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Old 09-02-2008, 10:12 AM   #1
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Hey guys,
I need to convert to OBD1. I am running a stock D16A and i know i have to change to a 4 wire 02 sensor but i dont know what type of distributor i need. I have read so many different suggestions but they all contradict each other. I is hust a obd0 D16A non-vtec head. Which obd1 dizzy would fit. The reason i am going to go to obd1 is to run a Hondata.

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Old 09-02-2008, 10:33 AM   #2
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the distributor that you need is a TD-41U or TD-42U.
TD-41U found on DX, LX civics from 92-95
TD-42U found on EX, Si civics from 92-95
it all depends on what your set up is going to be. if your stayin non vtec you can use a TD-41U but it might not bolt up to your current motor. i know when i did a mini me i had to modify the ears to bolt up to my old D16A6 bottom and D16Z6 head.
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thanks for the info!

i am going to keep the engine stock with the D16A head.

anyone got one of those distributors laying around or know where i can get one.
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Old 09-03-2008, 07:38 PM   #4
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another questions,

The Td-41U says it is for the 1.5L . Is it ok to run on the 1.6L. or what about the TD42U that is for Vtec engines. Is that ok to have even if im not running vtec
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if the motor has a distro already just rewire it for obd0, this is assuming you have a si or hf car

the other two wires black and blue, wire right up the the new distro black and blue wires
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