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wat up everyone i'm new to this forum and i'm looking forward on learning new things for my d series........ i own a 95' civic hb which i just turbocharge i did all the work my self but i'm having problem wit , my set is a homemade kit like everything i hav in my car came from my mitsu...this is my first honda...
t3/t4, walbro255, str fuel rail and regulator, stock talon injectors450cc, race gate,and a s-afc.. like i said its a homemade kit , but the problem that i'm having is that the car is breaking up and its dumping to much fuel. i'm having the right volume of feul flow threw but i can control it and it flooding the engine . but the car run fucking awsome its running on 8lbs of boost and that the wastegate no boost controller...lik i said before that shit pull i need a clutch cause the stock one is not holding it ... i be beating on my boy b16 turbo bubble ...... i need some help so can you give me a helping hand..
 
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Look into a chipped ecu and wideband setup. I've heard the afc setup is not that great, but some have tuned it and gotten miles and power out of it.
 

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im running a stock p28 in my car. but what type of chip computer do i need and also people said that i need a missing link how true is that..
 
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At 8psi you should be able to run the stock map, I think. A p28 is perfect for chipping. It's like hondata but DIY. There is a great sticky in engine management by Makku. I used this to start off.
 
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If you have access to a wideband then read the sticky, go to moates.net and order their chipping kit(it's easy), download uberdata and/or crome(locations also in the sticky), and start really tuning. These pieces of software are good for any size injector and it won't be rich. There is probably even a basemap for your FI setup to start with and I stress start.
http://www.d-series.org/forums/showthread.php?t=17184
 
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If you need to have the stuff installed 'cause you're not comfortable with soldering then people do it on this site all the time for reasonable prices.
 

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okay thanx for the advise ... do i need to send my ecu to him or they have them already chip... i been had the chrome and pgfi programmer already downloaded into my computer..but i just don't what to mess around wit my ecu...what should i do?
 
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