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Old 12-26-2005, 02:46 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I know there are D15 non vtec OBDI ECUs, but Im looking for a D16 non vtec OBDI ECU. I will be using this ECU with an aus spec D16Y4.
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Old 12-28-2005, 07:35 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Get your ECU chipped and it doesn't matter I dunno about that, I'm 99.9% sure there isn't such thing. A d15, FPR, and a little adv. at the dist. would kinda be the same thing. An ECU is an ECU more or less. You could just plug the vtec wires into into plug so it wouldnt throw a cel, i think, worst cast a vtec solenoid.

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Sorry guest, i dont quite understand what u said. So I could use a VTEC OBDI ECU on a non-VTEC Y4??? Sorry if this is kind of a noob question!!
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Yes, but it will throw a code. In the future you can have it chipped so you can turn VTEC off.



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I meant, plug the wires for the vtec solenoid in a plug or a vtec solenoid so you don't throw a cel.
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