ECU / Tuned Computer Box and benefits

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Asked by Oct 22, 2009 at 08:23 AM about the Honda Civic

Question type: Car Customization

how do i get my ECU tuned? or do i have to purchase a tuned one...what are the benefits of a tuned computer box?

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in a civic... you're not really going to be gaining much with a tuned ecu. they are really going to remap your fueling which is going to give you maybe 6-8hp increase. you would be better off just saving up for a turbo. spending $3-400 on a chip isn't going to leave you super satisfied.

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thanks man, i was just curious about its benefits...i already got my d15 boosted...

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if you are already running a turbo then don't worry about a chip. do some dyno tuning and see what kind of numbers you can put out. maybe a stand alone system would work bettter for you.

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