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ECU cutoff on a 88 prelude si?

 
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Old 01-18-2008, 12:51 AM
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ECU cutoff on a 88 prelude si?

How do you deactivate the ECU cutoff on a 88 prelude si? i just found this qestion on wiki and i was like WTF ? but the question was not answerd so i hope u guys can tell me and if theirs any other little secrets i should know about it said that it will give u more top end if u turn it off so idk do i have to open up my ecu or somthing?
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You cant lol!

...you are OBD 0 with a PK2 Ecu.

to cut through not converting your Prelude to OBD I with a chipped ECU, think about getting a SAFC and finding a tuner who can help you with your fuel needs.

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You cant lol!

...you are OBD 0 with a PK2 Ecu.

to cut through not converting your Prelude to OBD I with a chipped ECU, think about getting a SAFC and finding a tuner who can help you with your fuel needs.

ok thx man yea i will be getting that SAFC when i get the money and i will get it tuned

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I haven't noticed one, lack of power always works well.
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