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    it was $46
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    Quote Originally Posted by unijabnx2000 View Post
    it was $46
    Updated, thanks!
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    @coach found the OEM connector to use with that harness Coil Interface Connector(Harness Side)


    @Wiring Specialties

    They also make their own S15 coilpack harness. SR20DET PRO Coilpack Wiring Harness | Wiring Specialties

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    @Scrildo Made this just for you man.

    Last edited by unijabnx2000; 07-10-13 at 04:16 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by unijabnx2000 View Post
    @coach found the OEM connector to use with that harness Coil Interface Connector(Harness Side)


    @Wiring Specialties

    They also make their own S15 coilpack harness. SR20DET PRO Coilpack Wiring Harness | Wiring Specialties

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    @Scrildo Made this just for you man.

    Is this an AEM V1 or AEM V2 box? Let me know so I can post this in the 1st post .

    And I did see those harnesses/clips, I didn't use them for my build but I can certainly update the first page.
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    B13 Both versions 30-1600 & 30-6600
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    Quote Originally Posted by unijabnx2000 View Post
    B13 Both versions 30-1600 & 30-6600
    Updated first post! Thank you sir!
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    Quote Originally Posted by unijabnx2000 View Post
    B13 Both versions 30-1600 & 30-6600
    Those numbers are small in the pic.

    They are Pin #'s:

    Pin 1 - Coil 1
    Pin 7 - Coil 2
    Pin 5 - Coil 3
    Pin 25 - Coil 4

    The S15 coil pack harness plus that plug connector make the install MUCH easier.

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    Updated the CAS connector part number you can now buy everything from http://wiringspecialties.com, that site rocks...
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    If using the stock ECU, would there be any tuning necessary after switching to the coils and CAS, or would it be wire-and-run?

    Also, can the IB pins from the coils be wired to the corresponding injector pins on the ECU (101, 110, 103, 112)?

    And is an ignitor chip not necessary, such as can be found on the RWD SR's?
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    No igniter chip needed on smart coils

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    You also need to use an ecu with 4 ign outputs

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    Quote Originally Posted by pTen View Post
    You also need to use an ecu with 4 ign outputs
    Does that rule out the stock P11 VE ECU, or can the injector sensor pins be used? If not, is there an economical way to still use the stock ECU, or would switching to coils absolutely require something such as AEM?
    The rest of if seems simple enough, it is only that part that I am unclear on.
    Thank you, and sorry for the dumb questions.
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    No that won't work, use a s13 det ecu or will have to go standalone

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    Quote Originally Posted by pTen View Post
    No that won't work, use a s13 det ecu or will have to go standalone
    Have you by any chance attempted to see how well the S13 ECU runs the VE? I can actually get one of those pretty easily.
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    It runs it quite well with nemu

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    Has to be a 62 or 63 label jdm sr20det ecu

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    In that case, would it be easier to just use the complete DET engine harness?
    And will having a tunable ECU be absolutely necessary, or would it be possible to just get a chip with a stock/basic VE tune from Nismotronic?
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    Thank you for the wiring info. Much appreciated.

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    Im little lost here so i can do this on a b13 ecu with a calim basic board

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    ^ no please read. you need a ECU with 4 outputs like the s13, or standalone
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    Quote Originally Posted by enohand View Post
    ^ no please read. you need a ECU with 4 outputs like the s13, or standalone
    To be more specific:
    S13 SR20 ECU

    not the s13 KA ECU
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    Ohh ok thanks alot

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    I wanna do this.

    The ball has begun rolling and I thank everyone for their contributions.

 

 
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