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either HONDATA OR AEM MANAGEMENT

Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by tim markland, Apr 21, 2007.

  1. tim markland

    tim markland Junior Member

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    whats UP guys i need some advice....i have a 99 civic coupe with an h22...
    skunk2 intake manny
    bbk 70mm throttle body
    headers
    hi-flow cat- and magna flow exhaust
    need too know what kind of ecu program too be running its gonna be all motor thats it...doesnt have the kick like an h22 should i think i need fuel or a programable ecu like HONDATA OR AEM MANAGEMENT... i kno that aem is big bux but is it worth it ....and if i go hondata which one should i get?

    totaly different subject i ahve a popping noise after deaccelerating anybody know what that is?
     
  2. boostin4fun

    boostin4fun Boosted ls/vtec ohh yeah!

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    I recommend using CROME Pro with a obd1 ecu. If you are not obd1 you can convert with a jumper harness for like $90. Crome is easier to use and works every bit as good as Hondata. Plus you can get the regular version as a free download. It doesnt have all the features of CROME Pro but works great also. Learn more about it at < C R O M E > Good luck. ;)
     
  3. reikoshea

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    most everyone here is gonna recommend you go with crome. if you have to spend money on something hondata would be your next choice.
     
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    tim markland Junior Member

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    ok chrome... do i need a p28 or p72 for that....can i tweak chrome myself.or do i need a shop too do that ?
     
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    reikoshea HS Troll...And Mod Moderator VIP

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    p28, p72, p06 and p30 will all gladly let you use crome. you can tweak the prog yourself if you have a copy of the map and the hardware needed to reburn the chip.
     
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    i have a 95 gsr and a guy is trying to sell me a whole hondadata system for $200...is it worth it? what kind of gains am i looking at?
     
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    pissedoffsol RETIRED

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    tuning is not intended for "gains". tuning is intended so you don't blow your shit up and it runs the best.

    if gains do come out of it, its a byproduct.
     
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    PUREKDM New Member

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    understandable...by gains i meant "pros" my bad...
     
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    hondata s200 is very outdated now... and i don't think you're going to get an s300 for that price.
    "whole system" is also entirely way to vague, considering the base kit is 225 new.
     
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    its not that outdated with the new software;)
     
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    pissedoffsol RETIRED

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    did they have a new release? i haven't even heard about it.
     
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    no its not a new release but it is a new software upgrade that further expands the fuel and air tables, plus some other new stuff. nothing to get excited over but at least they are makeing efforts to keep it updated
     
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