Mp9 on ABF

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Mp9 on ABF

Postby velo21 » Wed Nov 02, 2011 5:10 am

When running mp9 on the ABF motor, what feul-rail wiring to I use?
The wiring that came with the ABF? Or wiring on my MP9 intake?

Also what dizzy do i use,
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Re: Mp9 on ABF

Postby sean919 » Wed Nov 02, 2011 7:42 am

You'll need to use the ABF fuel rail's wiring. Just re-lay the injector wiring from the firewall (where it was on the MP9 setup) around to the front below the intake manifold and wire it into the ABF's injector plug.

I drew up this diagram of the fuel rail wiring when I did my conversion. But I didnt keep the MP9 setup, so you'll need to find out what colours go to what injectors on the MP9 side.

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Re: Mp9 on ABF

Postby Torker » Wed Nov 02, 2011 7:50 am

MP9 side wiring...

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Re: Mp9 on ABF

Postby velo21 » Wed Nov 02, 2011 8:01 am

thanx guys
now the problem is the box, where can i get a 16V map.

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Re: Mp9 on ABF

Postby Kirks » Wed Nov 02, 2011 8:10 am

Think FRC does maps, not 100% sure though
Ex : Vr6
Ex : MK2 Gti 1.8 16v
Ex : Gtx 2l 8v
Ex : Velociti 2l 16v
Ex : Polo 1.4i
Ex : MK2 1.8 8v

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Re: Mp9 on ABF

Postby sean919 » Wed Nov 02, 2011 8:27 am

Torker wrote:MP9 side wiring...

**SNIP**


You should start selling that - made my conversion about 100 times easier.
Current:
'05 9N3 Polo Sportline - 1.9 TDi BT
211kw & 546nm ATW

Ex:
'08 Velociti 1.4i - 2.0 16v ABF
'10 Audi A3 1.6 (Dubai)
'01 Golf IV 1.6 (UK)
'06 Corsa Ute 1.4


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Re: Mp9 on ABF

Postby velo21 » Wed Nov 02, 2011 8:34 am

selling what?
Should the map sensor be wired up to?

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Re: Mp9 on ABF

Postby UDC » Wed Nov 02, 2011 8:40 am

yes mp9 requires the map sensor, you need to drill and tap a hole into the intake mani to fit the map sensor, you will alos require a OBDII t/b to fit on the abf mani, if not make up an adaptor plate and use your current mp9 t/b.
pm pluto on the forum, he does customs mp9 maps including for the 16v

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Re: Mp9 on ABF

Postby sean919 » Wed Nov 02, 2011 2:42 pm

velo21 wrote:selling what?
Should the map sensor be wired up to?


Was talking about Torker's MP9 Pinout Table.

Listen to UDC - he's a guru with MP9. :wink:
Current:
'05 9N3 Polo Sportline - 1.9 TDi BT
211kw & 546nm ATW

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'08 Velociti 1.4i - 2.0 16v ABF
'10 Audi A3 1.6 (Dubai)
'01 Golf IV 1.6 (UK)
'06 Corsa Ute 1.4


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