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Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by brc80, Nov 6, 2003.

  1. brc80

    brc80 Senior Member

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    You can read my sig for my swap and mods. Im running a chipped pr3 with a mugen knock of program and the thing runs stupid rich. My question is i have a chipped pr4 with removed rev limit. Along with dyno time and propper tunning should i run that along with a Vafc for vtec and fuel settings? My reason for wanting to run the pr4 is it doesnt look for a knock sensor, or a second o2.

    Thanks in advance for your help.
     
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    brc80 Senior Member

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    Bump for the night crew.
     
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    AllMotorMonster Senior Member

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    First off, the Mugen program is a fuel pig, this is one of your problems.

    Go with a lighter fuel chip like Spoon, Feels, etc... OR have one custom made for your mods specifically
     
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    yeah... but if you want, you could tune it yourself with the VAFC... i have never seen a chip that served any real purpose without being a custom ROM, other than changing the rev limit..

    save the price of the chips, and buy my PR4.... cheap
     
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    brc80 Senior Member

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    Anyone else?
     
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    Theres no better cure than Hondata.
     
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    Yeah i know a Hondata is th ebest choice but that is not an option at the moment. SO out of my two options what is the best route to take?
     
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    neither. educate yourself on your options more. www.pgmfi.org
     
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