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Old 02-12-2006, 10:17 AM   #1
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Default options for ecu tuning PCT-003 ecu jun

http://putfile.com/pic.php?pic...&s=x7
here is the link to the pic its the ecu from my type r civic what are the options to chip the ecu etc. I have a new hondata s200 . I also use a harness to connect to the wiring harness.
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wow popular post is this answered already I looked in history couldnt find anything ?
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here is the link to the pic its the ecu from my type r civic what are the options to chip the ecu etc. I have a new hondata s200 . I also use a harness to connect to the wiring harness.
Type R Civic? hardly... wtf is your question?? what are you trying to find out?
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well I wont argue the Type R status with you but if you read the post I ask what are my tuning options . Can I chip this ecu ? should I buy a p28 etc. I need opinions not criticism.
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I dunno about the rest of you.....

but the link doesn't work for me.... as in I can't see the picture when I click on it.

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its just a photo of the ecu so you can read the code on it. Do you know if hondata can chip this? should I use another ecu?
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its just a photo of the ecu so you can read the code on it. Do you know if hondata can chip this? should I use another ecu?
Let me help jOo work the interw3b and excercise clarity.... Click the image to open in full size.

Click the image to open in full size.

If the image cannot be shown....the code is:

37820-PCT-003 (first row)
1115-100161 (2nd row)
UU (in the bottom right hand corner)

And no....hondata cannot "chip" that particular ecu. You need something OBDI.

PR3, P30, P06, P28, P72 etc. In no particular order....though the P06 and P28s are cheapest as they are most plentiful...but then you need a harness adapter.

Or jOo can spend a lot of moolah and get something like this:

http://www.hondata.com/accessories.html


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thanks I am going to use the p28 I guess I used it for my b series civic swap and it worked just fine.
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try for a p30 (jdm) or p72. they both have knock sensors the p28s do not. you can add a knock board from an ecu that has one but its a bit more work than i suspect you want to deal with.
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