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Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by adecorzo, Apr 9, 2012.

  1. adecorzo

    adecorzo TronicsClub.com

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    im looking to run a stock boosted ls but not sure on the ecu can i keep it stock ecu and tune it with chrome or what please let me know thanks
     
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    yeah, you can use the stock p74 to chip and tune.
     
  3. adecorzo

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    whats stock ecu for 99 integra ls coupe
     
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    92 eg

    Wassup everyone I got a 92 civic eg hatch back wit a d16zc sohc v tec im swapping out for a 92 95 b16a and I would like to kno wat I will need . i have motor.and trans but I think ill need axles and a shift linkage and half shaft and ecu so my question is is this all I need . What year and make and model should I get the doner parts from thanks :confused:
     
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    dont just jump in my thread lmao anyways matt if i get everything for turbo setup can i just use my stock ecu and tune it with chrome its a stock ls motor only looking to run about 10lbs of boost lmk thanks
     
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    You need to have it chipped/socketed. Then you can have someone tune it on CROME, uberdata, neptune, etc.

    It also needs to be an OBD1 p75
     
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    im sorry could you explain the chipped and socketed part and so i would have to get a OBD1 p75 and a OBD2 to OBD1 harness correct?
     
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    Are you the kind of person that when they are at a party just jumps into the middle of a crowd of people you don't know, and starts telling some completely off the wall story?
     
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    Correct. OBD2>OBD1 harness, and you'll need to have someone chip your ECU. Basically enable it to have a different fuel map put on it other than the stock map.
     
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    alright thanks for the info :)
     
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    hey matt im looking to get a GSR head to put on my stock b18 block if i do this what do i have to do to make this head work right?
     
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    I am in the process of doing that now. VTEC conversion kit, VTEC water pump, oil pump, timing belt, head studs, and wire the VTEC solenoid.

    All of these things at the very LEAST.
     
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    Kit - done
    water pump - done
    oil pump
    timing belt
    head studs
    harness

    dam i need 4 things and still not even done lol
     
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