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Old 04-30-2009, 01:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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i have a question about chiping the ecu i dnt realy now much about it i have a jdm d15 vtec... im planing on puting nitrous but dats goin to be for a while nd i was planing on chiping it for nitrous but a friend told me to chip my p28 ecu for al moter til i actualy have the bottle but wat exactly do they change? does it give you more power??
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i'm feeling nice today and i don't know why.
you need to socket your ECU so you can add a chip. check out phearable.net or xenocron.com for kits and info on how to do this.
or follow this link which can be found in the DIY forum:
https://d-series.org/forums/diy-forum...-chipping.html
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Spelling owns you! Anyway, after reading your question 3 times, I figured out what you were asking. When you say what changes when you chip an ecu, all that changes is they put a socket in the ecu so they can replace the chip with different chips. Now on another note this gives you the ability to tune and change the fuel maps, timing maps, rev limit and depending on the program used there are all sorts of other things that can be added and changed. I think what your friend was saying is to get the ECU chipped and get it tuned for all motor. The key word here is tuned. Take it to a shop after you get a chip and basemap, and have it dyno tuned! But first do A LOT more research!
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thanks dat realy cleared up my question
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