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blue box on a dx????

Old 08-21-2006, 09:28 PM
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ok i have a greddy kit for a 92-95 civic, i just picked a new dd and wanted to swap all my stuff over so i can get my motor built. my question is, will the BLUE BOX work on a dx does it matter its non vtec>>??
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Old 08-21-2006, 11:14 PM
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yes it will matter, so will the fact that you are asking stupid ------- questions. becides blue box ------- sucks, sell it to a ricer and get jdm wicked uber
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Old 08-22-2006, 11:53 AM
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we all know the blue box sucks, but i was gonna use it for a dd to delivery pizzas' in. i just wanted to know if it would work. if u dont like the question, keep ur stupid *** mouth shut.... i just asked on question, so next time shut the ---- up, unless u have answer to my question. ur whats wrong with forums, there is always one mother ******, who thinks he is bad *** and cant just leave the post alone with out uping his post count. so thansk but ---- off....
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Old 08-22-2006, 12:54 PM
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You're in the wrong Forum buddy if you think there's just one. Don't be a dumbass. Sell the stupid blue box spend $165 and get a chipped ecu and start tuning right. I'll bet you could even sell that thing for enough money to buy the chipped ecu and the chip burner.
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Old 08-22-2006, 01:00 PM
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When I ran my last setup I used my bluebox and it held good up to 14psi and ran that for 7 months on a stock y7 until it spun a bearing and still ran for a month after then until I pulled it out. Sometimes you just gotta work with what you got. If you got then just use it. No harm done. The car felt like stock with no funny idle or hiccups or anything. I'd rock a bluebox if I had another boosted honda.
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Old 08-22-2006, 01:06 PM
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thats just it, i dont want to sell the blue box and buy something else. i am all about saving money, plus i got the blue box for free. i just want to know if it would work on a dx even if it was made for a ex/si

thanks stillnotturbo, i guess u see where i am coming from
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Old 08-29-2006, 12:23 AM
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i think it should work on your civic even though its not vtec. its just a piggyback unit that cuts in before your ecu and changes the signals that your ecu recieves. its about 10 wires, one is rpm, 4 injectors, 2 for the map sensor, and i don't remember the others, but i don't think it should matter, it just pumps more fuel in boost and keeps your stock ecu from reading boost. I don't think it even does anything to the ignition at all either.
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