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    ECU upgrade for H23A1...?

    Im currently in the process of doing a full h23a1 swap from a 94 prelude si into my cb7, but i wanted to know if there was a better ecu that i could use instead.
    are there any chipped ecu's or anything?

    Thanks,
    Kevin
    1992 H22A4 Coupe - R.I.P.



    Bought from: slammed4thgen. new_beginnings. crzy.tuning. f20aaccordturbo. hondaguy1212. cb4_honda. fatboy1185. wed3k.
    _____________H22A4CB7. minorreparations. PR CB7. plee3. Bisimoto Engineering.

    Sold to: LadyG. sulimed. choppacity. choogee3.

    #2
    get a chipped P06.

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      #3
      If you have it already, just use the P14 to get you going then you could always move to a chipped P05/6, PR4, P75 for example. Just a thought

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        #4
        whats the advantages/disatvantages to each? and which would be the best to go?
        also, isnt the p06 a civic ecu?
        1992 H22A4 Coupe - R.I.P.



        Bought from: slammed4thgen. new_beginnings. crzy.tuning. f20aaccordturbo. hondaguy1212. cb4_honda. fatboy1185. wed3k.
        _____________H22A4CB7. minorreparations. PR CB7. plee3. Bisimoto Engineering.

        Sold to: LadyG. sulimed. choppacity. choogee3.

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          #5
          aslong as its chipped i dont think theres any diffrence in the ecu just the program thats on it and whether its a VTEC ecu or not.

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            #6
            Originally posted by Granite CB7 View Post
            If you have it already, just use the P14 to get you going then you could always move to a chipped P05/6, PR4, P75 for example. Just a thought
            yeah i have the p14, but i thought there might be something better, such as to remove speed limiter and increase redline for example.
            1992 H22A4 Coupe - R.I.P.



            Bought from: slammed4thgen. new_beginnings. crzy.tuning. f20aaccordturbo. hondaguy1212. cb4_honda. fatboy1185. wed3k.
            _____________H22A4CB7. minorreparations. PR CB7. plee3. Bisimoto Engineering.

            Sold to: LadyG. sulimed. choppacity. choogee3.

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              #7
              Seeing as its the Si engine, it most likely doesn't have a speed limiter. Don't know anything about Preludes tho, so I can't tell you for sure.
              1992 Oldsmobile Custom Cruiser

              1986 Chevrolet C10|5.3L|SM465|Shortbed|Custom Deluxe

              1983 Malibu Wagon|TPI 305|T5 5 speed|3.73 non-posi


              1992 Accord Wagon (RETIRED)

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                #8
                oh, i was just assuming it did but you may be right. gonna look into that.
                whats so good about the chipped p06? i see quite a few people using that ecu, but i never looked into it...
                1992 H22A4 Coupe - R.I.P.



                Bought from: slammed4thgen. new_beginnings. crzy.tuning. f20aaccordturbo. hondaguy1212. cb4_honda. fatboy1185. wed3k.
                _____________H22A4CB7. minorreparations. PR CB7. plee3. Bisimoto Engineering.

                Sold to: LadyG. sulimed. choppacity. choogee3.

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                  #9
                  Maybe a p12 I think that's one from the F22B DOHC which is pretty much an H23. But the best would be just get a p06 and have chipped and tuned for your needs.

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                    #10
                    chipped p06 it is,
                    thanks for the help guys
                    1992 H22A4 Coupe - R.I.P.



                    Bought from: slammed4thgen. new_beginnings. crzy.tuning. f20aaccordturbo. hondaguy1212. cb4_honda. fatboy1185. wed3k.
                    _____________H22A4CB7. minorreparations. PR CB7. plee3. Bisimoto Engineering.

                    Sold to: LadyG. sulimed. choppacity. choogee3.

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                      #11
                      chipped p06

                      or a p39....that's the ecu the runs the JDM F22b(no knock sensor to hook-up)

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                        #12
                        hm that sounds interesting too, but it would probably be hard to come across.
                        btw, are all of these ecu's plug and play?
                        1992 H22A4 Coupe - R.I.P.



                        Bought from: slammed4thgen. new_beginnings. crzy.tuning. f20aaccordturbo. hondaguy1212. cb4_honda. fatboy1185. wed3k.
                        _____________H22A4CB7. minorreparations. PR CB7. plee3. Bisimoto Engineering.

                        Sold to: LadyG. sulimed. choppacity. choogee3.

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                          #13
                          ok so i was looking around for a p06 and i learned that it lacks IAB control. is this that bad of an issue? ill be using one of the blaktrax spacers stacked with my oem IAB spacer and it seems like it would be a little bad if the IAB werent being controlled...right?

                          then i came across the p72 which retains IABs and EGR, but isnt it a vtec ecu?
                          1992 H22A4 Coupe - R.I.P.



                          Bought from: slammed4thgen. new_beginnings. crzy.tuning. f20aaccordturbo. hondaguy1212. cb4_honda. fatboy1185. wed3k.
                          _____________H22A4CB7. minorreparations. PR CB7. plee3. Bisimoto Engineering.

                          Sold to: LadyG. sulimed. choppacity. choogee3.

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                            #14
                            I have a p39 That I would sell you, it does me no good sitting here no that I have a p06 and crome to tune with.
                            spin city

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by SE_DynamiK View Post
                              ok so i was looking around for a p06 and i learned that it lacks IAB control. is this that bad of an issue? ill be using one of the blaktrax spacers stacked with my oem IAB spacer and it seems like it would be a little bad if the IAB werent being controlled...right?

                              then i came across the p72 which retains IABs and EGR, but isnt it a vtec ecu?
                              yes thats a p72 is a gsr ecu.
                              I stiil learning about chipped ecus and stuff like that but Ive read that you cannot run vtec ECUs on a non-vtec motor.
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