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Old 01-24-2011, 10:44 AM
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Default 1.6 Adaptronic harness to run 1.8VVT

I am going to do an engine conversion from 1.6 to 1.8VVt. I am now running adaptronic with the adaptronic NA6 wiring harness.
Now, what are the specific changes I need for my wiring and settings if I were to go ahead with the swap? Can you share your wiring diagram with me if you have done the same swap?
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We are currently building a kit for the 440 ECU to do this swap. I don't have all the details yet though, if you give me a couple more weeks I'll have it.

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This is actually finished, and we are actively seeking an alpha tester!

Wiring done,
Box done,
Testing... incomplete. Help us!

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Well, I do have my eye on a local 2002 engine for my '90. Had sourced a non-VVT head so I wouldn't have to mess with running both a 420 and VVTuner, but this sounds like another solution. I'll be in touch in a couple of weeks, Travis.
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Travis,

What about a 1.8 (NA) kit? I'm hoping to be picking up a low mile '02 motor next weekend. I'd like to get it up an running as soon as possible so I can sell off my commuter and return to DD with the Miata. I'll be running N/A with I/H/E modifications.

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until it really gets figured out, you can run VVT with the wastegate PWM signal. ofcourse if you dont run a turbo with it. thats what I do.
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Originally Posted by Tim Irwin View Post
Travis,

What about a 1.8 (NA) kit? I'm hoping to be picking up a low mile '02 motor next weekend. I'd like to get it up an running as soon as possible so I can sell off my commuter and return to DD with the Miata. I'll be running N/A with I/H/E modifications.

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We actually have that, as long as its an NA engine our current box will work. Its designed for the 1.6, but for all intensive purposes its all 89-95 engines. It is beta still, and we're actively seeking on takers!
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Travis,

I'll give you a call next week when I actually have my hands on the motor.

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