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Chipped ECU - benefits?

Anyone have their ECU professionally chipped and have noticed any gains?
There is a local shop that will chip your ECU (comes with a new chip and socket), and also a custom basemap tailored to your setup.

If you provide the ECU, the charge is $65.

What I have heard is that you can gain about 12hp, increase throttle response, improve fuel economy, and provide protection to your engine.

I have an h22a obd1 with a p13.

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Re: Chipped ECU - benefits?

ya i just got mine, and ya you pretty well named it off. more hp/tq and a smoother power cruve are the big ones. and yes mmuuucch better throttle response(atleast it was for mine)

plus depending and what you do, you can add things like launch control, or full throttle shifting, vtec engagement point, A/C cutoff, along with many other options.

my addvice would be though, dont just get a basemap, get a full dyno tune. you'll be alot happier with it in the end.
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any updates??
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Re: Chipped ECU - benefits?

Benefit from a chipped ecu is that its tunable & easier for a tuner to mess with. Also, I think you can only gain those notice-able power after you tune your chipped ECU.
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...you can only gain those notice-able power after you tune your chipped ECU.
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Re: Chipped ECU - benefits?

i`m using chipped ecu, disable EGR, revolution per minute and speedcut
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Re: Chipped ECU - benefits?

It really does help a lot me personally I think it helped me the most with the throttle response
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uhm p13's are horrible to chip get a P28,P30 orP72 all good ecus to chip only problem is if your obd2 you will need to change some crap out.-Wiring wise
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uhm p13's are horrible to chip get a P28,P30 orP72 all good ecus to chip only problem is if your obd2 you will need to change some crap out.-Wiring wise
true true, except for you dont have to change anything, just buy a jumper harness to go with the new obd1 ecu
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true true, except for you dont have to change anything, just buy a jumper harness to go with the new obd1 ecu
Distributor will need to be changed because the signals are different and Jumper harnesses are technically Illegal for street use, then again what isnt

I only said about the changeover because some of uss 5th gen guys might want to go turbo but will but will need a better computer for their car.
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Distributor will need to be changed because the signals are different and Jumper harnesses are technically Illegal for street use, then again what isnt

I only said about the changeover because some of uss 5th gen guys might want to go turbo but will but will need a better computer for their car.

....umm ok... either way your still going to have to use a jumper harness.. (for a 5th gen anyways) unless you plan on getting like chase bays harness or something..

...think have it mixed around between ecu swapping, and engine swapping..
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....umm ok... either way your still going to have to use a jumper harness.. (for a 5th gen anyways) unless you plan on getting like chase bays harness or something..

...think have it mixed around between ecu swapping, and engine swapping..
I always changed the plugs from my old civic's I didnt use jumper harnesses because well they go bad, and I trust my solder and heatshrink vs ebay or clist.
None the less to the op all you need is a new used (chipped) ecu and you'll see results. I recommend getting a p28
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I always changed the plugs from my old civic's I didnt use jumper harnesses because well they go bad, and I trust my solder and heatshrink vs ebay or clist.
None the less to the op all you need is a new used (chipped) ecu and you'll see results. I recommend getting a p28
true true. you do know you dont have to buy hacked up ebay/clist harness.. thats why there are companys producing them now.. boomslang, skunk2, Aem, etc. Welcome to the modern times..

and ya deffinitely agree a p28 or if you plan on keeping ur IAB's then a p72 if you can find one.
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Re: Chipped ECU - benefits?

not meaning to thread jack but would there be any benefit to chipping a stock ecu on 97 base auto..amybe getting a venom system or an aem engine managment program...s300/hondata etc??? would it be worth it for me
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not meaning to thread jack but would there be any benefit to chipping a stock ecu on 97 base auto..amybe getting a venom system or an aem engine managment program...s300/hondata etc??? would it be worth it for me
sadly enough for you, that cant be done. because on a 97 its obd2. you'd need to convert to obd1 to run a chipped ecu.

and even then i would not run nos or any kind of real horsepower through your auto. it WILL blow up soon.
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makes sense....even if i got a obd1 with a piggyback system it would be kinda pointless to run nos even with a tranny cooler???
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bullshi* Ive always been a fan of neptune tuners, you can baseline tune your car which is a basic tune computer wise and you will get results out not noticeable but you will.
your tranmission is fine your not making POWER yet I would recommend if youre serious about having a fast lude and wanna keep it automatic get a hi-torque Converter instead of the stock one Honda gave you.
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makes sense....even if i got a obd1 with a piggyback system it would be kinda pointless to run nos even with a tranny cooler???
yes it would completely pointless. other then to look cool with the piggyback part on your dash.
because if you have a chipped obd1 ecu, it will be able to do everything the piggyback can do and then some.

and if you really want that screen on your dash, then you can look into something called tuner view. i've never realy dealt with it though.

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bullshi* Ive always been a fan of neptune tuners, you can baseline tune your car which is a basic tune computer wise and you will get results out not noticeable but you will.
your tranmission is fine your not making POWER yet I would recommend if youre serious about having a fast lude and wanna keep it automatic get a hi-torque Converter instead of the stock one Honda gave you.
and you make a ver good point, in most cars if you plan on making alot of power through a autotragic tanny, a hi-torque converter would be a good idea. but with our ****ty h/f auto tranny your better off just scraping the POS tranny and swappin for a 5 speed(with preludes anyways). they cant hold power for ****. hell they can barely hold the stock power. think the longest i've seen/heard someones auto trans lasting was for about 140k on a all stock car.
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whats this tuner view thing rebel?
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h2b it, It can always be done just takes $$$ and youll be flying ^_^
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and if you really want that screen on your dash, then you can look into something called tuner view. i've never realy dealt with it though.
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Literally typed "tuner view" into google and the very first link was a page explaining it all. Xenocron Tuning: Dash Kit Tuner View 2 LCD #[TunerViewLCD] for Hondata S300, Hondata KPRO, Neptune RTP, eCtune, Uberdata and Crome Tuning
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sorry rebel i got alittle more specific than that..i typed "tuner view for honda prelude"
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h2b it, It can always be done just takes $$$ and youll be flying ^_^
Has anyone ever messed with a h2b kit or swap...i mean i obviously cant use it cause its for manuals and i havent done my 5spd swap...YET...but has anyone ever played with a h2b

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according to the h2b website or whatever it is lol....it is a kit not a full swap
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h2b it, It can always be done just takes $$$ and youll be flying ^_^
.... you cant do H2B in a prelude.. edit: well you could but you'd have make alot of parts your self, and have alot of $$$

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Has anyone ever messed with a h2b kit or swap...i mean i obviously cant use it cause its for manuals and i havent done my 5spd swap...YET...but has anyone ever played with a h2b
and its a H/F Series engine mounted up to a B series tranny, put into a civic/integra/crx/etc. theyr'e quick as fuck, due to the much shorter gearing!
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Re: Chipped ECU - benefits?

And according the site im only seeing civics and integra with this kit...if im not mistakin they are already b series motors..
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Re: Chipped ECU - benefits?

based on what ive read and seen you canT do an h2b kit to a prelude...so im gunna go with rebel on this one

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Re: Chipped ECU - benefits?

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.... you cant do H2B in a prelude.. edit: well you could but you'd have make alot of parts your self, and have alot of $$$



and its a H/F Series engine mounted up to a B series tranny, put into a civic/integra/crx/etc. theyr'e quick as fuck, due to the much shorter gearing!
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Re: Chipped ECU - benefits?

well truely anything can be done with enough money. but i'm saying it cant be easily done in a prelude. like there are no swap mounts being made to do it. because really theres no reason to do it in a prelude... just change out the final drive and call it good.
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