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Old 12-31-2006, 04:16 AM   #1
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I was wondering if any wrx ecu manage systems will work on a greddy turbo miata? I currently have bipes, but just wondering if I can go another route instead of a link or emanage? I believe my friend has a cobb ecu manage system, thanks!

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i have a friend that works at a basically all subaru shop and they work with Turbo XS. and Turbo XS is comming out with a universal Utech. One of the best Piggy back ecus to get for a wrx. I beleive there still in R+D but he wants me to get it for my turbo project....
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If you can make it read the signals and adjust accordingly i dont see a problem.
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What's the point? We have Link, Hydra, AEM, EMU, and of course, MS.
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What's the point? We have Link, Hydra, AEM, EMU, and of course, MS.
Its true. What is the point?
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Old 01-02-2007, 01:57 AM   #6
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Link makes an ECU for the Subies as well. Cobb is local and will be tuning my Link in the Spring if I don't just drive to FM.
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The point is my friend with his 03 wrx has a cobb ecu and was wondering if it will work with my current greddy setup, so I dont have to spend extra cash on a ecu management system ! Is it very easy to use the cobb on my miata? thanks

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no, the Cobb ECU is different. read up on it here, http://www.cobbtuning.com/
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The MegaSquirt is as cheap as it comes...and it's really cheap.
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