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Re: P72 and dyno tune

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no am obd2
Could you please ellaborate some more.... and let us know how you managed to tune an OBD2 car. This could be great for all of us!!
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Re: P72 and dyno tune

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no am obd2
is it dyno tuned. is it chipped. i want know
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Re: P72 and dyno tune

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is it dyno tuned. is it chipped. i want know
Its probably Greddy emanage or some other garbage piggy back. Dont buy into piggy backs, they suck.
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Re: P72 and dyno tune

why did this thread die? we need more information1!!!!
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why did this thread die? we need more information1!!!!
What do you need to know?
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Re: P72 and dyno tune

a short list of items needed to have full tuning capability with our cars and thats a p72 and what else am i missing here???
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Besides for the P72, you're missing the rest of the things needed to complete an OBD-1 swap Shizzy.. Go read about that and it should answer which items you may still need.
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Re: P72 and dyno tune

its pretty easy
u just need the obd2b to obd1 harness
obd1 injectors with resistor box
http://robskills.wordpress.com/honda...injector-loom/

http://www.c-speedracing.com/howto/r...box_wiring.php

http://www.honda-tech.com/showthread.php?t=517274

http://www.hondata.com/techinjectorwiring.html

http://honda-tech.com/guide-and-revi...ox-wiring.html
there are many threads explaining this process(thanx to russianred for finding lol)

nd ground the iavc nd manually adjust idle
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You need to pull one of the three wires from the IACV plug and ground it to 'lock' it closed. I want to say it was the reference signal wire, but I can't remember the color off the top of my head. This locks the 3-wire IACV shut so no air passes through, and made my car idle around 460rpm (amazing it can do that).

Now you'll have to manually adjust the idle up to par. The idle air bleed screw is for minor adjustments so it won't help you much. You need to loosen the throttle stop screw on the bottom of the throttle body. It's below the throttle rotors. It's setup like the valve adjust screws, with a nut to hold the screw in place. I think it's an 8mm, but anyway, loosen the nut, then use a flatblade to turn the throttle stop screw until you reach a nice rpm. I set mine a little high (~970rpm) because the A/C will bog it down a few hundred now that you've disabled the IACV. If you set the idle too high, you'll run into the bouncing idle because the ECU will cut fuel to slow the idle. Tighten her back up and you're good to go.

If your tuning software allows, you can disable the CEL for the IACV so it's not an annoyance. Sorry to be so brief, but this is the best I can do from memory without any references or my car to look at.
dont worry about the dizzy(distributer)
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