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using a piggyback ecu to tune
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using a piggyback ecu to tune
many manufacturers claim their piggyback ecus can do anything with a car's computer and the results would become permenant with proper tuning.

they claim they can accomodate bigger injectors , and all types of stuff with no problem.

why are we not using these with our hho projects?

they can be had new for 300-400 bucks.
10-06-2010 08:11 PM
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RE: using a piggyback ecu to tune
I'd love to hear some success stories using these. The trouble is that they are not very universal. So if you have a Ford F150, you can use one type, but if you have a Honda, you need a different manufacturer's product, etc. But if you find one that works on your car, and will allow you to tune the fuel mix leaner, it should work great.

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10-07-2010 08:54 AM
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