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Swap question: Will D16Y8 ecu and vtec subharness work with LS B18 motor

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  1. BIGhebrew

    BIGhebrew long hair don't care.

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    will a d16y8 ecu and vtec subharness work with a ls b18 motor or would i need a new wiring harness and ecu all together?
     
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  3. gizmox122

    gizmox122 h2bcivic 5+ Year Member

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    your car should start ok with the p2p ex ecu, but its best to run a ls obd2b ecu cause of the different fuel maps or you can also run a obd2-obd1 conversion harness with a chipped ecu so you can tune it in the future.
     


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