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ecu for g series project

Discussion in 'Accord' started by need2bfaster, May 13, 2009.

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    need2bfaster New Member

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    what ecu would i need for the g series build h22 on a 90 -93 accord its obd1 non vtec can i use a 94 civic vtec or 94 accord vtec ecu and does any one happen to know what the compression might end up being after the head swap im trying to get an idea if i can still get away with stock internals on 6 psi
     
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    If you insist on using a stock ECU, then using the ECU that goes with the head you're using is probably the best bet. Ideally though, you'll want to get an ECU chipped and custom-tuned to your build...
     
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    i am curently boosted i have a chipped ecu (po6) which is already tuned for my set up but its a non vtec ecu i know to use a vtec ecu but if i cant find the ecu that goes with the head is there an atlernative ecu i can use to get chipped
     
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    P28 (92-95 Civic Ex/Si)
     
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    What's a g series? V6?
     
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    f series with an h series head its between f and h which is g.
     
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    With K series pistons.
     
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    arent the k series pistons used for n/a motors not boost
     
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    how do i post a thread
     
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    efhondakid My name is Byron. VIP

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    All the G builds I have seen are nasty N/A motors, they are the cheaper alternative to going K.
     
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