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Old 07-16-2005, 12:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Okay here is my dilema...I have a obd1 DOHC ZC that I made into obd0. Well I bought another ported and polished DOHC ZC manifold from a guy in california that had his intake manifold done by JG engine Dynamics. Its here now but different in some ways such as where the sensors are located and the number of little valves and pipes coming off the new manifold. I believe the new manifold may be obd0. Is it possible to have this manifold work as far as sensors and valves go on my car? I am not sure which valves to pinch off and such, but I know the manifold fits on my car because the new manifold gasket I bought lines up great.

Here are some pics so you guys see what the hell I'm talking about.

New manifold:






Old manifold pics:





I would appreciate any help here guys...
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Old 07-16-2005, 12:42 PM   #2 (permalink)
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the diffrence is the one he gave you is OBD0 it is more vacume driven, on your new Thorottle body the lagre valve is for the charcole canister and the smaller one is for the map sensor that is suppose to be mounted on the firewall. The other 3 on the front of the intake manifold one gose to the fuel pressure regulator and the other im not sure. To use the manifold your gonna have to make sure you have the map sensor on the fire wall of your car and you're going to need a vacume diagram so you can find what gose were. It should be on the hood of your car.

Oh and sell me the obd1 intake manifold without injectors i need it for my obd1 car.

EDIT: Yes you most definitly can use it on your car.

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Old 12-24-2005, 11:12 AM   #3 (permalink)
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I'm not understanding what you mean when you say you made it ODB0...... all DOHC ZC's are ODB0. The only ODB1 ZC that they make is the SOHC ZC.
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I'm not understanding what you mean when you say you made it ODB0...... all DOHC ZC's are ODB0. The only ODB1 ZC that they make is the SOHC ZC.
Wrong. There is a ODBI DOHC ZC.
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I'm not understanding what you mean when you say you made it ODB0...... all DOHC ZC's are ODB0. The only ODB1 ZC that they make is the SOHC ZC.
You are wrong about that. Better check your info before you go making a fool out of yourself.
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I'm not understanding what you mean when you say you made it ODB0...... all DOHC ZC's are ODB0. The only ODB1 ZC that they make is the SOHC ZC.
Ok then how do you explain this....
This is a pic of an obd0 zc


And this is a pic of an obd1 zc


Now if you'll notice that the difference between the two are that the intake manifold are different the crank angle sensor is on the exhaust cam on the obd0 zc and not on the obd1 zc because it's in the distributor their are other differences but I think that's sufficient....
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