After doing some “homework” and research in your forum, I have come to the conclusion that I need some serious help, I am new at this so I apologize in advance if some of my questions are already overly asked. But I think I have a unique situation in my hands.
I am working on a project that has taken me about 5 years to get to where I’m at and I want to do it right so your help will be greatly appreciated.
I have a 1989 Honda CRX Si (SOHC) with the current items and mods
Engine: D16a6 (clean rebuilt with no leaks) USDM
Act Street & Strip clutch
Act ultra lite flywheel
Custom Cat back
T3/t4 Hybrid turbo with manual boost controller & fuel pressure regulator
Apexi turbo timer
Street fire msd ignition
Msd street blaster coil
Msd Distributor cap & Rotor
AEM fuel rail
While researching my vehicle I found out that its been running on a 1987 Acura PG7 Ecu Not the original PM6 is suppose to run with but since the day I got it I have never had any problems. I just recently made all the mod upgrades and the car will run until it sees 6 LBS of boost-at that point the ecu shuts down the car.
I don’t want to ruin my investment so I stop running it, got a fresh paint job and body kit. Now, I would like to set it right and get a Hondata system, but I have noticed that my current ecu and cars stock ecu are not compatible with the Hondata S300 system because its an OBD0 and I need at least an OBD1- I have learned that a P61 and a P28 work with your Hondata S300, but not sure it would work with my vehicle and al its application. I am aware that I need to change part of my ignition, I need a new “dizzy”
I am also researching the fuel injector, the stock ones are (LOW IMPENDANCE-STOCK FLO RATING 235) I have learned from the info on your page that different ecu’s use different impendence so if I’m changing the ecu I have to get an injector to match the impendence rating so I don’t fry the system. I was thinking about going for a 440 or a 525 flow rating, yes I am aware I need a performance fuel pump. I have seen a Hondata S300 system /ecu combo for sale from horsepowerfreeks.com and was wondering if that combo would eventually work, or please guide me to do the right thing, so that I am not blowing my investment.
I’m not trying to build a super crazy car, just something that looks good, runs good, can be a daily driver, but that I can give it a couple runs on a track or drag strip on the weekend.
Thank You for any help you can give me.