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Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by obdtwointegra, Apr 27, 2003.

  1. obdtwointegra

    obdtwointegra Junior Member

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    I was wanting to put a skunk2 chip on my 96 integra but the only availible chip they have is for a 94-95 integra which is A OBD1 ECU, but mine is a obd2, could i still fit that 94-95 integra chip on my 96 integra?
     
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    pills_PMD Super Moderator

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    no way.

    you dont want a skunk2 chip either.

    you want to convert to obd1 and run hondata...
     
  3. AllMotorMonster

    AllMotorMonster Senior Member

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    1- Skunk2 does not make a chip for either the LS or the GSR.

    2- 96 ecu's are OBD2. To chip an ecu, you need to be OBD0 or OBD1.

    Since you didn't mention, I'll just send some prices your way.

    OBD2-1 adapter - $150

    LS (P75) ecu - average - $150

    GSR (P72) ecu - average - $275

    Chipping your ecu - average - $125

    The problem with most ecu chips is the redline is WAY higher than the engine can withstand. I myself can change the redlines of all the chips I carry, thus making the power increases redline safe. I don't do 9000 redlines on a LS engine that is 6800 stock, that's just asking for trouble.
     
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