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Xenocron OBD1 Chipping Kit w/ SST V2 Chip for USDM ECU's

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Collections: Chipping, ECUs and Electronics, Xenocron

Vendor: Xenocron

Tags: Chipping, ECU, Honda, OBD1 Tuning

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$24.95

 

 

 

 

H O N D A / A C U R A
OBD0 or OBD1 ECU Chipping Kit
w/ SST V2 Eprom

(eCtune / Crome / Uberdata / Neptune / Hondata / TurboEdit / BRE)


This is my standard ECU chipping kit that will come with everything you need to chip your own OBD1 Honda/Acura USDM ECU.


***OUR KITS NO LONGER CONTAIN COMPONENTS C51 & C52, AS THEY ARE NOT REQUIRED***


USDM Kit Includes
- 28 pin machined DIP Socket
- 4 pin CN Datalogging Header
- 1k resistor
- 74 HC373 chip
- Jumper for J1
- SST V2 chip reburnable Eprom
- C14 Main Capacitor

JDM version Includes
- 28 pin machined DIP Socket
- 4 pin CN Datalogging Header
- 1.2k resistor (auto/manual conversion)
- Surface Mount 74HC373 chip
- SST V2 chip reburnable Eprom
- C14 Main Capacitor

This kit includes our new release of a replacement to the 28 pin SST Chips that many of us DIY Honda Tuners have been using for the last 15 years or so.  As supply of legitimate SST manufactured EPROMS has dwindle, we had to look for a new solution and this is what we have come up with to help!

We are using legitimate SST PLCC chips, and converting to a board that fits a standard 28 pin socket. (PLCC to PDIP)


***PLEASE READ ITEM DESCRIPTION BEFORE ORDERING***

  

If you choose to add-on a custom basemap option for $14, PLEASE make sure you include the following information in your order or it will delay shipping.

  • Engine being used
  • Map Sensor being used
  • Injector Brand & Size being used
  • Turbo or Naturally Aspirated
  • Any other modifications to the setup we should know about

 

 

 

 

 

***DOES NOT INCLUDE ARIES ZIF SOCKET***

***Special Note: These do fit into a Aries ZIF socket, but you may have to carefully bend up (or desolder) the two pin header to allow clearance for the tightening handle in OBD1 Honda ECUs.  If you dont need to use an Aries ZIF, you shouldn't have an issue.***