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In the long run I’m planning on going turbo and I know that with that will come the need to tune the engine so fuel consumption and everything runs properly w it. Problem is I don’t really understand how tuning works so I’m planning on taking my teggy to a place to tune it when the time comes. If I take it somewhere, would I still need to buy the hondata s300 module or would taking it to a shop save me the money of buying it?
 

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It would REALLY be beneficial for you to tell us what year of vehicle you're talking about, so that we can better answer your question.
 

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I have a 1997 integra ls. It had a b18b1 motor but it blew so I’m planning on getting a b18c1 from a 2000 gsr.
 

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Yes, you'll need a new OBD1 ECU because OBD2 (1996-newer) does not have the capability to be tuned. With a OBD1 ECU, you'll need a tuning solution (Hondata S300, Neptune, etc).
 

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