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 Post subject: Re: IAC problem?
PostPosted: Tue Sep 27, 2016 8:08 pm 
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Tom,

I sent you an email to your Hotmail account. Also, check out this post about ESL's board.

viewtopic.php?f=19&t=55665

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 Post subject: Re: IAC problem?
PostPosted: Wed Sep 28, 2016 1:43 am 
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Well.

To put the car back to "stock" is i would think fairly difficult in my opinion.
Mainly because i would have to pull the turbo, and other junk related to that.
But i could do that as a last resort.

I know my local tuning shop called speed factor racing DOES do in shop dyno tuning.
But they use AEM stuff from what i see.
Also sadly there dyno is just 2wd. To bad my car was NOT a R32 GTR. Lol you can just pull the awd fuse and it defaults to rwd.

Also for whats around for the data log and tune deal is mainly just Cobb.
I know a few buddies of buddies that have done that.
Seemed to work OK like.

In terms to tuning software for stand alones.
I had a AEM FIC and that was fairly easy to use. I just could not find anyone that would touch a piggy back ecm.
I could do all sorts of junk just not use full stuff i guess.
I think i will check out some AEM stuff sooner than later.
I have seen many a video and article on Haltech stuff.
I selected it mainly because the software looked SOO easy to use.
Just looked like plain English!

And yes thanks for the heads up on the whole stand alone tuning experience you have had.
Its good to know its just not perfect asap!

Also what stand alone do you have?

Currently still just cruising around now in closed loop waiting for some CEL to pop up now.
Probably check in a day or so.

Also now im checking out that ESL board!


Anyways

Thanks for the fast reply!

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 Post subject: Re: IAC problem?
PostPosted: Thu Sep 29, 2016 5:25 pm 
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You don't have to have everything back to stock, you just need to be able to run the stock MAF and injectors. So you can keep the turbo, just run lower boost. I'm assuming all the other sensors are stock so as I mentioned it's really just the MAF & injectors....and ignition if you converted to COP....which may be a bit of a pain.

I run a Link G3 Plus ECU that was upgraded to the G4 software. I like it, but they've switched hardware manufacturers and the newer G4+ ECU's are better and have more features. There's several versions of the ECU, but you're likely looking at around a $1,000 minimum investment on hardware alone....and then you would still need to install it.

Here's a link to their product line.

http://www.linkecu.com/products/wirein-ecus/

My best recommendation is to do some homework on the various options available to you and see what you can get for local support, email support, etc. and then go with what fits your needs best.

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