Halabeaster54's CL Type S 6Spd/J35 Build

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  1. RedRyder

    RedRyder Be a better driver

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    That is an ECU from an 02-03 TL-S, same as A62 revision. You can use it with your swap if you are using Rich's module, but it would be better to use the ECU that goes with the J35.

    $150 is a good price if it's in good condition.
     
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    What's the benefits of the j35 ecu compared to the type s?


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    Just ordered my starter motor, flywheel, and shifter assembly. Almost there guys!


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    Nice, gettin there slowly but surely.
     
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    what's the part number for the plate that goes around the shifter boot? It says type s on it amd it's silver.


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    you got anymore photo updates coming of all the goodies youve gotten?

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    Some small things like my pedals, spacers, bolts, p2r stuff, richies harness, ecu, ect
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    My 8th gen manifold cover rather then the acura one. Sleeper status yo. Also my water pump and timing belt
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    Some things I got yesterday. Cl s shifter assembly, flywheel, and a Tl starter motor
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    Halabeaster54 Well-Known Member

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    Ignore this. Double post.
     
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    Some of those parts look like they could use a bit of cleaning up, but good to see you are getting all the stuff you'll need.

    I think you're taking an extra step, I could be wrong, but for my planned swap, I am using the ECU/Harness from either the TL-S/CL-S(auto) and as far as what I have learned/been told, I don't need Richie's harness.

    I guess because of the combo that you are assembling, you need it?
     
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    Halabeaster54 Well-Known Member

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    No you need it if your using an auto ecu. And yes the parts will be cleaned haha. I'm just making sure everything is Done right

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