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ecu's for b-series motors

Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by B20CIV96, Dec 3, 2003.

  1. B20CIV96

    B20CIV96 Junior Member

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    i'm looking to buy a p28 (obd I)manual ecu so i can get it programmed/chipped to run my setup (b20/vtec in 96 civic ex) , but if i can get a p07 for less money would i be lossing out?
    Also is there any other ecu's that I can use that can be programmed and chipped? to run my setup (i know i'll have to use an OBDII to OBDI harness)
     
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    Hatchbacks Anonymous Senior Member

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    OBD1 P72 will work nicely.
     
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    P28's are cheaper and easier to find but its your choice.
     
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    radnulb Senior Member

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    sigh.
    Stay away from P07. They are the "VX" ECU and use a 5-wire O2 sensor, and require some rewiring change.

    What motor are you trying to run? A B20 could be run off a chipped P06, P74, P75, P28, P30, P61, P72. A B20Vtec could be run off a chipped P28, P30, P61, P72
     
  5. B20CIV96

    B20CIV96 Junior Member

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    thanks for the input. now i know what ecu's to keep my eye out for
     
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