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Old 05-14-2007, 12:08 PM   #1
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was wondering what dizzy would work for the jdm d15b vtec engine... im using an obd2 sohc vtec dizzy at the moment right now. and its not workin so well..

can i use a sohc d16z6 dizzy w/ this motor?

anyone got one for sale cheap pm me.. have headers or intake to trade.
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the Z6/Z1 distributor would be your best bet. (OBD1 SOHC VTEC)
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the Z6/Z1 distributor would be your best bet. (OBD1 SOHC VTEC)
Agreed.

I would just run a Z6, much easier to find.
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does a dizzy have anything to do w/ bad gas mileage? im getting 10/gallon
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does a dizzy have anything to do w/ bad gas mileage? im getting 10/gallon
Hmm..not that I know of.

Air filter, fuel filter, spark plugs, tire pressure, etc are what have effects on gas mileage.
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i have a d15b dizzy. 50 bux. pm me if ya interested........
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i have a d15b dizzy. 50 bux. pm me if ya interested........
is it a d15b vtec one? jdm
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is it a d15b vtec one? jdm
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You could PM him y'know. Just click the little "IM" emblem under his avatar.
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Old 05-31-2007, 12:46 PM   #11
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thanks boots... works great!! great seller if you know what i mean.

but i got code 13 car still boggin weird... nothing wrong w/ dizzy its my car...
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CEL13 is the PA sensor (or atmospheric pressure sensor). has ZERO to do with the distributor.
which ECU are you using?
Most ECUs in the US have the sensor inside the ECU but they can be damaged when chipping the ECU and they have also been known to go bad on very rare occasions.
If you have a JDM ECU then it doesn't have one and shouldn't throw the CEL unless something is wrong.
UNLESS...the ECU is chipped. JDM ECUs will throw the CEL (due to no ahrdware in the ECU) then disable the PA/boro sensor and you'll be fine.

BTW, CEL13 will cause the car to get super crap MPG, you'll be in limp home mode.
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no problem brotha. always glad to help another honda homie out. sounds like that CEL13 is your new problem. which probably explains why your getting that horrible gas mileage. which ecu are you using? the stock jdm d15b ecu?
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i was using a stock ecu w/ no cel but it bogged alot.. and today after i put on the dizzy i used the stock ecu for a lap around the block it bogged so i put in a chipped p28 which drives better but had cel. should i put back the stock ecu?
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that stock ecu for the jdm d15b is a P08 correct? I would start off with getting it to run with that stock ecu. my bet is....... that timing is still waay off.

run the stock ecu, check and set timing. then report back. i bet it'll be running like a champ.
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that stock ecu for the jdm d15b is a P08 correct? I would start off with getting it to run with that stock ecu. my bet is....... that timing is still waay off.

run the stock ecu, check and set timing. then report back. i bet it'll be running like a champ.
the stock ecu is p28.. i tried switchin it again and w/ the stock ecu it bogs.. but no check light.. i did timing w/ the chipped one its set at 14 i think... ill try to set the timing w/ the stock ecu where should i set it at?
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you dont have an aftermarket cam gear right?
if not then just set the timing. making sure that both of the lines on the pully and timing cover line up.
did you fix that fuel leak? cause that is def also part of the problem.
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you dont have an aftermarket cam gear right?
if not then just set the timing. making sure that both of the lines on the pully and timing cover line up.
did you fix that fuel leak? cause that is def also part of the problem.
yep fixed that fuel leak massive one too h uh.. lol.. imma try to do timing on the stock ecu today wish me luck
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best of luck friend. hey, look at it this waay. as least she starts and runs. she'll be spooln' up soon. don't you worry.
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did you ever get that thing running cherry?
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did you ever get that thing running cherry?
still using the chipped ecu.. w/ the code.. runs better than stock one.. never had a chance to do timing on stock ecu.. but it runs fine haha needs to be tuned though. might trade the car need money so bad.. thanks again boots... ill hit you up for sure about the other thing soon
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i have a 93 Del sol with a swapped d15b in it and having problems starting up and then when it does start it doesnt want to run right. if someone could please help me out to figure out what is going on that would be great.
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You searched. Great. You bumped an OLD thread. Bad. "doesn't want to run right" doesn't tell anyone anything. More information? That would be great.
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i have a 93 Del sol with a swapped d15b in it and having problems starting up and then when it does start it doesnt want to run right. if someone could please help me out to figure out what is going on that would be great.
Start your own thread, roadrial. And give a lot more details when you do.
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