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DPFI to MPFI , then adding a VTEC..HELP!

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Old 04-29-2007, 07:35 PM
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Default DPFI to MPFI , then adding a VTEC..HELP!

decided to do a swap to a MPFI from my DPFI. Change to a VTEC head from D16Z6 engine. I need help in to which steps i need to take. Im going to do the full injection swap first and im confused on the ECU replacement considering im doing the vtec swap later. Can i keep the PM6 ECU from the FI swap or do i have to change that. Im not worried about the money part. I need step by step instructions starting from the FI swap. I have heard toconvertmyOBD0 to aOBD1( which already has the DPFI TO MPFI ) usingboomslang frabricator converter , and get a P28 ECU. Ok.. so i will do that but... is there any other wiring needed to be done when i later swap to a VTEC head?
 
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Old 04-29-2007, 07:39 PM
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Default RE: DPFI to MPFI , then adding a VTEC..HELP!

You're gonna need to run your vtak wires through the firewall and put the pins in the ecu. But that part is cake.
 
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Old 04-29-2007, 07:52 PM
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Default RE: DPFI to MPFI , then adding a VTEC..HELP!

How and where do i get these parts for the pins and VTAK wires. VTAK WIRES? lol
 
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