Sorry man, I didnt relize you are talking about an automatic tranny. All i know about this is that Hondata was able to bypass the DBW when they were testing the TSX and had it hooked up to and RSX Types that was KPro'd. You might want to reach out to them and see if they will share what six wires they ran.That was with a manual trans though.And yet Hondata insists that KPro isn't compatible with automatics. I know it can be done with an adapter, I've seen the examples on here, but that leads me to believe that there's no special calibration for automatics over manuals, therefore KPro's RSX base manual setting is just as 'wrong' as you guys seem to think the stock TSX five speed auto ECU is. So thanks, but I'm looking for real information. I wish I was in a position to try this now rather than later, because Internet searching is proving worthless for info.
Looking for pinouts now. RSX was easy enough to find, still hunting for TSX's...
Gear ratios for the automatic and manual RSX base models are not the same. Hence why I don't think KPro's calibration would be any better than TSX's.the stock tsx ecu motor would not know the gear ratios of the rsx
I just want to make sure pinouts are the same, RSX vs TSX:if your looking for pinouts?? Your going to make a custom harness so your tsx ecu talks to the rsx wiring??
This I did not know, thanks. But if a normal throttle position sensor would give the ECU the same info, this could be easy to work around. Im not terribly unfamiliar with wiring. That said, once I find TSX pinouts I can get a clue as to how much of a headache going non-KPro would be.Tsx is dbw, rsx uses throttle cable, that's probably your biggest problem wiring wise, tsx ecu will probably freak out with out feed back from throttle
Holy crap, what? Lol.The downside of this conversion is that the instrument cluster, air conditioning and vehicle stability assist did not work. ABS was not affected.
Did you even read the first post in the thread? You know, the all capital bold lettering? No swap should be done without Kpro or another EMS. Do yourself a favor and buy it as soon as possible.Reviving this old thread, just swapped a 06 tsx k24a2 swap into my 06 rsx type s. Cars running rich Rn need to get a fuel rail and adjustable fuel regulators, any recommendations which one I should get? Also need to get K-Pro and a tune how long can I drive the car without k pro? Cars running good right now just scared of running it without K-Pro
Just wanted to see exactly why but makes sense now, once I get the kpro on my ECU is it mandatory to tune right away? Don’t have all the bolts on I want right now so want to hold off on the tune until I do[/QUOTE]Did you even read the first post in the thread? You know, the all capital bold lettering? No swap should be done without Kpro or another EMS. Do yourself a favor and buy it as soon as possible.
The stock ECU can run the motor but it'll be lean, so you're right to be scared. I suggest keeping out of the throttle and not letting your RPM's go over 3.5-4k. To be quite honest, I wouldn't drive it at all, unless you have more cash to drop on a new motor and swap it again.
You can keep your k20 water pump. You need a intake manifold adapter. I have the Hasport K-series intake manifold adapter, but there are others.hi guys im swapping k24a2 to 2004 acura rsx type s. im getting confused. some people say i need to swap k20 water pump and k20 water passsage to k24?