Motorola 2.5 MAP

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Motorola 2.5 MAP

Post by Boosted B6teen »

Will one of these work, or what has to be done to get it to work???
http://honda-tech.com/zerothread/1703136
I am running an S200 on an EG w/ P28 ECU

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Post by Hondata »

The s200 can only use the stock, 3 bar or 5 bar MAP sensor. I suggest using a MoTeC 3 bar MAP sensor.
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Post by Boosted B6teen »

Well I searched the internet for Motec MAP sensors and could'nt find anything but the pigtails. Are these Haltech ones the same( They pop'd up in the search for Motec ones)? They look very similar to GM 3bar maps. Whats the diffrence if you dont mind me asking? Thanks for the help so far guys :)
Here is the link http://www.tweakit.net/shop/index.php?c ... ed4c5dc9b8

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Post by Hondata »

There are three difference types of generic GM type 3 bar MAP sensors. They all look the same and often are sold as the same thing, even though they have unique part numberts, and have different electrical characteristics.
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Post by kesnut »

go to summitracing
part number MSD-2313
MAP Sensor, Bosch-Style, 3-Bar, Stock Style, Each

Quality MAP sensors from MSD.
The pressure inside your intake manifold is extremely important input to the ECU. A quality MAP sensor like MSD's is crucial to your engines performance. These sensors will respond to changes in manifold pressures and relay the information to the ECU in the form of a voltage signal ranging from about 1 to 5 volts. They're available in several different versions for naturally aspirated engines as well as engines with forced induction.
$53US
i use them on both boosted and NA cars... as they are easy to get.

my 2cents...
and get this if you plan to go for it
MSD-8172 makes for a better install

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Post by Spunkster »

You can purchase a Motec 3 bar map sensor through any Hondata dealer for $90.

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Post by Boosted B6teen »

Well then, Ill just have to get one from the guy that will tune my car then. Thanks for the help guys. :)

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