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Old 02-12-2011, 12:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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hey guys,i have tried searching this everywhere but couldnt find any info on this anywhere.

Ok so i have 97 coupe and i am trying to wire in the resistorsto run my dsm's. And as you all know the dead end plug is under the intake mani. So what i wanted to do is wire them in right up by the injector clip(a few inches away tho). So im just curious if that would work or do i have toget them by the dead end plug?

Thanks in advance guys. and all input is welcome.
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Old 02-12-2011, 12:30 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Official Injector Resistor Box Install......56k, Buy Broadband. - Honda-Tech

just search around but this is pretty much it.

i wired up my dsm 450's pretty much the same way and its win win situation
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Old 02-12-2011, 12:38 PM   #3 (permalink)
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that would be great if i was gonna use a resistor box. i just want to use theindividual resistors from radio shack. I have searched a lot on this, thanks tho man

Anyone else?
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DSM Injector Install

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hey , yeah they will work fine right at the injector plug! this is how i have mine wired

I had the same problem, d16y8; dead end plug under the mani, and its like bolted in under there, haha no thanks!!.
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it doesnt matter where you wire them sir, all you are doing is regulating the voltage
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hey , yeah they will work fine right at the injector plug! this is how i have mine wired

I had the same problem, d16y8; dead end plug under the mani, and its like bolted in under there, haha no thanks!!.
ok cool thanks man. i have searched all over but i havent found anyone that wired them that way i just wanted to make sure it would work.
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sure thing man! my suggestion would be to strip the wire as FAR away from the injector as you can, i didnt pay particular attention to this, and now it looks kinda messy =/ oh well ill redo it when I pull the motor in a couple weeks. also be sure to solder solder solder!!! very important you have good connections, this aint no underglow kit! hahah
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ha ha for sure man. thanks for the help tho man.

Anyone else run their resistors like this?
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Quite a few people actually. Solder and shrink wrap are your friend.
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I have also seen a guy make a plug and play type. He used a resistor bob but same thing could be done with individual resistors. He soldered the wires to a plug that plugged in where the dead end plug went. No need to cut the factory harness that way.
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lots of writeups on google
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thanks for the help guys, i just said forget it with the rad shack resistors. i got a box from the local yard for 15 bucks and i made a pnp harness for it.
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