bigger then a b16 but i guess not
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Old 29-Nov-2005, 08:26 PM
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Originally posted by zeeman
why don't you just stay obd0? Just use b-series obd0 injectors that way you don't have to change the clips and eliminate the resistor box. obd0 injectors are peak and hold and require the use of a resistor box, while obd1 and obd2 injectors are saturated and don't require the use of a resisitor box.
what do u mean liek that it sounds like your just saying the same thing about the resistor box part
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any b-series dizzy will work with any b-series engine (with a little modification to the clips or hard wiring it into the harness). I am using an obd2 gsr dizzy on my obd1 b16.
I was saying if you use obd0 injectors you will not have to remove the resistor box like you would if you were to use obd1 or obd2 injectors in your crx.
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oo alrite thats cool... u got any idea from getting the timing sum what right so it will be safe to start up the motor.. cuz i dont wanna **** anything up
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and which ecu do u think is better PR3 or PW0
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