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Spoon ECU????

Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by samuraiBill, Oct 3, 2004.

  1. samuraiBill

    samuraiBill Junior Member

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    Are they worth the money?????

    Austin
     
  2. AllMotorMonster

    AllMotorMonster Senior Member

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    Is it real?
     
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    cycloneb18c3 Senior Member

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    if its a "spoon" chipped ecu, its probably a rip off if its cheap.
    need more info
     
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    webink_EK9 Senior Member

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    is the one you're looking at from hmotorsonline.com?
     
  5. asmallsol

    asmallsol Super Moderator

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    no, nothing spoon is worth the money. For about the same money, you can go with a basicly stand alone ECU like Hondata and get better results
     
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    nfn15037 Senior Member

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    All a "Spoon" ECU is is just a chipped ECU. Save your $ and get a Hondata or some other form of real tuning.
     
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    radnulb Senior Member

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    I had a genuine spoon ECU, certificate and all pass though my hands. the chip was a modified mugen program, and I doubt it would provide much tangible benefit.
     
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    hey, try something called turboEDIT. the guy who created the program is local (kansa city). its a program that is fully tunable with a laptop. and the system is similar to the AEM system. and the best part about it, is that is is free. but you do have to spend like $70 to get an adapter installed onto your ecu. also the guy who created it is turboef9 on homemadeturbo.com

    here's a link http://www.turboedit.org/

    the site is deffinetly worth looking at.
     
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