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mappable ecu for ep3

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im looking for a ecu that i can chip and remap for my ep3 type r! what would be the best one to get?

im not sure if a p30 or p28 would work?

any help would be great cheers.

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100% sure you can not use a p30 or p28
Think you can only use Hondate on ep3

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Hondata K Pro and they don't come cheap

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Kpro! but it is expensive!

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there only one thing you would want on there anyway. And like everyone mentiond, k pro is the one to go for.

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Kpro is a good all rounder, pick up a used for for about

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Aem and Motec all do systems that you can use on an EP, as do Mugen, M&M Honda, Tracy Sports etc though these are not common Japanese systems, but as they have said above K-Pro is proven and has every feature you would want. Unless you must have some specific race needs. Even then the US K-Pro with ultra wideband can ad extra tuning flexability.

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k-pro FTW :D thats what i want :D

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As said above many times. K Pro is the most commen and seems to have all the options covered for your car.

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i rock kpro

you can now get a cheaper version -k100 but not so tunable

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K-100 is every bit as tunable as K-Pro, its just doest have the extras like data logging and traction control. Im using k-100. 90% of people get K-Pro but dont even use it properly, so you need to decide if K-Pro is really for you or will K-100 suit your needs.

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[quote name='sugarpuff']K-100 is every bit as tunable as K-Pro, its just doest have the extras like data logging and traction control. Im using k-100. 90% of people get K-Pro but dont even use it properly, so you need to decide if K-Pro is really for you or will K-100 suit your needs.[/QUOTE]

exactly, end of the day its basically the same parts that run the engine, just one is more flexible than the other, and if you want to fit something and forget about it, and dont want the advantages of kpro then k100 is every bit as good.

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Uk version suits most people, US version has wideband lambda and nitrous control, but requires minor ecu pinout loom mods and US spec front o2 sensor.

Cheers, Sam

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does the uk spec k100 not have wideband?

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[quote name='type r EP3']does the uk spec k100 not have wideband?[/QUOTE]


No, none of the UK variants do, as stated above. You need a PRB or PRC ECU and the corresponding sensor if you want wideband.

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is wideband for turbo applications mainly and also could you use k100 when fitting a supercharger?

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