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Old Jul 3, 2017, 06:09 PM
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Civic AEM v2 into Evo

Hi I have a AEM Series 2 that was in my Honda civic before I sold it . I would like to know if anyone has any idea if the ECU can work in the EVO 7/8 .

If so whats the process? just swap over the jumpers ?
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Originally Posted by dom4g63 View Post
Hi I have a AEM Series 2 that was in my Honda civic before I sold it . I would like to know if anyone has any idea if the ECU can work in the EVO 7/8 .

If so whats the process? just swap over the jumpers ?
I tried using a series 1 evo aem in a honda and I had some issue with honda being VR sensor and evo being Hall sensor. It could not work, however I was told that there are some jumpers in the board that can switch between the two.
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Yeah i could work ,but I will cost you more that just selling you old ecu and getting a new one.
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