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Old 08-22-2002, 06:42 PM   #1
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I would like to know if everyone that has installed an Sir2 engine, as well as the obd1 conversion in to their EF has had the same dissapointing results as the Sir obd0 people. Meaning 14.5-15.0 on stock motors ? The reason Im asking is because I hate obd1 for a number of reasons, and am wondering if an obd1 setup will yeld me better results. Btw, Im going to install an Sir2 long block, and not just an Sir converted to obd1.
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14.5-15.0 are very reasonable numbers for a stock motor.
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I guess that didnt come out right. All I really want to know is what kinda of experience have people had with Sir2 running full obd1 electronics in their EF. While still using the cable tranny though, I have no plans on swapping to hydro.
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with any Bseries motor i would do a OBD-1 conversion, why?... because there are more tunning possiblites(hondata)
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i converted the my sir-2 to obdo and i love it . i had a b18a in the car 1st and it was just torquey . then i put a 1st gen b16 in and i thought it was kool but the 10 more hp of the sir-2 is realyy unnoticable.
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with any Bseries motor i would do a OBD-1 conversion, why?... because there are more tunning possiblites(hondata)
there is hondata systems for the pw0/pr3. I'm getting one when I boost.
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