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what is the best ECU??

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by blackcom, Mar 28, 2005.

  1. blackcom

    blackcom Junior Member

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    hey guys,

    what is the best ECU to use for MPFI swap from DPFI?
    PM 7 or PM 6??
    which got higher rev limit? :unsure:
     
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    blackcom Junior Member

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    anyone??? :worthy: :worthy: :unsure:
     
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    cheese9988 Senior Member VIP

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    Well what motor did you put in, or did you just do a mini-me swap. If you put in a DOHC ZC then a PG7 or a PM7 is best. If you just put an si head on your block then a PM6 will probably do just fine for you. D16Z6 uses a diff ecu, but I forget which one, look it up if you need to know.
     
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    use the pm6 for the si, my guess is you're still using the dpfi head right?

    z6 = p28, but thats not for you...
     
  5. blackcom

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    hi guys,
    thks for the info ..
    yes, im still using the D15B2 head + bottom now
    im swapping the Z6 manifold 1st with the MPFI from DPFI, but will swap the Z6 head with D15B2 bottom later after i finished with my MPFI swap..

    so i go get a PM6 or PM7 for the Just the MPFI swap?
    how to tell wherthe izt a manual or auto?
    sorry for my noob for car :p

    items i have now, for mpfi swap
    -adj cam gear (use it wen i change the head)
    -Z6 intake manifold with injector,rail,TB
    -PM7 ECU (looking for a PM6)
    -honda resistor box
    -ZC dizzy
    anytin i left out??
     
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    cheese9988 Senior Member VIP

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    For now just get the cheaper of the three, although the PM7/PG7 has better fuel curves. You will have to get the p28 later when you wire in your vtec for the Z6 head. There is a section on pgmfi.org that not only tells you whether or not its a auto ecu, but it also tells you how to change it. I converted a PM7 myself in less than 10mins using that web site.
     
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    blackcom Junior Member

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    hi cheezzzzzzzzzz...

    i found both PM7 and PM6 at the same price.. :p
    Which will u chose? Y?
    The thing is mi now wondering wherthe are they manual or auto,cz i need a manual. :unsure:
    Can PM7 be use for the MPFI swap from D15B2? using Z6 manifold.
     
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    ryan89crx Senior Member

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    either ecu will work. but i would go with the pm6 for your setup. the pg7 might have a little too rich of fuel curves for your 1.5, plus if you get the 90-91 pm6, you can chip it later if you decide you want to fine tune your setup
     
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    thks bro..
    hmm ...seems like PM7 dosen't have much supporters kekek :D
    but will it be very costly to chip the PM6 ECU if i wanna fine tune it cz im swaping a Z6 head on later on..im staying in singapore. :angry:
    Or should i go for the PM7 instead? :huh:
     
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