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Old 08-08-2007, 12:33 PM   #1
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Kind of ECU

Hey am drop in a 2001 gsr head with crv block on a 2000 civic. can anyone may tell me what kind of ecu should i run on it, OBD1 or OBD2 plz
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Re: Kind of ECU

dont know personally but try googling it
i think the obd2s are newer
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Re: Kind of ECU

The one that makes it run? I would go with the OBD2 but you may need to get Hondata to put one together for you.
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Re: Kind of ECU

run an OBD2 Gsr ECU
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definately OBD 2, but you MUST have it programmed to your combo or you will risk engine damage. Hondata is a safe bet, and they also make a wide variety of ECU's that are programmable on the fly so that a plus
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old thread, let it die.
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