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So as per title, what ECU are you running?
Maybe some comments on how you find it with a comparable and who installed and mapped it etc....
 

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Link G4 running a flex fuel sensor for E85 and 91 octane. Love the ECU. Had issues finding people in the US competent in tuning, but i've sorted it finally.
 

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Please vote on poll.

Mods can someone add Link ECU? Cant believe I forgot it.
 

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Syvecs, the best reasonably priced complete functionality ecu available. This is my 2nd, all my cars are mapped by Greg at Pro Tuner and I can't fault him, top bloke.
Heard some good feedback about Greg going see how one of his mapped cars feels.
 

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Interesting.

I dont think anyone is running a Haltech yet.... Could be wrong.
 

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I run the best ECU on the market. Nissans...
 

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I will be going Syvecs S8 (eventualy!!!)


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Cannot agree more. Nissan still use an OE ecu for the S1/S2 upgrades.
That means diddly-squat!!

The std ECU is fine to hold a map, no-one is questioning that but to compare its sensing capabilities against something like a Syvecs is utter nonsense!

Dont confuse an ECU with a map (calibration).....the hardware is one thing and what's in it is something different. A std ECU has a basic compliment of sensors but a modern ECU can read MANY more. Not only that but the internal logic and strategies are WAY more advanced.

To say that the std Nissan ECU is the 'best' is, quite frankly, preposterous.


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