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V-tec controller?

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by Jm0n3yj0hns0n, Nov 15, 2007.

  1. Jm0n3yj0hns0n

    Jm0n3yj0hns0n Rotta Roketta

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    - have a 94 del sol with a mini me swap, I want a v-tec controller, does anyone have any opinions on v-tec controlers? Does neone have one for sale, or know a cheap site that has them, thank you
     
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    Jm0n3yj0hns0n Rotta Roketta

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    lol yeah sweaty donkey balls dont sound that great, how much would a tuned p28 cost me?
     
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    You can get one already done or if you are feeling brave you can just buy a chipping kit from xenocron.com and do it yourself. $35 I believe is what I paid for mine. Just make sure its not your first time soldering on a pcb because it might get messy.

    Yes sweaty donkey balls if you get the hack.
     
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    He already has the ECU. Its a 1994 del sol so he either has a P28 or P30. If he doesn't have either of these ECUs he can chip it if he has any of the ones listed here HONDA1 - Honda ECU Chipping Kit [HONDA1] - $16.00 : Moates.Net for 16 bucks. His car should be obd1.
     
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    Like I said. If its your first time working with a printed circuit board and you don't have any experience soldering then don't do it and listen to blanco.
     
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