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CT FS: OBD1 tuning set up

Discussion in 'Parts: For Sale/Trade/Wanted' started by Briansol, Jun 5, 2017.

  1. Briansol

    Briansol Admins Admin VIP

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    I've been cleaning out the garage and ran into my box of old tuning items that i just don't ever see myself using.

    These are all from the early/mid 2000s and i'm sure things are different today, so consider this a potential old-school package.

    I tuned about 4 cars with this setup, wideband was only used for turning purposes, not in the car full time.

    i assume it all works, but i can't be sure of it-- i haven't used any of it in over 10 years. It all worked perfectly at the time of storing it and it's been in static bags in a relatively climate controlled area (my garage attached to my house) since.

    Taking reasonable offers for the whole set up. Not looking to part it out at this time. This is well over $1000 worth of equipment and can be used with Hondata s200, crome, etc obd1 style tuning solutions with obd1 chip-burn setups.


    OStrich
    Romulator
    pocket programmer
    another chip burner, i forget the brand but it was from moates
    a bunch of obd1 chips.
    keyspan usb to serial port converter that properly gives it an IRQ.
    data logging cable with board solder piece
    LM-1 wideband o2

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    Shane86 New Member

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    How much are you asking for the chip burning equipment
     
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    taking reasonable offers...
     
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    With the chip burner stuff you're selling can I make a base map on my RTP ECU and burn a chip from that
     
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    This doesn't include any software. You'll need to get a copy of crome/etc to build a map and then publish it out to these tools to do the chip burning.
     
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