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P72 ECU for H22A? Is it a must?

I just got a H22A Vtec and I need to get an ECU, i'm not sure which type i should get. I still need to do some homework about them and was wondering if anyone could help me out with what they know.

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Re: P72 ECU for H22A? Is it a must?

Get a P13 if you're not going to tune it. Get a P72 if you're going to tune it and keep your stock intake manifold. Get a P28 if you're going to tune it with an aftermarket intake manifold or remove the IAB plate

***this is all assuming you're OBDI
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Re: P72 ECU for H22A? Is it a must?

hey thanks for the reply, I havent gotten my internet back up for a while.

So p13 would be my best bet if I dont plan on racing or anything I take it? I really just want to get my car running with vtech working and everything, I want to go the easiest route and avoid expensive prices. My problem is i'm uneducated with this stuff and my brother says i should get the p28 and my friend says p13.

If you were in my position what would you get, why and where :D

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Re: P72 ECU for H22A? Is it a must?

If you just want your car to run like normal, and you don't have any major power plans for the future, a stock P13 is what you need. Check junkyards, eBay, craigslist, etc
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Re: P72 ECU for H22A? Is it a must?

alright thanks for the help :D
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