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p28 for a b20?????

Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by civhatch97, Jun 9, 2009.

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    civhatch97 New Member

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    i know the p75 will work, but i was lookin for other options, and tryin to stay away from ebay/junk yard... if anyone knows of a good site, let me know
     
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    if you got money to spend you could go with hondata
     
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    Well what are you planning on doing with this? If the engine is mostly stock and you're wanting to leave it that way, then the P75 will be your best bet. If you're planning on building/boosting/tuning, etc., then I'd go with a P28...
     
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    yeah i was planning mild modding, and i had contacted hondata about the p28 just yesterday, its $295 for the ecu + the $595 for the s300.... holy crap $890, i paid less for the car haha .... how much is a p75....
     
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    Elaborate on "mild modding" please. If it's nothing more then bolt-ons, you'll be fine with the P75...
     
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    i was running a p28 on my b20 vtec
     
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    $300 for a P28! :eek: I paid $50 for mine.
     
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    can someone help

    i have a 00 ex civic its at im going mt wat ecus can i use it comes with a p2p i know its gonna have to mt but does it have to be p2p
     
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    yeah just bolt-ons pretty much.... now is that just the stock p75,or does that have to be tuned too + does it matter MT or AT or not?????

    yeah- thru hondata, its already socketed for the s300 though...
     
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    I agree with efhondakid

    If you are planning mild mods....then run the LS ECU (p75)

    I would get a OBD2 LS ECU b/c your car and motor are both OBD2 (not that you have to but for mild mod's...its easiest)
     
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    If you're just going to do bolt-ons then a stock P75 should be sufficient. Once you've added your bolt-on parts be sure to reset the ECU and take the car for a spin so it can adapt to any new intake or exhaust mods that you've done.

    And yes, the transmission type does matter when you're picking an ECU...
     
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