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Old 03-09-2009, 05:46 PM
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so i will be turboing my crx soon and i'm new to the whole tuning thing. i downloaded turboedit to check it out and try to get an idea what i'm doing. i've read a bunch on it but i'm still like . so anyway i had a few questions about chipped ecu's.

i think this is what i'm gonna need
Xenocron Tuning: OBD0 Chipped ECU (PM6 or PR4). #[PM6-Chipped]

the datalogging cable means i can just hook it straight to a laptop instead of using a chip burner correct? i'll probably get flamed for this thread but i'm just trying to understand it all before i get too ahead of myself.
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Old 03-10-2009, 08:18 AM
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so i will be turboing my crx soon and i'm new to the whole tuning thing. i downloaded turboedit to check it out and try to get an idea what i'm doing. i've read a bunch on it but i'm still like . so anyway i had a few questions about chipped ecu's.

i think this is what i'm gonna need
Xenocron Tuning: OBD0 Chipped ECU (PM6 or PR4). #[PM6-Chipped]

the datalogging cable means i can just hook it straight to a laptop instead of using a chip burner correct? i'll probably get flamed for this thread but i'm just trying to understand it all before i get too ahead of myself.
if your going to stay obd0 and use turboedit....get a chipped ecu (pm6, pr4, ps9 or pm7), a datalogging kit, an ostrich2 (instead of a burner and chips), and a wideband (lc-1 or equivalent)...all available from xeno...

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Datalogging Cables and Kits

im not sure what the best solution is for the datalogging cable, as im still in the stone age with my old gotspeed rs232 board. if you have a friend with a wideband and/or emulator then you can save money on that. if you need help tuning, i get to binghamton once in awhile...
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Old 03-10-2009, 02:49 PM
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ok thanks for the info. i'll let you know how it goes.
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Old 03-10-2009, 03:21 PM
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would this be a better wideband? since it has a gauge with it?

Innovate DB-Blue Gauge / LC-1 Kit - P/N: 3795 - #3795 [INN_3795] - $229.00 : Moates.Net
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would this be a better wideband? since it has a gauge with it?

Innovate DB-Blue Gauge / LC-1 Kit - P/N: 3795 - #3795 [INN_3795] - $229.00 : Moates.Net
for an extra $30...i would get it. i have the older style db gauge from innovate (nordskog) and it was about $100. this was after my homemade panel meter gauge ---- the bed.
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Old 03-25-2009, 02:27 AM
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what about a pr3 ecu?
I have one already in my b16 turbo 91 dx. just trying to stay out of the complications of obd1 conversion if what I already have will work.
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Old 03-25-2009, 03:57 PM
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With a pr3 you should look at using BRE instead. As it supports dual tables/vtec directly. TE only has single ignition/fuel tables.
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Old 03-25-2009, 04:47 PM
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what is bre?
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if your looking for a cheap wide band look at the JAW its a do it yourself and amazing.
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where do I find that at?
lol I feel like a rookie all over again.
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