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Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by Iron 1, Oct 14, 2003.

  1. Iron 1

    Iron 1 Senior Member

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    I will go with the obd0 b18, and found out that the Hondata won't work. Pissedoffsol reccomended the zdyne, but I haven't done much research on them.. how is the support for them, how do they tune compared to the Hondata? All I can find is the fold secu for 1000, does anyone know of a better price?
     
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    radnulb Senior Member

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    the zdyne has been a dead product for a long time.
    No development has (or will) occur.

    It does a great job at doing what it does, but is very limited: no datalogging, some odd bugs with the boost code in 3bar mode, couple closed loop functions are a lil icky with big injectors.

    you will not find anything other than the overpriced $1000 SECU.

    If you're willing to DIY, head over to pgmfi.org and start reading. There are decent (but not perfect) boost management solutions for OBD0, and I/others are working hard on improving them
     
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    I have never used it, and haven't heard of anything using the zdyne, read some articles on their ecu setups and such. Seems like a more expensive hondata that doesn't work as well, oh wel........
     
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