You'd need to ask someone who's done it. I'll call a few friends that have done TSX swaps to see what they've done. I believe they used RSX-S sensors but I'll give em a call anyway.
can my ep3 engine harness work on the k20/24Basically? Yes. The bolded sensors are what is KNOWN to work with an RSX-S harness and the unbolded things need to either be re-pinned to work or have a plug switched out from the stock harness. The VTC Spool valve and Oil Control Valve however I am unsure of, If anyone can clear it up that would be fantastic.
I mentioned that because the 06 Civic Si oil pressure sensor is incompatible with the oil pressure sensors in all of the earlier K-series engines. Completely different connector.That's because Honda's oil pressure sensor design hasn't changed since about 1990 or so. The different part numbers are strictly for different makers of the sensor be it TEC/Denso/Fasco Controls etc... If you order a sensor by a single part number from TEC/Denso/Faso Controls you will get the same sensor and it will work with the block you're using. The reason I never bothered doing the Oil pressure sensors is because A- they nearly never fail B- They almost NEVER leave the block even when sold as a shortblock and C- Almost ANY Oil pressure Sender from Honda will work. They're a simple fail safe design, if oil pressure drops below 10psi they will kick the oil light on in your instrument cluster. They really don't do much else. If I recall correctly Honda has used the same 1/4" BPT (British Pipe Threads) fitting for the Oil pressure Sender for nearly 20 years.Hey Froth! I noticed you didn't update your first page with my findings on the Oil Pressure Sensor back in late November.
appreciate man i read it but just wasnt 110% sureyeah if you see the list on the first page you need the k20 knock sensor or you could spice the wire and use the k24 one but why go through the trouble when you have the k20 one already right. Just check the part number versus the one in the list.