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93 integra..WHAT ECU DO I GOT???

Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by competitiveaudioman, Aug 10, 2007.

  1. competitiveaudioman

    competitiveaudioman New Member

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    i have a 93 integra special with the b18 engine and i was wondering what ecu i have? (obd0 obd1 ect) i was wanting to do a ls/vtec set up and i dont know what ecu or convertion to use for the b16a head. any help is appeciated
     
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    Kyle21nluvnit New Member

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    look at the last couple digits of the ecu code it should say jdm mt or jdm at. thats the only difference im sure you can figure out which is which. good luck.
     
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    eg6sir Supa Mod Moderator VIP

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    its not gonna say JDM anything.. look at the middle letter/number combo.. ie: pr4
     
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    it says pr4. what all do i need to do a vtec head? what dizzy would i need and what head?
     
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    you will need a obd1 dizzy and ecu both for vtec then just add a few wires for vtec
     
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    well, you're lucky since you are already obd1.. chipped p28 tuned on chrome is what you want
     
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    so i just get a p28 and itl plug right in? what bout the vtec?
     
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    p28 is a sohc vtec ecu.. it should plug right it.. but you'd need to chip it and run a custom basemap for a LS/vtec and mods done to the motor.. it should be the last thing you do

    *edit*.. the p30 ecu here you're looking at will also work great..
     
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    so a sohc ecu would work with my b18? what bout a gsr ecu would that work beter? also can i get that kit from rywire.com to add vtec to my car? (link below)


    Rywire - Online Store
     
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    eg6sir Supa Mod Moderator VIP

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    read man, read
     
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    well im new to this so how/where do i chip a ecu? i was told to do a stock gsr ecu and it would work fine. im lost sorrie
     
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    you can run a stock GSR or b16 ecu.. but its not gonna run very great... especially if you plan on upgrading cams.. either way you'll need a tune or a custom basemap made.. and that involves a chipped ecu.. you can buy them with the basemap already on it.. Blanco got one but i cant remember from where? .. it was like $160 for ecu and basemap.. you just gotta let them know whats done to the motor
     
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    xenocron.com has them and also kits and instructions to chip yourself
     
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