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  1. cockstronghalfablocklong

    cockstronghalfablocklong Member

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    yo what if hondata doesn't support your setup? I was on their website and it says they don't have a system to support any B18B1 newer than '96. WTF?
     
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    they don't have an obd2 system apparently. Oh well.
     
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    pills_PMD Super Moderator

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    no one really can do it affordably. the chips that the OBD2 ecus use are INSANELY expensive. i read it was like 500 for a single write chip.

    convert to obd1 and be sweet
     
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    You could run one of the OBD2 Plugged P28 setups, or get an adapter harness to go from OBD2 to OBD1.
     
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