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    Default Re: The Complete Piggyback Comparison

    Two years later......

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    Default Re: The Complete Piggyback Comparison

    Quote Originally Posted by loki2043 View Post
    Two years later......
    Must be patient for good information.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nhum View Post
    Must be patient for good information.
    Electronics world moves too fast for the waiting room.

    I want to know more about the MAP ECU 1&2, so I'll be watching

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    Default Re: The Complete Piggyback Comparison

    has the neo been posted elsewhere and i just missed it?? I been looking for a bit now and cant find wiring for a neo to my 7mgte. Any help is always welcome. Thanks all

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    Quote Originally Posted by isnms View Post
    ^It's in the write up in my sig.
    Nice.... thanks i found one on apexi's site but the make and models are blocked out for some reason...odd! oh well thanks

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    Default Re: The Complete Piggyback Comparison

    i have a avcr and a e-manage blue. i have installed the avcr and its pretty sweet but i dont know if i want to use the emanage or go with a safc. what would you do?

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    What are the chances that you can incorporate the AEM F/IC. I picked one up and from what I can see it is a very good device; very close to the EMS. I like how the way it manages fuel is by intercepting the duty cycle to the individual injectors rather than changing the map signal. When changing the map signal you change the timing and therefore have to compensate.

    So chances? Maybe?
    OLD SETUP: 7MGTE rebuilt the right way, VRP67, 580cc injectors, Lex afm, custom IC piping, NA cams, AFPR, Walboro, 3" dp into 4" exhaust, 6 puck unsprung clutch (yes with stock W58), 4.3 LSD ..... other mods i cant remember

    NEW SETUP: Aristo 2JZGTE, VRP67, 440cc injectors, 3" DP and full exhaust, Walboro 255, OSGiken dual plate dual diaphram, R154 (in place of original W58), Dual 1350cfm electric fans, Large front mount with 3" charge lines, and still 4.3 LSD.

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    Default Re: The Complete Piggyback Comparison

    This sure is of big interest.
    Of course if we don't all buy EMSs 'till the info will be available.
    A sugestion. Why don't you post the info about one piggyback at the time it is available to you, then you can sumarize/organize it all.
    It sure would help us.
    Thank you for doing this for the comunity!
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    Next on my list: Standalone EMS or fuel computer.

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    Default Re: The Complete Piggyback Comparison

    Wow, this is going to be some really useful info. Thanks!

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