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Old 02-13-2017, 08:53 AM
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Did you ever figure out a solution Tehk?
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Old 02-13-2017, 04:37 PM
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I originally used PaddyMcP's ideato generate the signal with my standalone right to the eps box since I didn't have a dash. Now I am just manual steering.
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Old 02-14-2017, 08:11 AM
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Ah, ok. I'm pretty much at the same crossroads too. Standalone wire harness vs Tweak'd. I plan on using an e40 ecm, as I'm trying to retain the drive by wire tb alongside the factory dash. [Unless there's a way to use cable and retain abs (out of my area of expertise)]. Which would you suggest?
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I used a e38 and drive by wire originally. Worked good. Got a standalone harness and just did the wiring for fuel pump, speedo, and rpm myself. Wasnt hard at all. Making the DBW pedal was a bitch but I have photos when you get to that point. Cable and ABS are compatible, I am not sure why you think it isnt.
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A little late to this, but I will say that you absolutely do not need the IM parts for this. Their solution was to use their kit with the S2000 VSS and run it directly to the dakota digital, then to the dash. You can cut that out entirely and do the T56 VSS output from the stock PCM or whatever standalone you want, to a speedohealer v4/dakota digital (or modify the signal in your standalone or so), to the cluster. So long as the speed reading on the cluster itself is fine, the signal passed along to the EPS will be fine. Unfortunately for people that get rid of the stock cluster, I can't help too much, as that is how I set everything up, and from my understanding the stock cluster modifys the signal read in and passed that on to the EPS.
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Originally Posted by Shigun View Post
from my understanding the stock cluster modifys the signal read in and passed that on to the EPS.

This is correct.
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Great bit of info here. I will be crossing this area soon and have mostly been stuck with this question in mind.

two options: gmpp ls376/430 controller kit that includes harness, pedal, ecu, o2s, maf, maf boss, o2 boss, fuse/relay box, and leads for power for $1200
or other option: tweakd harness for 1200...then I would have to buy everything else.

How much work or less work am I really causing to myself taking one over the other.

Seems as all I would have to do is splice honda ect, oil, and vss.. am I missing something.

Has anyone ever ran a honda ect sensor via honda harness to honda ecu for honda cluster, and then a separate gm ect, to gm ecu, for gm tune?


Down right sick with a head cold rn lol. Might be a silly question I guess, maybe easier solution? Just want best bang for my buck ya.
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