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Old 06-03-2010, 06:18 AM   #1
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Turn your DPFI Civic/CRX into a CRX HF MPG machine for only $300

I have all of the necessary items to convert an 88-91 Honda Civic/CRX DPFI engine into an HF engine. This will require you to do a DPFI to MPFI conversion. Here are two good writeups.

http://hondaswap.com/swap-articles/d...writeup-49557/
http://www.zcspeed.com/DXZCwiring.pdf

Here is what I am selling:
--Complete CRX HF intake manifold/throttle body with injectors
--Complete CRX HF intake (so tiny)
--Complete CRX HF wiring harness (you will need the plugs to do the DPFI to MPFI conversion) including injector resistor box
--MPFI distributor and spark plug wires
--CRX HF pm8 ecu
--CRX HF throttle cable

$300 shipped through United States Postal Service Priority Mail. Send me a private message or email at luke.wilcox@gmail.com













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you are aware that there is more to getting HF mileage than just swapping what you have listed...right? For one you'd need the appropriate valve head and the correctly geared transmission..
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you are aware that there is more to getting HF mileage than just swapping what you have listed...right? For one you'd need the appropriate valve head and the correctly geared transmission..
of course.

I am still sure that this engine conversion for a DPFI would yield better MPG than a stock DPFI.
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