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 Post subject: Honda Ecu
PostPosted: Fri Feb 03, 2017 5:33 pm 
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Hi guys i'm thinking of using honda p06 chipped ecu + honda distributor + Honda intake manifold + honda Tb + sensors( iat, tps, map, clt,...) to manage the gti, i already played enough with original ecu wideband and ostrich, and is time to ditch, honda distributor needs a plate adaptor and vane extender/adjuster)what are your thoughts? This has already been done in toyotas and nissans.
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 Post subject: Re: Honda Ecu
PostPosted: Sat Mar 04, 2017 9:26 am 
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I think it is an interesting idea, as far as I know, you'd be the first to attempt this..

I think you might want to consider maybe using a Megasquirt instead though. The cost would probably be about the same, the work would be less (in my opinion) and you would have unlimited flex-ability and configure-ability, plus there is a huge community to help you.

There have been several who have converted to Megasquirt on the GT and had excellent success with it.

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 Post subject: Re: Honda Ecu
PostPosted: Sun May 21, 2017 5:49 am 
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In portugal there is a guy who has done it, with success, car idles and runs very well


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 Post subject: Re: Honda Ecu
PostPosted: Sun May 21, 2017 8:01 am 
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considering that there is better availability of tuning software and communications firmware for all things honda, using a honda ecu might be an option.

as stated above, the megasquirt controls have a better track record with the twincam engine. caarlo used megasquirt 10 years ago on his turbocharged twincam and there have been many megasquirt users who have succeeded with the megasquirt on a dohc 16v engine since then.

megasquirt controls on the suzuki twincam has nearly become main stream and there is even firmware already developed for it so tuning has been documented on the megasquirt forum.

if it were me, i'd run the megasquirt II ver. 3 unit with msextra firmware, tuner studio tuning application, 4 channel cop ignition, and sequential injection. that would cut your development and tuning time with a proven effective control system. :wink:

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 Post subject: Re: Honda Ecu
PostPosted: Mon Sep 11, 2017 4:45 am 
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sesfez wrote:
In portugal there is a guy who has done it, with success, car idles and runs very well

Hi actualy i'm Portuguese to, Pedro have told me about that but only that someone was triyng that, if you know how to reach him would be nice

t3 ragtop wrote:
considering that there is better availability of tuning software and communications firmware for all things honda, using a honda ecu might be an option.

as stated above, the megasquirt controls have a better track record with the twincam engine. caarlo used megasquirt 10 years ago on his turbocharged twincam and there have been many megasquirt users who have succeeded with the megasquirt on a dohc 16v engine since then.

megasquirt controls on the suzuki twincam has nearly become main stream and there is even firmware already developed for it so tuning has been documented on the megasquirt forum.

if it were me, i'd run the megasquirt II ver. 3 unit with msextra firmware, tuner studio tuning application, 4 channel cop ignition, and sequential injection. that would cut your development and tuning time with a proven effective control system. :wink:


I have a megasquirt 2 V3 to, but is going to a g16 turbo baleno project that i will do after the swift, the thing is that i already have all the sensor's, ecu and intake manifold from honda, plus i have a moates ostrish2 from the old day's that i want to take the dust, out of the box i have a full capable ecu as i can use ectune, plus spare inputs and outputs that i will use for some nice things like an idea that i have to make a controllable cruise control system to interact from honda ecu to an arduino that will pull throttle cable, and latter when all gremlins are sorted i will attempt to use cop system with honda ecu to but that's for latter
https://honda-tech.com/forums/engine-management-tuning-124/obd1-ecu-coil-plug-module-trojantuning-3275874/


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 Post subject: Re: Honda Ecu
PostPosted: Mon Sep 11, 2017 5:12 am 
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t3 i want to ask you one thing maybe you can give me an idea or point me in some direction, next year i will attempt to turbo my baleno and will use megasquirt to control fuel, ignition, and boost but as this one is obd2 i will parallel ms with oem ecu, i m going to fool the oem ecu injector drivers with a resistor box aka Lpg petrol injector emulator, but how should i do it to fool the ignition coils? Do you have any idea?


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