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Chipping a FWD SR20DE ECU, or Just us the FWD SR20det ecu?

Old 09-12-2007, 07:07 PM
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Default Chipping a FWD SR20DE ECU, or Just us the FWD SR20det ecu?

i'm boosting a SR20DE with a Tdo4H at no more than 5, maybe 6lbs of boost. i know you can go to 10lbs easily, but i'm still figuring out my injectors for the build...should i just chip it, or try to use a FWD DET ECU......

P/S does anyone here chip SR20DE Ecu's, and for how much? What size injectors do you recomend? i'm thinking 370cc.
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Old 09-23-2007, 06:26 AM
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