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Old 10-25-2008, 05:24 PM   #1
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Chipped ECU

Which ECU's besides the p06 and the p28 can be chipped and can be used to tune the CB? Probably a strange question, but those two are really hard to find over here.
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Old 10-26-2008, 11:57 AM   #2
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Old 10-26-2008, 11:59 AM   #3
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this has been discuessed hundreds of times already. ANY OBD1 HONDA ECU, except prelude and accord
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just about any civic ECU (as i hear) is fully tuneable. the P06 doesn't have VTEC so it's added. the P28 has VTEC, but won't run your knock sensor or egr.
also the P72 i believe does all of it. but also i found a P30 online and was told it would work.


i would think any OBD1 civic ECU is the same as to being useable. just each one requires different things.
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this has been discuessed hundreds of times already. ANY OBD1 HONDA ECU, except prelude and accord
Thanks! But I asked it because I couldn't find a thread on the board. Do you know where I can find it?

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Old 10-26-2008, 12:02 PM   #6
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just about any civic ECU (as i hear) is fully tuneable. the P06 doesn't have VTEC so it's added. the P28 has VTEC, but won't run your knock sensor or egr.
also the P72 i believe does all of it. but also i found a P30 online and was told it would work.


i would think any OBD1 civic ECU is the same as to being useable. just each one requires different things.

But are all the plugs the same or do I need another harness?

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But are all the plugs the same or do I need another harness?

the only time the plugs change is when you go from OBD0 to 1 or 1 to 2.
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the only time the plugs change is when you go from OBD0 to 1 or 1 to 2.
Now that solves a lot
So the search for a capable ecu is much easier now, because the P06 and the P28 are hard to find over here. I can get them here at a local tuning company, but they'll charge me almost $180 (150,-)

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Now that solves a lot
So the search for a capable ecu is much easier now, because the P06 and the P28 are hard to find over here. I can get them here at a local tuning company, but they'll charge me almost $180 (150,-)

i would check some websites or see about a member selling one.
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i would check some websites or see about a member selling one.
I'll surely do
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the only time the plugs change is when you go from OBD0 to 1 or 1 to 2.
don't forget about swapping pin a6 and a11 for 94-95 accords. that is the only exception to my knowledge.
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