if there were ecu's which started to adjust itself to the fuel requirement then i dont think hondata,aem and other stand-alone engine management units would had been in business.lol.
the time of spoon feedings have gone long ago,go to 2zz engine specific sites,search different threads,learn more about your engine online,what issues people face in what circumstances,whats the remedy for so and so problems,what whp does a stock 2zz make etc etc
since the day i swapped in a k-series,its been almost more then 3-4 years..there has not been a single day when i havent logged on to K20A.org .:. The K Series Source . Honda / Acura K20a k24a Engine Forum
i have learned so much from there that i cant express,although the tuning part i "experimented" myself on my k24a2. Nobody spoon fed me what to do or how things work in a k-pro,all i had in hand was the eagerness to learn how to tune cars and an engine of my own to experiment,if anything would had gone wrong then i would had blown it.
anyways,you have a long way ahead..search online and start picking things up bit by bit,after 2-3 years if you stick on to this engine then you might gain alot of info which others might not know of the 2zz.
goodluck in your journey ahead.