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Old 08-30-2010, 01:47 AM   #21
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ive been reading that actually and theres a section on fmu and it says that a fpr is a good alternative to an expensive emu so idk it seems like it says one thing then it says the complete opposite
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Old 08-30-2010, 02:11 AM   #22
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ive been reading that actually and theres a section on fmu and it says that a fpr is a good alternative to an expensive emu so idk it seems like it says one thing then it says the complete opposite
right, and if you keep reading, it pretty much says that its good for up, about 5 psi on stock injectors, and you will need some sort of timing retard unit, but really, get a ems, standalone, piggyback, whatever, you can control your fuel precisly, and your ignition precisly, theres less parts to deal with, less to go wrong. i got my F/IC for $300 including shipping, $150 for a plug n play harness, and i bought the AEM UEGO, find a shop that has wholesale accounts with vendors and buy through the shops. you will have to pay somebody to tune it if you dont know how, but imho its easy to learn how since they give you nice instructions.
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Old 08-31-2010, 11:36 AM   #23
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ok well maybe ill look into like the begi rising rate fuel regulator it seems pretty legit for someone whose not gonna be messing with the fuel and tuning it all the time and i could maybe get the bipes acu unit so i can have some control of the timing
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ok well maybe ill look into like the begi rising rate fuel regulator it seems pretty legit for someone whose not gonna be messing with the fuel and tuning it all the time and i could maybe get the bipes acu unit so i can have some control of the timing
If you want to make 220HP you need proper engine management.
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If you want to make 220HP you need proper engine management.
dont bother, if he still decides to go with that, even after everything i said, theres no hope... no hope at all.
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...You really tried to run boost with no engine management whatsoever?

Don't bother with the bandaids. Get a freakin MS/AEM/whatever.
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