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Old 01-10-2014, 04:09 PM   #801
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What is that dyno chart tyring to say? That this magical intake manifold picks up 40hp by itself. And that a stock K20A makes 240hp?
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That site is terrible at best.

Hai guyths I make manifords but no pictures of any of them but here's a random weird dyno plot showing they gain crazy amounts of power on a K motor this is all totally legit guythzzz

herp derp

Also his website was put together by a 5th grader in 2002
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That site is terrible at best.

Hai guyths I make manifords but no pictures of any of them but here's a random weird dyno plot showing they gain crazy amounts of power on a K motor this is all totally legit guythzzz

herp derp

Also his website was put together by a 5th grader in 2002
But it works, ***** in logical places, besides the pictures he should have up. Go try to find the sports scores on USA today, its like trying to find bacon recipes on Al Jazeera.
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Pictures are on the home page.

All of his dynos are done on race gas.
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Race gas doesn't make 40hp on a 200hp engine.
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Race gas doesn't make 40hp on a 200hp engine.
No, and he said both dynos were run with vp109 for consistancy, so the baseline is also on race gas.
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I put a b18b intake manifold on my car and just need to wire it up. I'm having a hard time finding the wiring pinouts on the internet. anyone help? thanks.

Honda b18b TPS
Green- Ground
Red - signal to ecu
Yellow - 5v power

99 Miata TPS -
light green/ brown stripe-
black /red stripe-
Green / black stripe

99 miata IAC - 2 wires
yellow -
pink/red stripe-

Honda b18b IAC - 2 wires
Black/ blue stripe-
Yellow/ blk stripe-
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Old 01-21-2014, 03:29 AM   #808
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I put a b18b intake manifold on my car and just need to wire it up. I'm having a hard time finding the wiring pinouts on the internet. anyone help? thanks.

Honda b18b TPS
Green- Ground
Red - signal to ecu
Yellow - 5v power

99 Miata TPS -
light green/ brown stripe- +5V ref
black /red stripe- ground
Green / black stripe- signal

99 miata IAC - 2 wires
yellow - polarity doesn't matter on IAC, just connect the two.
pink/red stripe-

Honda b18b IAC - 2 wires
Black/ blue stripe-
Yellow/ blk stripe-

So:
Miata pigtail to honda TPS:

light green/brown to yellow
black/red to green
green/black to red

IAC: just connect the two.

At least that's what I did to put 99/01 sensors in my 94 car. Hope it helps.
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looks right ^^. polarity indeed does not matter for the idle valve stuff.
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Im guessing since most of you are using megasquirt that no one uses Honda Map provisions in the throttle body?
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They are in production we have a tentative date of late May for release.
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Here's to hoping they didnt massively miss the mark and come out with a super short runner POS or something that's just gonna break.
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***** getting real.
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***** getting real.
Ooooo the unicorn exists! Where did you find this photo?
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project g posted it on mnet.
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skunk2 also posted it on their Facebook
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Looks rather compact for being able to hit a proper runner length.
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Thats why I'm worried its only like 8" long runners.
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I'm going to buy that.

Yes I am.
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Gee we've done all this R&D for them for free, you'd think they would just swap out a BP flange for the B18 flange on the manifolds you guys hack together.
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