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buddy or no buddy

Discussion in 'Accord' started by vw_killer, Feb 25, 2007.

  1. vw_killer

    vw_killer New Member

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    just curious to find out if people like the buddy club vtec controller or not? what is your opinion?
     
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    vw_killer New Member

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    ok so there's no one on this board who is interested in the bc vtec con. i looked and some said ok and some said not ok so which is good? or bad?
     
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    TurboMirage YEEAAAHHH VIP

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    ive never heard of it. i think everyone just buys an apexi vafc.
     
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    get_nick These snozzberries taste like snozzberries... VIP

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    most people don't like hacks to begin with. you would be better off with a tunable chip/ecu.
     
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    The buddy club vtec controller works great for what it does, which basically just moves vtec engagement around. However, this won't really help anything because it does not adjust fuel curves or anything else. It just moves vtec so you won't see any more power, you'll just hear vtec kick in at a different time. I suggest getting a chipped ecu.
     
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    thanks that was what i was looking for.
     
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    DO NOT CHIP YOUR ECU. those chips along with piggy backs (safc, vafc) like to the computer and lock your ignition and fuel tables to gether. that is not a good combo. if you are going to do anything like that some kind of tuning software is the way to go. hondata, crome, uberdata etc are what you need to be looking in to.
     
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    i thought hondata and such didn't do 90-93 accords do they do 94-97?
     
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    just need to get a diff ecu.

    ny 94 accord is rockin hondata.
     
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    StandBackImApro Welding/Fabrication

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    What Are you talking about? Hondata,crome, neptune.. etc ALL make chips for the ECU....
     
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