'86-87 Integras used vaccum advance. You want the ECU from an '88-89 Integra - they used electronic advance just like the D16A6. The PG7 is a plug'n'play replacement for the PM6 - I've tried it myself.rex2nr said:The PG7 is from the 86-89 tegs.
will you be trying these all in the same night back to back?dohcrxl said:Be on the look out for a field test report in the near future if interested...
I will be experimenting with various ECUs in my a6. How? Simply by running different ECUs in my rex and posting best quarter mile times. To be included are pr3, pr4, pm6, and what the heck - a pm8 just for kicks as well. I don't have a pg7 so we'll never know.
Pertinent to this thread, I have run the pr4 and pm6 one after the other over and over and over and over once long ago. The pr4 definitely pulled significantly stronger than the pm6 all the way to redline. The pr4 also has alot more low end torque. I regret to say I never took the car to the track to make comparison runs.
What the guys are saying though is true. You will run rich. Valves will float. Rods can come flying through the block. Given this why have I and will I run these tests? Well, the d-series motors are cheap and pretty readily available. Got a few laying around in case things go kaplooowie anyway.
Oh, definitely. I figured air temp affects on ET right down to a single degree. Same with elevation to the foot. It's not dead nutts but gets you pretty close. Check out the quarter mile and 0-60 mph calculator below that I devised.BlackCRX said:will you be trying these all in the same night back to back?
there are other factors what might effect the trap speeds such as air temp and what not