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Old 07-05-2006, 12:53 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have now decided to use a D16z6 head as i managed to find one at a resonable price so...

I now have the following...

D15b2 bottom end
D16z6 Head
MPFI Intake manifold
P28 ECU
and a cut interior OBD1 loom

What are the other main bits i'm going to need?? Also does anyone have any wiring diagrams that i can look through to help me with running VTEC and MPFI

I will use this thread for my rebuild and post up pics and ask for advice as i go along so please keep checking back.

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Old 07-05-2006, 06:24 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Is it the EDM 5th gen by the looks of your avatar? Let me know as I can post a pinout of the PO4 ecu in the EDM civic. You will also need the d16z6 dizzy and all appropriate gaskets, and an O2 sensor. Same mini-me Im in the middle of mate. VTEC!
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Hi bud ye that would be great!! Think I've added you on MSN after seeing your topic about it, if not bud it's chrisellis@btcc.org

The only thing i'm missing on my inlet manifold is the MAP sensor, where is the best place to locate one of these? Are they expensive new?

Do you need to replace both O2 sensors?? (The one in the CAT and the Manifold?)

Sorry for all the questions, really am a begineer, doing it for my college IVA

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1.You will need distributor, spark plugs, spark plug wires, D16Z6 timing belt,
head gasket,cam gear (of course).

2.find map sensor at a junk yard.

3.yes, you will need to replace o2 sensors.
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Hi mate, cool I'll check my MSN soon, see if your on. Yeah you are doing the exact same swap I'm doing. Its taken me months and months of research as like you say there doesnt seem to be any UK mini-me write ups. Im planning to do one. Think I finally know everything you need and what to do now so any questions gimme a shout. The only thing I'm struggling to find is the distributor.
The main differences or problems that we will come across is the fact that the D15B2 in the EG in europe is a kind OBD0. So we have to convert to OBD1. pinout here -
As its DPFI too we'll convert to MPFI but you aready know that as you have the intake manifold too.
Apparantly an adjustable cam gear would be good too as it might be half a tooth off but Ive not got one yet.
Im pretty sure you can use the map sensor of the D15b2, think they are the same but I wasnt sure so just took a throttle mounted one off a car at the car breakers just in case. Here is the pinout for the p04, use the DPFI column -
http://psytronix.org/engine/pinout.html

http://www.d-series.org/forums/engine-building/24640-scottish-guy-needs-d15b2-help-post277223.html
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http://www.psytronix.org/xo/modules/...hp?articleid=8
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Thanks bud,

I started my mini-me yesterday so wil update it daily in this topic so let me know any advice and help as i go along, speak to you soon hopefully

My Mini-me Engine Rebuild/buildup, D15b2 bottom end - D16z6 Head

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