Well, my engine is weird. It's 95 12th month. Now everyone has different opinions but from professionals the conclusion I draw is it's a hybrid OBD1 and OBD2. It's the 12th month of 95 where the last OBD1 was made the month before and the first OBD2 was made the month after. The oil filter is OBD2 the vag-com port is OBD2 it has a coilpack, but it's an OBD1 ECU it had an external Idle Speed Control valve and an EGR.
ANYWAYS! It's messed up and it gets worse I'm under the assumption that some valves are stuck or suffering from spring fatigue because I'm short 100whp with a KineticMotorsport stage2 kit.
So I will be getting an OBD2 engine and putting it in relatively soon. Now I don't have an obd2 ECU I was told I could re use the obd1 ecu. This wouldn't be the first time someone talked without knowing what they're talking about though.
When I install the obd2 engine I would like to go up to 60lbs injectors and software. That would increase my WHP from 280-300whp like kinetic calls for to like 300-320? or more?
How much would 60lbs injectors and software cost for obd1 ecu, if they don't have obd1 ecu then obd2? Including shipping to Toronto, Ontario, Canada? How long would shipping take? How much would Overnighting cost?
We can overnight you the wrong parts, but we try not to sell people the wrong stuff
Obd1.5 ... Shoulda just said that.
Now I was told that I could swap out my obd1.5 engine and put an obd2 in without swapping the ecu. I guess thats not true?
I'm buying an obd2 longblock from a b4 audi wagon that is on its way here from California. It uses an automatic transmission. At the same time that I'm swaping my obd1.5 I'm swapping my transmission to a lower KM 5 speed. This way, I'll have a transmission and longblock available for rebuild slowly in my garage as a hobby.
Either way. I'm getting the accessories from this new longblock. So, it will have a new intake manifold, and the TB aswell. The ecu will not be compatible with my application as I'm not swaping to an automatic transmission.
How much would it cost for 60lbs injectors, and the software for obd2 shipped to Toronto?
Last edited by b055; 08-16-2010 at 03:49 PM.
I'm not sure if you understood my previous posts. If you have an OBD1.5 ECU the OBD2 C2 software will not work UNLESS you change to OB2 engine management ie ECU and all the other OBD2 bits. By the sounds of it you are not changing your ECU from OBD1.5, which leaves you with the inability to run OBD2 software. Siemens 630s are 270US shipped + applicable taxes for a set of 6, the 630cc file is 499US.
I am only getting 200 miles to a tank of gas (thats 50% OF A FULL TANK). I have no fuel leaks and the car seems to be running very well.
I have replaced the Mass Airflow sensor, plugs and wires, fuel filter and the coolant temperature sensor. I have also tested for vacuum leaks and found one and fixed it, no change.
There is no hesitation on start up. ran diag on it and the check engine light is on with code P0411. From what I have read, the secondary Air Pump being bad should not have anything to do with it.
I've had a shop run a diag on it and nothing comec up other than the air pump.
I'm at a loss. I love this car and dont want to get rid of it.
Sounds like one of our local VRT owners here who gets 350 KM to a tank.
Unfortunately, we can't diagnose problems over the internet. That type of thing is hard to do.
You could try removing the kit and see if your mileage goes up.
Some injectors with your turbo?
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