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Old 11-06-2001   #1
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I was wondering if i got the ECU jetchip which has to be accustomed with your vehicle would work well still the same if i turbo or supercharged the civic after i get the ECU for the stuff i have now?
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probably not. chips advance your timing and when you go FI, most of the time you wanna have your timing retarded to help prevent detonation.
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