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Old 09-26-2014, 05:03 PM   #21
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Props for thorough, well-thought-out response.
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Old 09-26-2014, 05:47 PM   #22
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Damn, thanks for taking the time to put together such a detailed response. Much appreciated and props awarded.

Definitely gives me some insight as to what to expect, though I was hoping for more EBC content
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Damn, thanks for taking the time to put together such a detailed response. Much appreciated and props awarded.

Definitely gives me some insight as to what to expect, though I was hoping for more EBC content
Look at it this way. I already ruled out using a 5th injector controller as an ebc with the efr (it is inherently too slow to take advantage of all the benefits of the efr .. too slow because of not having adaptive response). I also ruled out the turbosmart eboost street as garbage.

So for reasonable money, what actually works, product wise? ;D
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Look at it this way. I already ruled out using a 5th injector controller as an ebc with the efr (it is inherently too slow to take advantage of all the benefits of the efr .. too slow because of not having adaptive response). I also ruled out the turbosmart eboost street as garbage.

So for reasonable money, what actually works, product wise? ;D
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That's my solution.
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Megasquirt.
I haven't gotten my MS3 boost controller to work anywhere near as well as the (stupidly named) GReddy Profec B Spec 2 that I was using with the Hydra.

Alas, the GReddy has no RPM input, no TPS input, nothing fancy. It does produce good low-RPM boost assist and a rock solid flat boot curve with a fairly small amount of tuning, however.

Laguna and then a throttle body screw got in the way. Once I get the motor rebuilt, new turbo installed, MS3 sync loss issues debugged, etc I plan to get back to the MS3 boost control.

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