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GSR Running rich as can be...

Discussion in 'Integra' started by teggyguy, Oct 26, 2008.

  1. teggyguy

    teggyguy high density foot.

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    I love trying to get off the line when plugs are nearly fouling just at idle...

    Either way.

    Type-R internals. (valves rods pistons cams springs)
    balanced polished crank.
    bearings redone.
    mls gaskets all over the place.

    chipped pr3-2 ecu with type-r programming.

    I think that was a bad idea... type-r's having bigger motors and all... lol

    so either way.
    Any idea. I've got a hondata s200 that i can put in and tune soon as I get the $$ but are there any temporary stop fouling my plugs fixes? lol
     
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    noxtem New Member

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    Ok, what you need to do is get your smart homie on this. i bet he can flash that ecu for you. Or atleast get the hondata working. If he cant, i dont know who can...
     
  3. FLounder

    FLounder power hungry VIP

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    easiest temporary fix would be to just drop in a stock ecu. i mean they dont really lose value so you could buy one and then just sell it once you go to get tuned.
     
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    Hes got a p28 in that piece, with about 4 resisters completely removed... and some replaced with no resistance wire, its nice. Just buy a p72 with me, its the one im going to tune, and ill have the same comp/fuel you have, with minor differences with the ROM.
     
  5. teggyguy

    teggyguy high density foot.

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    I'm going to just remove all the shit in my ecu and see if I can get it back to a stock tuned ecu. Shit will probably run better that way anyways, and if it doesn't, well I already know what needs to be put back in. I'll take pics. Going to work on it tonight.
     
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