Crome Gold Anti-lag
Crome Gold Anti-lag tuned turbo LS powered EK, engine was all stock internals with CX racing turbo kit, spoolin performance turbo manifold, 2.5in strait pipe. Tuned by Wryann VanRiper owner of VIP Performance in Portland OR this engine made 360whp on 18psi running E85 and would make full Boost at 5800rpm on 2 step anti-lag.
87 accord w/OBD1 swap
This is my pre-OBD0 to OBD1 swap on my 87 honda accord. this motor has been totally rebuilt for Boost...Sad to say the day has come to sell it for i have too many projects and have to part ways with it. Thax for all the help and support from 3geez.com.
DPFI ECU (PM5/PM9) in MPFI car? Will the Civic run?
Does that actually work? I know the two injectors on DPFI wire to injector 1 and 3, but the ECU board suggests that 1 and 2 injectors are wired together! So will 1, 2, and 3 fire or will only 1 and 3 fire?
Injector 4's pin is not attatched to anything via the board, but the ecu itself does have a pin.
CRX Slideshow: 88 CRX Project (1996-2005) & CR-X SiR Project (2005 - Present)
Sorry for the messed up aspect ratio. YouTube keeps disabling the audio on every other version I upload, except this one... This is a slideshow I quickly threw together showing my 88 CRX (Project 88) over the years and how it went from when I purchased it; and then thru its 'ricer' days and into Y2K where it slowly became a JDM build.
I discovered the Japanese market differences thru a Hot Rod Honda (remember that mag?) article and seeing Will McQueen's rear-seat equipped CRX in 1998 at the 1st Annual BC CRX Meet. I really began modifying what Project 88 was going to be when I started looking on the 'net to learn more about those differences.
It then became about the economics. When SiRs were first eligible to be imported into Canada in 2004, I soon realized that for me to finish the SiR replica would cost about twice as much than importing what I was trying to duplicate. I already had the pieces necessary to perform a restoration on one if need be (and there was a "need" on this one LOL), so I decided to get one and I've never looked back...
civic ef b18c 2.L
civic ee9 SI-R / ef9 b18c6 integra type r motor 2.l
265hp at flywhel.stock itr gear box 4.785 with torsen
95 MM CRANK 82 CP PISTONS
port and polish head (b18c5) by billvtec
ferrea competition plus valvetrain
bronze valve guide
tilton 2 disc flywheel clutch.
bc racing er coilovers
fonction 7 rear lower control arms
front and rear sway bars progress
sparco roll cage
energy suspension kit and spherical bearing
honda civic ee9 france
E-Mance ECU tune problems!!! can you help
we did a GA16DE to SR20DET swap and after we installed everything perfectly we were having minor problems with the e-mance ecu. Although the guy that runs e-mance is a smart person he took care of the problem right away with his great customer support and communication. Now the car is running good. The smoke was not condensation it was running too rich of an AFR mixture. The problem was very minor now its taken care of and the car runs pretty good.
I just order another ecu from E-mance for my RWD SR20DET S13 240SX and I am a happy customer!
1990 Honda Civic MPFI Swap Problems
I have a 1990 Honda Civic with the SOHC D15B2. I did the MPFI Swap on this and wired everything up (possibly where my problem is) and at the moment I have a CEL code 4. That is the Crankshaft Position Sensor. Not sure what problems this would cause. My problem is when I start the car it runs and I open the throttle fast and it bogs down. If I slowly open it it will rev up to 3000 rpm then it bounces as you hear in the end of the video.
How to Chip a Honda 92-95 ECU Part 1/3
To see the full DIY of this video log on to www.imperio-honda.net
This DIY is to chip the following ECU's:
P28 - 1992-1995 Civic EX/Si | Del Sol Si
P30 - 1992-1995 Del Sol VTEC
P61 - 1992-1993 Integra GS-R
P72 - 1994-1995 Integra GS-R
P75 - 1992-1995 Integra RS/LS/GS/SE
P05 - 1992-1995 Civic EX
P06 - 1992-1995 Civic DX
Sorry the DIY is in spanish. But just pay attention and look at each of the pictures and that will be enough to know how to DIY!