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Old 12-08-2005, 10:04 AM   #1 (permalink)
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hey guys, there is probably a thread about the same thing im about to ask but i havent had time to check due to working all the time. but, wut exactly does the obd2-obd1 switch do? will it make my car pass emissions and anything else? Im kinda new to the computer tuning of cars. if needed i have a 97 honda civic obd 2. i would greatly appreciate all info about this? thanx guys. chris
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Old 12-08-2005, 10:28 AM   #2 (permalink)
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the swap from obd2 to obd1 allows you to use an older engine, plus allows you to bypass certain sensors therefore you dont have as many check engine lights to worry about as you mod your engine......
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obd 1 also has more aftermarket support for tuning
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obd 1 also has more aftermarket support for tuning
correct, obd1 ecus allow chipping to happen so you can run uberdata/crome/hondata etc where as an obd2 ecu can't be chipped *well it can but its still sort of iffy*
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hey thanx guys. also will it pass inspection?
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