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Old 05-27-2005, 11:12 AM
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I believe so. the rev limited is in the ECU not the cluster. I know that a MY00-03 cluster works with a 2.2L engine and MY04 ECU.
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Um.. it should work as long as you mate the Euro/JDM guage cluster with an AP1 ECU. The only thing that could possibly stop you is if data output is coded differently.
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hmm i hope your not planing to rev a stock 2.2l motor to 9k often. you might want to change the valve springs, valves, and retainers.
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Originally Posted by BlueS2000Boy,May 27 2005, 05:33 PM
hmm i hope your not planing to rev a stock 2.2l motor to 9k often. you might want to change the valve springs, valves, and retainers.
or swap an AP1 head onto it
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Originally Posted by CrazyPhuD,May 27 2005, 02:28 PM
Oh yea...the MY04 dash will work I think he just wants to be able to see it rev ot 9K to know when to shift, instead of having the standard MY04 cluster flash at 8K with the MY00-03 ECU. Too bad the gauge clusters are pretty expensive...new will probably run over $500 easy.
Exactly. Yes, I suppose its expensive, thats why the best option is used. There are a couple of sites that offer used JDM RSX Type R cluster but no UK or JDM S clusters
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Originally Posted by BlueS2000Boy,May 27 2005, 05:33 PM
hmm i hope your not planing to rev a stock 2.2l motor to 9k often. you might want to change the valve springs, valves, and retainers.
Will shift to no more than 8.5-8.6K, which is where the F22 HP peaks.
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Old 05-28-2005, 03:27 AM
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Originally Posted by JsAP1,May 27 2005, 01:45 PM
Probably because its a waste of money??? No problem with your factory cluster? No need to experiment. Why fix something thats not broken? BTW it looks the same as an USDM 00-03 cluster anyway. Remember they dont have the 2.2L motor new AP2 stuff.
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hmmm, I honestly think I like the US 00-03 cluster best
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[QUOTE=CrazyPhuD,May 28 2005, 03:12 AM]Yep the UK version has the MPH/KPH selector button, unless you want to be mad JDM YO! and drive around in KPH all the time
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