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Ok guys this is really simple but I had to do abit of searching to find a thread with pics for the Honda kn00bs like myself. Please excuse the cell phone pics.

I am using a \virgin/ p28 obd1 ecu. All we will do is remove resistors 'RP17' and 'RP18' and the replace 'RP18' with a 'jumper'


ready for cherry popping:pedo:



^This is another diff I noticed between my auto p28 vs the manual one


^RP 18 and RP 17 are the 5th and 6th resistor from left.


^side by side comparision (l/r) manual/auto


^another shot of the manual p28
 

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now. LE WORK


Desolder 17 & 18 from the bottom..


and remove the resistors


this is what I used for a 'jumper'. Its just leftover 'leg' excess from a resistor...


bent into a U shape and pull through RP18. Solder


and just like jdmsexualmagic, youre done:boink:


now grab a cold one and twist one. Its miller time:joint:
 

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^This is another diff I noticed between my auto p28 vs the manual one
You can also pull these and save them if you ever want to add vtec to a p06 ecu. Numbers IC15 and IC16. Leave IC17 there. Thats not the only thing you need to add vtec to one but its part of the parts.
 

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you should lose the "K" (noob)

thanks for the info...
 

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You can also pull these and save them if you ever want to add vtec to a p06 ecu. Numbers IC15 and IC16. Leave IC17 there. Thats not the only thing you need to add vtec to one but its part of the parts.
awesome, thx

you should lose the "K" (noob)

thanks for the info...
the k is :ssst:
 
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