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New To EMB, Any opinions?

Old 03-08-2008, 10:00 PM
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Default New To EMB, Any opinions?

So to cover my *** real quick, I tried searching. for some reason I can't pull up the links on the Sticky for EM. So it put a huge dent in my research on EMB's install and its ablities. So to make a long story short I was givin a EMB for free. Currently im running mechanical based fuel support(i.e FMU, 305's, and faith) for my greddy setup(details in sig) and I've always wanted to upgrade to an electrical(i.e ECU, piggyback, etc) compared to my current set-up will EMB be worth the install and tune? or should I skip EMB all together ,sell it, and move up to a MSPNP?. I don't mind the install and tune part. but will it be worth my time.

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Old 03-09-2008, 01:31 AM
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depending on you power goals and how well you know to tune. if you are not planning to go crazy on power than i would put the basic management. I like the EMU it has been good to me so far. MSPNP is always the better alternative. if i did not have crazy inspection problems i would of gone with the MSPNP to be honest. either way you go there is some great info on this forum.
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