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OBD II uberdata

Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by spydy43, Sep 15, 2004.

  1. spydy43

    spydy43 Senior Member

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    I am considering going with uberdata on my 96 civic ex with obd II and I am wondering what all I have to do, to convert to OBD 0. What ecu do I need? Does anything else need to be switched? How hard is the overall conversion and install of the chip. Here is what I am gathering I will need, can you let me know if I am missing something.

    OBD 0 ECU
    Chip-Burner
    uberdata software
    bigger injectors
     
  2. pissedoffsol

    pissedoffsol RETIRED

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    ubderdata is obd1. it won't work on obd0.

    simply get a socketed p28 ecu, and an obd2a->1 conversion harness.

    As for your list-
    you will need things like chip burners, laptops, chips, etc to make uberdata work along with a wideband 02 for street, or dyno time to tune.

    a larger fuel pump is needed with larger injectors as well.
     
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    spydy43 Senior Member

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    Thanks for the information I was not sure on the OBD for uberdata. Are the socketed p28 ecu's hard to find and how much do they run as well as the conversion harness? I have a d16y8 with a t3 turbo I installed a 190 high pressure fuel pump and I am looking to get about 250whp out of the car. What size injectors will be best?
     
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    p28 = $125
    socket = $17

    or you can have it socketed by hondata for $65 in 2 days if you don't feel comfortable with desoldering and soldeing on a circuit board.

    conversion harnesses are about $75-100

    look up the member jkobdconversionharness.com or something like that.
     
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    MaaseyRacer Senior Member

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    Just go with the conversion harness for OBD2-OBD1 it is plug and play with an OBD1 ecu.
     
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