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Ls/Vtec, wat kind of ecu?

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by doubleE, May 31, 2005.

  1. doubleE

    doubleE Junior Member

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    okay, I'm running a LS/VTEC setup in my 94 integra. The Vtec head is a B16A Sir2 with stock internal and intake maniford, and the block is a 96 ls block with Eagle rods and b16a sir2 pistons. With this setup, what kind of ecu should i run? One of my friend told me that skunk p28 chipped ecu is not good. So, in this case, what should I do? any suggestion would help.. thankx..
     
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    VTECin5th Administrator

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    get a socketed/chipped p28, and have it TUNED & rechipped.
    I got my socketed/chipped p28 for $150; cheap solution.
     
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    pills_PMD Super Moderator

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    agreed. p28, socketed and run uberdata.
     
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    xj0hnx I wanna be sedated VIP

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    :werd:

    The best would be one that is tuned to that motor.
     
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    I'm running a Socketed/Chipped OBDI P72 by ECUHacker.com

    Runs smooth...

    Bout' all I can say 'bout that....
     
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    How the fuck did you pull that off? Eagle rods use a floating wrist pin and B16 pistons use a clip. I'd like to know how you got that one to work....
     
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    Well, I don't know about that, but it worked. the machine shop took care of that for me. Anyway, since the head is basically stock, I planned to run a stock p30 is that okay? o one more question, can I run a ls throttle body with a b16a maniford? just wondering because my b16a throttle body is kind of bad.. Will there be any different in power? thankx..
     
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    The stock P30 WILL work, but I would still get some sort of tuning device. You should adjust your fuel map because you are not running a B16, it's a totaly different motor.

    I still want to know how your machine shop pulled off the wrist pin magic. I bought aftermarket rods for my CTR pistons and my machine shop told me there is no way to make it work. :shrug:
     
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    I am planning on building a second block for a later install(in bout a) month and I am also using SirII pistons with new rings, which rods do I have to get, I definitely want to upgrade though because my lsvtec right now is bone stock bottom and top and I want reliability and power.

    So all in all which rods fit which pistons fit which crank and so on and so forth...
     
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