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pr3 maps in a pm6?

Old 06-08-2005, 12:56 PM
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Default pr3 maps in a pm6?

will this work? can i just burn a stock pr3 map on my chip and use it for a b16 in a pm6 ecu, with vtec being activated by an rpm switch, how will the ecu know when to switch from low to high cam maps? thanx in advance...
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Old 06-09-2005, 12:39 AM
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Default Re: pr3 maps in a pm6?

Originally Posted by boosted_b16
will this work? can i just burn a stock pr3 map on my chip and use it for a b16 in a pm6 ecu, with vtec being activated by an rpm switch, how will the ecu know when to switch from low to high cam maps? thanx in advance...
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