thats a waste of time. the VVL system and the fuel system won't work properly, and if the VE you get isnt the right OBD era it won't work period.You can use the 91 SE-R stock ECU and Engine Harness if you want. You will eventually need a program on the ECU for it to run great.
^That is a great price for a VE, VE ECU, and Engine Harness. Hmmmm, who are you buying from?thats a great price for a complete VE.
^You do realize that most of the Engine Harnesses come cut up and most come from auto cars right? I would like to see you run a Auto ECU in a 91-94 SE-R that is a 5 speed. It's not much of an argument over here, but if you were to type this stuff on "The-Dash" this thread would get flipped. Calum can get you the base bin from a VE from his realtime ECU and that is the same as having a VE ECU. Then you can adjust it to your mods.your STOCK ECU is hardly a stock ECU once you put in a VE. and using a piggy back programmer to bring it up to an equivalent value is just silly. Calum's program is great, i don't deny that. but you'll save yourself more time and money getting an engine with ECU and harness. then with the VE fully bolted and a tuning program, you'll reach a better potential.
in the end it will run better with a VE ECU. end of story. using the intended ecu requires no tuning to start, and provides a better platform for later tuning.
Dude not to be disrespectfull but, you really don't know much about VE's and Ecus ??? SR20ve's only came with A/T so how is he going to get a pic of one with a 5spd? The way to go is with a Calum ECU, realtime if posible. Second stock VE Ecu hits the Rev Cut at 7200, and you will want to rev it to at least 7800- 8000, so seach a little you are confusing reb b13if you buy them seperately, yes, that's true. but when buying an engine for a swap, you should almost always get it with the ECU and uncut harness. you then ALSO check the pics to make sure the engine was in a 5spd car. just make sure it has a clutch plate and not a flexplate. its about buying smart.
^Thank you! I'm glad somebody else on this board know what I'm talking about. After his last post my jaw about hit the floor. Pffffff, I was like wow. I never heard of that one. This is also why this engine is so great because it comes from a auto car. It hasn't seen high RPM's and they are usually low mileage. Then you put it in a 5 speed and you have yourself a fun car!Dude not to be disrespectfull but, you really don't know much about VE's and Ecus ??? SR20ve's only came with A/T so how is he going to get a pic of one with a 5spd? The way to go is with a Calum ECU, realtime if posible. Second stock VE Ecu hits the Rev Cut at 7200, and you will want to rev it to at least 7800- 8000, so seach a little you are confusing reb b13
^You must be from FL and it probably came out of a Nissan Primera.this vvl is from a motor shop around my city called japanesed motors the vvl has uncut harness and its off a p11 the guy said the man who brought it in gave him a ecu that is for a stick car