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Chipped P72?

Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by 1995EGGuy, Oct 13, 2006.

  1. 1995EGGuy

    1995EGGuy Senior Member

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    Would a chipped P72 work for a JDM B16A 2nd gen? OBD 1?
     
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    it would work, just make sure you disable the iab control. a p30 or a p28 would be better choices though.
     
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    1995EGGuy Senior Member

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    how do you disable the iab
     
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    i think its in crome (if memory serves).
     
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    Once you chip it out is no longer a p72. Meaning you can basically run any vtec or non vtec motor, it's all in the new program. Crome or Uberdata you'll be your best bet, once you chip it out.
     
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    well in your opinion they are the best. i prefer hondata over those..but that is just my opinion.
     
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    Yes just my opinion, if you're on a budget. Of course Hondata is better, you get for what you pay. That's why I said your best bet, not that uber or crome are better than Hondata.
     
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