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Old 08-22-2010, 06:18 AM   #61
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In. 1999 NB AC, PS. Stock.
I have COPs, if its worth it to go sequential and give up adjustable fan temp, then add it.
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Added. You can still tell me at which temp you want your fans to turn on, but you won't be able to change it later on.

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Old 08-22-2010, 02:07 PM   #63
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Reverant, i'm looking for a full set up, but I'm still a noob for sending PM. My Kit can come with the IAT sensor? hard to find it here
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Yes, I can send you one, same price as on the DIYAutoTune site: $29 including an aluminum or stainless steel bung (you need to tell me which one you want).

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aluminium one? don't know the diference, my intention is just to put it all together and run the car without failures.
choose you the best option, I'll pay the 29$ with the MS
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Ideally, you want to match the bung to it's fixing. If you have stainless steel intercooler pipes, you'll want the stainless steel bung. If you plan to mount the sensor into an intercooler end tank (most are aluminium) then you'll want an aluminium bung.
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Ideally, you want to match the bung to it's fixing. If you have stainless steel intercooler pipes, you'll want the stainless steel bung. If you plan to mount the sensor into an intercooler end tank (most are aluminium) then you'll want an aluminium bung.
FYI for the benefit of the noobs the end tanks on a lot (most?) intercoolers are thick enough where you can just tap right into the tank for the IAT. No need for a bung so it is one less hassle. I've done it with good success.

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I have a 01 and am interested, but would like to have the VVTI working. I am planning ton removing my a/c. Is there a way to have the a/c output controll the vvti?

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where you say "no vvt" does it disable the vvt or simply leave it alone?
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VVT requires its own closed loop output controller. Reverent isn't providing that functionality. The default state for the VVT is full retard.
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Will you guys be building these as long as people want them? I'm going to buy one, but I don't want to start messing with a new ECU until the winter.
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I have a 01 and am interested, but would like to have the VVTI working. I am planning ton removing my a/c. Is there a way to have the a/c output controll the vvti?

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I have a 2002 with I/H/E and the VVT is set to full retard (by simply not doing anything to control it). I haven't felt any loss compared to the stock ECU - the car is feels stronger everywhere. You can do that test too, by simply unplugging the VVT connector from the oil control valve.

DIYAutoTune are about to market a standalone VVT controller, so you are not missing anything by gettting a unit now for $100 less than in the future.

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where you say "no vvt" does it disable the vvt or simply leave it alone?
We leave it alone.

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Will you guys be building these as long as people want them? I'm going to buy one, but I don't want to start messing with a new ECU until the winter.
Yes, we will be building them for as long as there is demand, but prices will inevitably go up - we are providing them almost at cost right now to get the word out. You can still get it now for significantly less and either decide not to bother with it until the winter if you really don't want to.

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I'm in 2000 AC, PS currently stock and looking to sequential ignition
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Ok, the aluminium one then. So price is 660 + 29 = 689$ plus shipping
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Looks like we got our 10 peoplez
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Yez, aiming for 15 peoplez now.
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As more people more discount? hehehe.
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As more people more discount? hehehe.

We could charge you full price...
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