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Old 02-13-2018, 04:16 PM   #1  
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Default MS3 PNP Pro vs Rev's Enhanced offering

I initially created this as a response to a thread here. I wasn't enthused about creating a thread for this but it is possible it may help others in the same boat at some point.

I'm in the market for a tuning solution and have been pouring through forums for a few weeks. Seems that there's a wealth of knowledge... albeit slightly outdated at this point, at least in regards to how the MSPNP Pro stacks up. I haven't seen any direct comparisons of MSPNPP with the other offerings. This could be entirely user error and if so, I apologize.

The other issue I'm running into is that while researching these options, there's a lot of lingo and tribe knowledge being referenced. For someone fairly new to the platform a lot of the implications and jargon is lost on me.

So I've broken down, flame suited up and came to ask for guidance.

TLDR: Plz halp another newb

Car: I have a 2002 SE
Goals: hope to run the TSE kit in HPDE and autocross and would like to use E85 when I can get around to it.
Background: I've experience using Kpro on the K20 platform, tuning fuel and the other basics(I didn't mess with timing or cam angles at all) I'm not entirely hopeless with ECU management.

I feel like the MSPNPPro and Rev's enhanced are pretty close in their offerings(and price). I might be off there and will welcome the correction.

In either case, I'm sure it'd be livable after pulling the trigger on one or the other but if folks could help guide me towards the "better solution" and mention why, I'd be greatly thankful.

Thanks in advance.
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I've had an ecu built by Scott, rev, and an mspnp.
All 3 we're great.

Customer service from the first two have been great. Documentation from mspnp is very good when you can find what you're looking for. I haven't had to look in a while so it may have changed.
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I've had an ecu built by Scott, rev, and an mspnp.
All 3 we're great.

Customer service from the first two have been great. Documentation from mspnp is very good when you can find what you're looking for. I haven't had to look in a while so it may have changed.
Thanks for your response. Which option is the one that Scott builds, is that Brain?

I sort of realized after the fact that everyone who offers the different options seem pretty chummy and that my question is sort of a point blank invitation to throw one or the other under the bus in the process of answering the question at face value.

Not my intention if perceived that way and appologies.

I should have stated it as which will be the best option in my case; a modest turbo track build thats fairly easy to navigate and get/keep up and running.
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Any will meet your stated goals easily and with good support from the vendor and with ample knowledge in this community.
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I have tuned many of each unit. It comes down to personal preference of features/functions, each of them takes a slightly different approach. Also depends how greatly you value online support.
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Any will meet your stated goals easily and with good support from the vendor and with ample knowledge in this community.
diyautotune.com supports ms3pnps, and provide registration for TS and MLV. fwiw.
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Thanks for the responses folks' (and the PM's).

I have some time to consider the options. I'm going to come up with a specific list of priorities and reach out directly to providers.

Also, thanks for the lack of flame ^_~
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