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Old 08-18-2007, 04:55 PM   #1
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What order? Auto to manual, MPFI Swap and possible Cluster Swap..

I have an 88 CRX DX that is DPFI (Dual Point Fuel Injected) and an automatic.

I have most all of the parts needed for an auto to manual swap (88 CRX HF Tranny), MPFI (Multi Point Fiel Injection) Swap and an Integra cluster swap as well.

Is it easier to do these in a certain order or does it not matter what order they are done in?
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If you want to go to an Integra cluster (Electronic VSS needed if it's a 92+) and the transmission swap at the same time would be beneficial.

I'm curious as to why you want to do a MPFI swap since the DPFI is very good at FE in the first place.

But the route I'd take:

Trans and cluster swap at the same time (would eat up one day or a whole weekend)

Then MPFI swap.
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