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Should I convert to OBD-1?

Old 10-06-2004, 10:52 PM
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Default Should I convert to OBD-1?

Ok, I've got the Pr3 obd-0 setup on my b16a right now...and it looks like I've got no future with ROM editing programs and the Pr3/Pw0 ECU?

So I am guessing that you guys would recommend that I convert to OBD-1 in order to use Uberdata, etc?? That way I can edit the ECU program extensively if I want to?

Which obd-1 ecu would be the most compliant/best to run with my currently Pr3 b16a if I convert to obd-1?
Is there any certain ECU I should favor over another for any reason?

I just want to be able to edit the program sufficiently and not have to run something like an "AFC hack" or expensive standalone which I cannot afford. Thanks
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Old 10-06-2004, 10:54 PM
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turbo edit works with your ecu, just not the latest version. you can chip an obd0 ecu and have it run your car. the reason why I chose to go to obd1 is because uberdata seems more complete than te, I dled both and played around with them and ud seemed alot more user friendly, plus it can run bigger injectors like I have. I'm going to use a p06 ecu on my b16, we'll see how it goes
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Old 10-06-2004, 10:58 PM
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You mean I can chip my Pr3 and use TE to modify the program? I was under the impression that TE was almost non-usable on my Pr3 obd-0?

What is the p06 ecu from? Thanks
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Old 10-06-2004, 11:04 PM
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read your other thread that you already responded to for that pr3 turbo edit crap. p06 is from 92-95 civic nonvtec.
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Old 10-06-2004, 11:18 PM
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You didn't answer my other questions tho. :P I hate being a f*cking n00b at things.
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Old 10-06-2004, 11:21 PM
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that's not my job. you should answer your own questions. all this ---- is available to you, we didn't steal this information from a secret cave in uganda that was guarded by savage monkies. I get most of my information from the internet, and you can too.
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Old 10-06-2004, 11:26 PM
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I am only asking for help putting the pieces together. I get my info from the internet too. That's why I'm here. Just because I don't immediately comprehend all the technicalities and functions of things doesn't mean it's someones "job" to show me...I never said it was.
I read, I learn, and what I don't completely understand- I ask about.
But I hate being treated like I am a lazy-***. Everywhere I go it's like people are telling me not to ever post at all to ask something. Why are these forums here if it's wrong to ask questions? I realize alot of information is here and is available, but no one has to be a smart-*** about it.
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Old 10-06-2004, 11:34 PM
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woah, calm down, I'm not bitching at you at all, just having a little fun because I get bored. all I'm saying is xenocron, the mod of this forum, told you that te works with the pr3, and you replied in that thread, telling me you read that, then you come and ask me if te works with a pr3. if you get an answer from a mod it's probably going to be true and you don't have to ask again.
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Old 10-06-2004, 11:43 PM
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Its cool man, I think I got anger management probs sometimes I get mad. Anyways, I do NOT think that xenocron is wrong...I didn't mean for it to seem like this. If anyone would be right I would think it would be him. I am very new at this stuff and some of the things that he said didn't click with me completely.

I guess first off I need to read some more about "chipping" an ECU and exactly what that is...do you have to "chip" the ECU before you can edit it? What did you mean by "you can chip an obd-0 ecu and have it run your car?" Such as a NON-vtec ecu? I am a little confused about my options. It seems like from what xenocron said that I can't do much with my Pr3 ecu? I guess I am asking for some more clarity or further examples. Sorry.
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Old 10-06-2004, 11:49 PM
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I know how it is starting off with this ----, I still don't have the whole ecu business completely figured out. chipping obd0 is easy, just desolder the factory chip and solder in a socket to put chips in. obd1 is a little more complicated. check out www.pgmfi.org, click around on there until you get to the archive or whatever they call it these days. pictures will help you alot in the early stages if you learn anything near the same way I learn. just read up on here, you won't get half the ---- that's going on, neither did I. after a while you'll be able to understand what's going on, then you'll be able to do ----.

what are your goals with your car? turbo? na? stock?
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