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Ecu Chipping - Good/bad You Decide.

Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by AllMotorMonster, May 1, 2003.

  1. AllMotorMonster

    AllMotorMonster Senior Member

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    I just wanted to share a letter I got from a customer of mine...... I'll let his words speak.

    -----Original Message-----
    From: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
    Sent: Thursday, May 01, 2003 12:16 PM
    To: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
    Subject: RE: p13 problems


    I tried responding a couple of times. Thanks for asking. It worked awsome
    the first two days. Then the check engine light came on and wouldn't show a
    code ( code 0). So I took it out and ran my pt3 again. Then after a week or
    so, I decided to try it again. So I pluged it in and haven't seen a single
    code since. It's been about two weeks now and running great. I'm also
    getting way better gas milage. It's wierd. About 400 miles on about 14
    gallons. Before I was only getting about 330. Thanks for all your help and
    interest in my satisfaction. I love the chips performance. Thanks again.
    I'll be having more ecu's sent to you for your excellent work. -Cliff
     
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    B16 Super Moderator VIP

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    depends on the program, i got horrible mileage with my skunk2/mugen chip... i think they're good for OBD conversions and removing rev/speed limiters, thats about it..
     
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    pills_PMD Super Moderator

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    what program was he using??
    i wouldn't say that those are "typical results" by any means.. .i've heard lots of complaints about gas mileage especially...

    but .. good for him if he's got it working well.
     
  4. AllMotorMonster

    AllMotorMonster Senior Member

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    I made it for him, all custom done. He's running a P28 ecu on a H22 with the euro-R manifold.

    As you can tell, he's happy with the results.


    As for gas mileage on "most" chips, all I can say is that "most" chips are "mugen" based. The custom map I made for him was not a "mugen" base map.

    Skunk2=Mugen

    And we all know how much these kids love brand names, if they only knew..........
     
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    pills_PMD Super Moderator

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    hahah exactly.. what program do you use to modify the maps if it can't be done using hondata romeditor??
     
  6. AllMotorMonster

    AllMotorMonster Senior Member

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    Pills - I never reveal my secrets, but it has something to do with Microsoft........


    Here's another I just received. This chip was for a LS engine and I modified the fuel, timing, and set redline at 7500 RPM.

    I'll let him speak.

    Aj,
    I am VERY impressed! The package showed up this morning. I came home early and put it in, let it learn and after some adjusting on the fuel regulator I got my A/F mixture dialed in better than the stock chip would allow! The power is very consistant and it pulls very hard to right about 7500! You do nice work! The hole in the cover to access the switch is a nice touch. :^) Thank you very much for the professional service and quick shipping! My daughters gonna freak when she gets home in a few minutes and takes it out for a drive!
    I will be contacting you again in the future as I picked up a complete B16a SIR2 head. I plan on getting another B18b block and building a LS/VTEC from the pan up. Amy's really excited to learn how to design and build an engine and of course I'm always happiest when I'm tweaking or modifing something :^)

    ex drag racer, ex pull trucker, ex rock crawler, now enjoying rice rockets.... :^)
    Kevin Ehrlick
     
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    I have purchased a chip from AllMotorMonster and the product was second to none. I was very impressed with the support for choosing a chip and even more so with the results. :worthy:
     
  9. wildbillhatchbac

    wildbillhatchbac the OG VIP

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    i need some ECU work done. . . i'll be talkin to you
     
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