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p06 ecu questions

Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by the_crazy_russian, Dec 12, 2004.

  1. the_crazy_russian

    the_crazy_russian Junior Member

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    hi,
    I have a p06 ecu that I've socketed, chipped, converted to vtec, and set up for dataloging for use im my d series turbo setup. I just purchased a b18b that I plan on swapping into my civic in the not to distant future.my question is, is there any drawbacks to using the p06 with the b18b assuming I change the fuel maps ect. vs using the stock p75? the reason I ask is because eventually I'll end up boosting the b18 as well and don't really feel like socketing, and setting up another ecu (p75) if the p06 will work just as good.
    any info would be appriciated.
    thanks,
    B
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  2. civiclxb16

    civiclxb16 Senior Member

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    i would go with the stock ecu man that is the best way for it, i am learning that the hard way!
     
  3. nfn15037

    nfn15037 Senior Member

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    Nothing wrong with a P06 if it has the right origramming on it.
     
  4. the_crazy_russian

    the_crazy_russian Junior Member

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    cool thanx, when the time comes I'll try using my p06 with propper maps ect and see how it goes.if all else fails I can get a p75 later. next step is to build a romulator interface, like the one on pgmfi. has any one here built one? wondering how well it works compaired to the Xtronics ROMulator...
    thanks again,
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    nfn15037 Senior Member

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    Do you mean the RTP board? Yes, it works great, just have to turn the car off to change some values but for fuel/spark changes, real time programmability 0wns.
     
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    b204dr Senior Member

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    if you have the correct maps - correct application your ecu is good for most applications cause u can change it -=0
     
  7. the_crazy_russian

    the_crazy_russian Junior Member

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    awesome,the p06 was well worth the25 bux I paid for it hehehe .thanks for the info guys great stuff :worthy:
     
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    i love p06's as well :D
     
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