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Old 03-17-2013, 06:05 PM   #1
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Default d15b2 to jdm d15b?

i just ordered a jdm d15b for my hatch, the engine comes complete with everything including the distributor. i have a pm6 ecu which i am gonna use for the multipoint conversion. after all is said and done ill have basically no money left for a week. so im wondering is there anything else im gonna ned besides wires and connectors for the extra injectors? the dizzy that comes with the engine will work with the pm6 ecu? any info is appreciated! thanks :D
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The dizzy has to match obd with the ecu, pm6=obd0 d15b dizzy =obd1.
It won't run at all, grab an obd0-obd1 jumper harness for the ecu side and dizzy side and swap in the d15b and convert to multi point in one swoop, you'll also need at the least a p28 ecu
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actually im going zc instead just picked it up. the import guy said i can use my pm6 ecu switch to multipoint and use the dizzy thats on my hatch right now. cause its all obdo
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Default Re: d15b2 to jdm d15b?

Some jdm d15b's were obd0, you're better off going with the zc though. Much easier swap.
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