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Old 09-04-2004, 08:37 PM
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Hey guys
I have a 97 accord f22 vtec that I am looking to turbo, Over the last few weeks I have been pouring over this site, as well as honda-tech in search of what setup is right for me and my car. I have pretty much figured out I want to go with a T3 runnin between 8-10 psi. What I am having trouble understanding is the fuel managment aspect of it. I want to run a high end fuel setup, some where in the $1000 range. Most of the stuff I see, #1 is not related to the f22, and #2 is not related to obd2 cars. I dont know much about tuning, but I really want to learn. So if you guys could point me in the right direction, as far as what would be best for me, i.e. stand alone, piggy back etc that would be great. The car has about 120k on the odometer , they have beeen easy miles, but I just want to do everything right the first time. thanks
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Old 09-05-2004, 07:43 AM
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Check out this site http://www.accordinglydone.com/forum/ There are some guys on there that are running the P28 ECU and Uberdata on the Accord.
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Old 09-05-2004, 11:57 AM
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good first post, you did some research first. Welcome to HMT
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