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Old 06-03-2009, 01:01 AM   #1
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i know its possible. i cant seem to find a write up on this. been googling for the past hour. can someone point me in the right direction. i have a spare 0bd1 p75 i would like to try converting. ill check what board i have in the morning. thanks.
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you have to chip it...what motor you plan on using this with?
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after finding out what board you have, buy this:

http://www.xenocron.com/vtec-convers...b2871d9fc398cc

and click on the instructions for which board you have here:

http://www.xenocron.com/techcenter.php
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you have to chip it...what motor you plan on using this with?
i plan on using it on a stock block b20z2. and a stock gsr head combo. i have 2 p75's laying around. just wanted to try converting one for the sake of learning. i check one of the ecu's and its a 1980. looking at my ecu there appears to be small baige components already installed at the j5, j4, j3 location. the link says

" If any components are installed in those places already, leave them there as some ECUs have those components installed already."

were they refering to these locations or do i need to remove them and jump them with just new legs?
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whatever's on the instructions for the 1980 board. it specifies if it's there, leave it there. if j5,j4,j3 is not listed for removal on the instructions, leave them there.
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