B18b Swap Into 91 EF ECU Questions

Discussion in 'Engine Tech / Drivetrain' started by Thewhitecivic, Oct 9, 2011.



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  1. Thewhitecivic

    Thewhitecivic New Member

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    Im Swapping A B18B into my EF 91(OBDO)
    i know i have to make it into OBD1
    But What ECU do i use?
    Do i use the PR4 or The P75?
    or will either work?

    and can some one explain to me the process of making it into OBD1 from OBDO

    Please and Thank You
     
  2. knorm

    knorm New Member

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    so alot of thing can factor in your decision.... pr4 would probably be your best bet cause u wont be running the crank angle sensor and you wont be runn ing the large air flo sensor ontop the intake so i would go pr4. the p75 obd2 evu you probably wont be able to find a jumper harness to run it, you would have to jump obd0 to obd2..... pr4 would be best bet. obd1 alot less to worry about and much more simple to run and tune..
     
  3. Thewhitecivic

    Thewhitecivic New Member

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    thank you so much
    and will the OBDO to OBD1 adapter harness work for that?
     


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