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Re: Type 44 Single Pass Intercoolers in US? Mac-07 ECU

	Thanks for the great reply.  It sounds like its just easier for me
to use the Mac-11 since I eventually plan on replacing the Kh with an Mc
after I uhhhh...find out how much boost the Kh can handle. :-)  And
experiment with some mods of my own on it.  So I guess I'll jsut go this
route. And have you make me up an ECU with a 2.5 bar FPr cutoff.  (if your
willing of course.  The MC I want to buld for it will have around 8.3:1
compression anyhow so maybe when I did put that in I owuldnt need to
change the ECu timing maps???  Any comments on this??
	Lastly, any comments on putting an MC cam into the Kh motor.  The
MC cam appears to have more lift.  (or longer duration cant remember)  or
both.  But I seem to remember seeing specs and it was more aggressive.  So
I'm thinking of putting my MC cam into it as the MC going inot the ur-q
will likely get a custom ground cam.  Comments on this???  Anyone??

	Todd Phenneger
	1983 ur-q / black / getting a MC
	1984 4000 Turbo quattro (Faster than your average 4kq)
	1987 4000 quattro / Saphire Metallic Blue/ Girlfriend's
	1996 A6q / Volcano / Dads Car
   *****1985 5kt / PARTING OUT!
  *	http://www.uidaho.edu/~phen9461/motorsports.htm
The Mac-07 has the timing/boost etc. data and instructions stored inside
the microprocessor (uP) in the internal on board ROM, so it is "possible"
to modify these, assuming you can suck the ROM data out and modify the
timing maps, boost maps etc. I have never looked into modifying these any
further due to very little demand. The later MAC11 ECU's had a stand alone
EPROM which contained this data and instructions.