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chipping my ECU with ZC DOHC

Old 25-May-2007, 01:38 AM
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chipping my ECU with ZC DOHC

my car has a 4th gen DOHC ZC engine, and it originally comes with a CX ECU OBD1 (P07)

the fuel cutoff at 6500rpm and it's very slow

now i have swapped a DX ECU OBD1 (P06) and it has a 6900rpm fuel cut and the car noticetably faster at the high end

now...i want to chip my ECU with the OBD1, is taht possible? or i should get another ECU?

anyone can help? i can feel the car has some more potential, i just need to unlock the SEXY power~ LOL

and how much should i expect to chip the ECU?
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Old 25-May-2007, 11:17 AM
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yes you can chip your p06....some places charge upwards of $150 to chip ecus.
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Old 25-May-2007, 11:46 AM
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Get the proper ECU.
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theres nothing wrong with running a chipped ecu...actually there are a few advantages.
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Originally posted by zeeman
theres nothing wrong with running a chipped ecu...actually there are a few advantages.
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