[s-cars] Chip - best choice
FvAMI at aol.com
FvAMI at aol.com
Wed Jan 21 00:17:58 EST 2004
In a message dated 1/20/04 5:49:05 PM Pacific Standard Time,
pizzoman at yahoo.com writes:
> Yeah, I suppose we should all buy VMAPs now, the hell
> with trying to do performance mods.
> And I always thought it was just, air, fuel and spark
> this whole time. Good thing guys are here to convince
> me to spend my money wisely and buy a variable
> pressure transducer that I probably don't need.
> Joe, overpriced and useless HKS boost controller and
> stepper motor now on the market so I can get a VMAP,
Not sure where I went wrong! I know my English grammar sucks ... you should
see my French ... I knew when I saw a previous post with the very sophisticated
Latin derivative of my name "fickey" ... that I was in real trouble.
You can use the HKS controller and bypass altitude compensation (or do they
have that now) and bypass the ECU boost cut compensation. I looked at Greddy
in 1996 and decided the Motronics was much more sophisticated ... the Apex
looked really good in 1999 mainly due to the ability to reduce boost in first gear.
These are great controllers. The HKS boost controller and any of the latest
Fuel/Timimg controllers ... and you can do all your own programming.
The VMAP caters to those who want to use the standard ECU and don't want to
be limited to the 3 bar barrier of the Bosch 211.
370 HP is enough for me ... If I need more I will go to a stroker (2.6 liter)
motor because a turbo larger than the RS2 without increasing the displacement
will become a little too much lag for my taste. But I will always keep the
elegance of the stock ECU.
Feico van der Laan
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