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returning to stock from hondata

Post by ronin » Thu Jan 02, 2003 4:53 pm

if you have an obd2 vehicle and you were using rc injectoras and retunring to stock (removing hodata and all) to run your stock injectors you will of course need to get obd2 injector clips.
most of us that run hondata use the 440s on boosted applications.
if you were obd1 then you can run rc injectors on your stock clips, but the reverse is not true.
when i removed my 440's i acquired a set of obd1 injectors from a 95 integra. the rc clips would not fit the obd1 injectors, i had to resplice my clips again.

rc injectors use rc clips or obd1 clips

obd1 injectors use obd1 clips
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Post by QUICKSILVER RACING » Thu Jan 02, 2003 5:31 pm

OBD1 and RC injetors are just fine. You just need to remove the guide in the OBD1 clip. if your using a RC clip then you need OBD1 clips to install obd1 inj.
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Post by JT » Fri Jan 03, 2003 9:29 am

You can also get DSM 240cc injectors which will fit the RC injector clip. I bought a set so I don't have to redo the clips when I swap the OBD2 ECU back in. Btw, the DSM 240cc injectors are saturated. Therefore, it would be a simple pnp.

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Post by Rex » Fri Mar 21, 2003 8:31 pm

JT wrote:You can also get DSM 240cc injectors which will fit the RC injector clip. I bought a set so I don't have to redo the clips when I swap the OBD2 ECU back in. Btw, the DSM 240cc injectors are saturated. Therefore, it would be a simple pnp.
satuated - er? Do I need resistor packs to use the DSM 240 with the RC clips?

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Post by DaX » Sat Mar 22, 2003 12:50 pm

As long as they're saturated you won't need a resistor pack, which is why he said it would be pnp [plug 'n play].

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Post by Spunkster » Fri Jun 27, 2003 1:59 pm

You can have both clips installed at the same time, that way you can swap between the 2 very easily.

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