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Old 13-01-11, 06:31 PM   #1
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P06 vs P08/P28 Question(s)

I dont know if this is the right place for this question but here goes anyway, please move to the right place if need be.


Can a P06 ecu be used in place of a P08?

If so..

What issues might/will there be besides no v-tec?

Also..

Can I do an emmisions test this way?
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Im sure it will run just fine, not to the best of its capability but it will run decent. If the engine is healthy, if you retard the timing a little i dont see why you would have a problem with etest.
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I've seen people run p06's to pass etests before on their single cams.

The main difference is the fuel and ignition maps being different between the 2 ecus. I also believe the p08 does not use a 4-wire o2 sensor like the p06 does.
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Sounds good...

Sounds good so far..

For the record I'm running a chipped p06 with p08 maps.
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So...what's the point of this thread then? If it has p08 maps means...its basically p08 just no vtec I guess unless it was added.
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So...what's the point of this thread then? If it has p08 maps means...its basically p08 just no vtec I guess unless it was added.
I should have made it clear that v-tec was added.

V-tec was added.
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So...then you have a proper ecu for your engine. If the right software was uploaded then though the ecu has one stamp, it functions as a p08.
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So...then you have a proper ecu for your engine. If the right software was uploaded then though the ecu has one stamp, it functions as a p08.
Sort of correct.

There were minor adjustments made, which is why I'm querying that those adjustments will probably affect the performance at emmisions testing, at least to some extent.
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And those adjustments were?

Dude, i honestly don't see a point to this thread. If you are going for etest, retard the timing, warm up the cat and go for it.

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And those adjustments were?

Dude, i honestly don't see a point to this thread. If you are going for etest, retard the timing, warm up the cat and go for it.

/end thread
The point is to find out if a p06 will work/throw codes/etc. if I use it instead of my chipped ecu for emmisions. I'd been advised that the chipped ecu I'm using may not pass. Also the addition of v-tec might be another reason for concern for emmsions as the car used to have a y7 motor in it.

In anycase I got what I wanted out of this thread.

Thanks those who gave answers. Although I didn't think some people^^ would get so frustrated by my simple questions.
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