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Old 03-12-2005, 01:32 PM
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can you disable the knock sensor,speen sensor,oil pressure and all that good ---- using any obd0? programs.
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Old 03-12-2005, 04:29 PM
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can you disable the knock sensor,speen sensor,oil pressure and all that good ---- using any obd0? programs.
I assume you are talking PR3/PWO stuff?

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Old 03-12-2005, 09:31 PM
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Old 03-13-2005, 12:08 AM
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PR3 and PW0 have to be the most worthless ECUs I've seen.

..hell, even a PM5 or PM9 can be used for parts. I use PR3/PW0 ECUs for tire stops.
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Old 03-13-2005, 11:51 AM
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so what do you suggest? ps9? or chip the pm6 use a rpm switch like the feilds vtec controller i have and then tune it or something?
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first off you should use a ps9 and do 1 wire vtec, if you want you can use a pm6 with an rpm switch ( i do) but when you swap ecus, you no longer need any of the wiring changes that were made for the pwo/pr3 ecu, knock sensor, 2nd 02, vtec solenoid,oil pressure switch, all the wiring to those sensors can be removed as the ps9/pm6 do not need those sensors, then for vtec you simply wire up an rpm switch with the pos. output directly to the vtec solenoid, or with a ps9 one wire from vtec solenoid pinned into the ecu, i cant remember the location but lots of people know it, i hope that answered your question.....
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i had a ps9 once but sold it, i have a 91 pm6 right now and a feilds vtec controller but my friend who built my ---- is tradeing me the spoon junk he gave me for a zdyne.
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so what do you suggest? ps9? or chip the pm6 use a rpm switch like the feilds vtec controller i have and then tune it or something?
..or just use a regular PM6 and use the A/C output option (thanks to Gimpy!) in TurboEDIT 2.5.0... keep up with the times.

No more PS9 is needed for VTEC.

Use TurboEDIT 2.5.0, ROM NG55 (at the time of this post), if your car came with A/C, there is a red wire in a set of 3, red/black/blue wires that come out of your coolant fan harness, run the RED wire to your VTEC solenoid, wa-la, VTEC.

If your car didn't come with A/C, you'll need a generic 30amp relay, because the A/C switch switches ground, and not power, THEN, WA-LA! VTEC!

..90-91 PM6s just got more valueable.
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interesting.
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