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So If I'm Going To Put A H22

Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by 97civic, Apr 1, 2003.

  1. 97civic

    97civic Member

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    I'm most likely going to put a h22 in my 97 civic. I'm wondering should i get aem's engine management system and just use that and save most of the issues if not all with the wiring? Has anyone else used this and is it good thing to invest in cause i know it's not cheap and i'm looking for something around 275 300 horses a waste of money? but i'm trying to make the most out of the wiring thing and if i can skip it i'm willing to pay tyhe cash :) plus the car might later on be made more for drag at the track or other places ;) just asking thanks for input
     
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    pissedoffsol RETIRED

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    since aem uses stock wiring, it doesn't cancel the hassel.
    you still need to buy the correct obd aem ecu based on the model number of the aem.
     
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