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Old 07-27-2010, 07:40 AM   #1
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Default How do I convert a ms1 v3 to run on my mx5 that was previously on a Honda?

Hi I have a MS1 which I'm going to use on my 97 1.6 na (yeah I know you guys didn't get them that late) I had previously been used to run a fi 04 civic type r. I know I will have to remove the current mods but is it as simple as just following the above sticky how to on building a ms diy?

Thanks for any help guys
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Old 07-27-2010, 07:54 AM   #2
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Pretty much that, just make sure that when you remove the hondas mods that you replace any removed parts those mods required.

Best to give the site a peruse and look at the V3 build manual in the docs, check every component in that is present and then do the mx5 mods.

You may well have stuff installed you won't use (VR circuits etc) but that won't harm anything )
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