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i need help with my mini me

Old 02-10-2007, 12:02 AM
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Default i need help with my mini me

First let me start with what i have.
Ihave a 97 civic dx coupe with manual transmission. The partsI have for my mini me project are: d16y8 head, head gasket, timing belt, intake manifold, fuel rail, injectors,throttle body, and an ecu for a 97 civic ex MT.I researched and i understand how to put on the head, torque spec etc.. but whereI am confused at is when using the p2p ecu you have to install a knock sensor(where will this go?) Also fromwhatI understand the ecu will hook up without havingto do any rewiring. This is my first time working on a honda motor,I have worked on engines before but most of my experience is with working with a diesel engines.I would appreciate any help on this matter.
Old 02-10-2007, 04:38 AM
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Default RE: i need help with my mini me

i cant help you with your swap but i love that line at the bottom of your post, all the time i was in i dont think i ever heard that, thats some good trash

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Old 02-15-2007, 06:11 PM
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Default RE: i need help with my mini me

What an idiot, then why the heck did you post and waste his time reading that you liked his sig... and this kid made fun of me for not knowing about my o2 sensors... if you dont know anything about a swap why did you post?

(sorry, I had to vent on him)
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