so why we dont do it??A piggyback computer runs off of your stock computer and it allows you to alter the fuel and timing tables. A stadalone is the best you can buy it takes the place of the stock computer and it allows you to create you own fuel and timing tables. Standalone probibly wont work in our cars because of our ignition switch has that key sensor thing. So if you want aftermarket engine managment it will have to be piggyback or hondata.
I think you are talking about my post here:laughing:Only a few had the balls to do it. I think it was a guy from Signapore and had nice power gains from it. (around 180whp)