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anyway I can bypass DBW ?

Btw just got the 102mm BC Crankshaft, i already have 12.5 cp pistons, on stock rods. I think they'd hold on good for N/A or supercharged motor.
 

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You would have to somehow retrofit a throttle cable from the pedal to the throttle body. I don't know much about doing that on this car.
 

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found out i have to sacrifice few things that im not willing to give up .(cluster, cruise control, ac)
 

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PM me if your really interested. It requires a Kpro, a chip made by brockway engineering, a custom adapter on the ECU side, and custom wiring for the IACV, and TPS. Youll be able to keep everything but cruise control.

I hear the flash pro eliminates alot of the problems with the DBW system. If your still interested leave me a message :)

You would have to somehow retrofit a throttle cable from the pedal to the throttle body. I don't know much about doing that on this car.
An accord TB cable goes in the same place that our APP is, no modification required.
 

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PM me if your really interested. It requires a Kpro, a chip made by brockway engineering, a custom adapter on the ECU side, and custom wiring for the IACV, and TPS. Youll be able to keep everything but cruise control.

I hear the flash pro eliminates alot of the problems with the DBW system. If your still interested leave me a message :)



An accord TB cable goes in the same place that our APP is, no modification required.
By the "problems" are you referring to the raw jerking of the car from a stop on a perfectly smooth clutch release into first that has worked on every other Honda I've ever driven in my entire life!? That would be fantastic!
 
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