MAC 11b vs MAC11c
Tue, 10 Jun 2003 11:12:26 -0400
The Mac-11b and 11c are pretty much the same. Different timing/fuel
maps and some engineering changes I assume, but once chipped with QLCC
chip, they become, I suppose a MAC-11QLCC.
You should be able to swap the ECUs, and can definately use the one
with MAC-11C/QLCC in the avant daily driver, and enjoy the power
[ My 875kTQw parts car has a MAC11c ECU with a 1.8 bar chip.
My primary car is an 86 5xTQw with a MAC11b ECU.
I'm told the chip is compatible with all MAC11 ECUs.
Question is this: Can I just swap ECUs, or must I move the chip from
the 87ECU to the 86 ECU?
Rob Deis "Let the people know beforehand what the law
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