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AllMotorMonster

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Here's the deal.

I got some extra parts that I need to move outta here..


OBD1 P30 (USA) delSol ecu. BONE STOCK, and works perfectly - $300

OBD1 P28, chipped with mugen spec DOHC VTEC. 5700 VTEC & 9500 Redline - $225
(recommend you have dual valve springs, and maybe some engine work for this ecu)


OBD2-1 and OBD2b-1 adapter harness. Brand new, not used parts. $180 shipped.


PM or e-mail me for more info, or if you are interested.
 
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sisteve

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Originally posted by AllMotorMonster@Feb 2 2003, 05:35 AM
OBD1 P30 (USA) delSol ecu. BONE STOCK, and works perfectly - $300


your kidding right?

geesh :spin:
 

AllMotorMonster

Senior Member
Originally posted by sisteve+Feb 6 2003, 07:16 PM-->
AllMotorMonster
@Feb 2 2003, 05:35 AM
OBD1 P30 (USA) delSol ecu. BONE STOCK, and works perfectly - $300


your kidding right?

geesh :spin:

I'm guessing you thing that is too much.....


Here, check this out....

#4 in the picture, check the price.

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103874 004 1 CONTROL MODULE, ENGINE (RMD) NO COLOR 1349.37 1012.05

Still think my price is expensive?


www.hondaautomotiveparts.com

Under

DelSol
1995
2DR VTEC ABS
KL5MT

Then choose Control unit - Cabin
 

lsvtec

GNU/Linux Evangelist
It's all about supply and demand, no one is going to pay that because 1) yours isn't brand new from Honda and 2) they can get the same ECU for $100 at a junkyard.
 
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sisteve

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thanks for posting that picture...

Im quite aware of prices for OEM honda parts as I used to work for honda.

and lsvtec is correct, just becuase its brand new from honda for that price doesnt mean it well sell for that price out on the street.

You'll be lucky to get 100 on ebay.

Good luck anyways.
 

AllMotorMonster

Senior Member
Originally posted by lsvtec@Feb 6 2003, 09:38 PM
It's all about supply and demand, no one is going to pay that because 1) yours isn't brand new from Honda and 2) they can get the same ECU for $100 at a junkyard.

Ok, so you guys are cheap. Don't buy it.

The fact still remains that a real P30 is in high demand for those that want to do the swap properly.

But hey, thanks for pointing it out.

BTW, can you send me the information on where you can get P30 manual ecus for $100?

I'll buy 10 of them if not more.

Thanks!



Wow, I just realized I'm talking to a Moderator, and a Admin!!!!

Way to make your members feel at home guys.
 

lsvtec

GNU/Linux Evangelist
There is no need to be a dick, chill.

I was only saying that anyone can get the exact same ECU from a junkyard for $100.
 

AllMotorMonster

Senior Member
Originally posted by lsvtec@Feb 7 2003, 10:32 AM
There is no need to be a dick, chill.

I was only saying that anyone can get the exact same ECU from a junkyard for $100.

I'm not the one being a dick, you guys are.


I still want to know where you can get a P30 ecu for $100

Thanks!
 

lsvtec

GNU/Linux Evangelist
Any junkyard.

And this thread is locked.
 
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