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What Ecu?

Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by deth101, Jun 3, 2003.

  1. deth101

    deth101 Senior Member

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    I have a 95 dx coupe auto,I just bought a b16a2 out of a 00 si coupe,tranny,linkage,everything I could get my wrench on,I have the P2T out of this car and dont want to run this engine obd2b if I can avoid it.
    My question is what chips would work,what chip is best,aftermarket?,where to get said chips.
    Also is the P2T something other people would want?thank you.
     
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    you should sell that ecu and get a P30, PR3, or a chipped P28, that way you wouldnt have to run obdII.
     
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    where to get......where to sell?????
     
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    you can buy and sell here, ebay, or other boards.
     
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    any of the aftermarket chips from skunk or spoon worth a shit?
    and how do I avoid buying a bunk chip.....have heard horror stories
    thanks
     
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    personally ive never ran them. everyone tells me they run rich. unless your engine is modified id stick with the stock fuel maps.
     
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    thank you for your help SixtySecondAssassin :worthy:
     
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    anyone know which of these,
    P30, PR3, or a chipped P28
    ,would be best?
     
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    why is everyone so scared of obd2? personally i hear the p28 reccomended most highly
     
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    why go through the hassle of adding wires and buying a jumper when you could just plug in and go?

    if you use the p28, youll need it chipped. you wont need to run a knock sensor.
    the p30 and pr3 are basically the same. you will need to run a knock sensor.
     
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    not so scared of obd2 just have been told that later mods will be less problematic with obd1 and dont know what all I will need and halft to do for obd2.....advice always being taken here :D
    as for p28 ...chipped by who/where to get?
     
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    You can send me your DX automatic ecu. I can convert it to P28, and chip it with a stock P30 chip that won't look for the knock sensor.

    Cost is $175

    Or you can buy a P28 for around $150 (if you can find one that isn't already modified) and then get that chipped.

    If you want a PR3 OBD1, or P30 expect to spend between 200-300 depending on the seller, and if you can find one. They're really rare in US form.
     
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    cool,I'm adding you to my buddy list,expect to hear from me soon.thank you :D
     
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