That thing looks very clean man, good job! Love the fact that you retained the proper true cold air intake (stock air box FTW) and for some reason the brown left engine mount is very visually appealing haha.but falls on it face when I hit the rev limit at 5K
Stock injectors from the d15b6…That thing looks very clean man, good job! Love the fact that you retained the proper true cold air intake (stock air box FTW) and for some reason the brown left engine mount is very visually appealing haha.
The thing has a 5k rev limiter? Lmao, if its really a limiter and not a form of limp mode, with all the work you've done so far that engine is just waking up at 5k haha.
I see an injector resistor box, so I have to ask, what injectors are currently in it?
The P28 is a VTEC ECU, so without being able to mod it to disable VTEC and VTEC oil pressure switch feedback among other functions to not encounter a fault, just plugging it in to the car with an OBD0-OBD1 jumper harness you'll likely hit a limp mode with it when you go to rev it out.
In my opinion, the work you've done (so long as the injectors can support it) will benefit most from getting either street or dyno tuned with a tuner who knows what they're doing, and modifications done to the P28 for allowing real time programming (i.e. Moates Demon 2/Neptune RTP, Hondata S300/SManager, Moates Ostrich/Burn2/HTS and some chips, etc.).
Your engine will likely pair well with the stock P28 out-of-VTEC (low cam) fuel and ignition maps, although it will require some work up top in those maps to really get power to follow through to 7-7500rpm.
Short of going to a P06 and capping yourself at a 6500rpm redline, you're at a point where there is no other real good plug and play ECU solution that will unlock full potential, it really needs a tune for it to shine.