Here's a little writeup to make a true plug and play resistor box for your teg.
OBD1 distributor side plug (4x2 pin rows) OR Ac subharness (front passenger by the radiator) plug from a teg
Prelude resistor pack
First off, here's the Prelude OBD1 resistor box with plug: (plug from prelude DOES NOT plug right in a teg)
Here's the dead plug (with the dead plug removed:
And here's what we're wiring up:
So depin the prelude harness and your matching 8 pin oem plug (Sourced from OBD1 dizzy or AC sub harness)
I colored orange and white wires red to match the one red wire in the prelude box. Here's how I staggered the extra +12 wires before soldering:
Those joints were soldered! You MUST do this step, not optional! I then placed heat shrink over the whole bundle:
When using low impedence injectors for higher hp builds, it is necessary to beef up the resistance of the injector circuit otherwise you will fry the injector drivers.
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Quote: luck4rmkc on Apr/16/10Looks good casey I have high impedance injectors so i didn't need to do this myself. What kind of advantages do you see from the ball and seat injectors as opposed to the saturated?
I'm using Evo 8 injectors. They were $100 for 560cc and are modern OEM with a good spray pattern.
ok I feel that... well my wallet feels that cuz it is emptyyyyyyy!!!!! I was thinking I remembered that the ball and seat style injectors were better in some way. Like they had a better spray pattern or were more accurate when tuning but i couldn't remember