EldavoRoger - Thank you for throwing your fingers at the keyboard to elucidate me with your opinion. I genuinely don’t care what you think, but I do appreciate the length and barely contained angst of your posts. PMSL as the kids say, like shooting fish in a barrel getting a bite from you.
Eldavo The best thing about boost control being undertaken by the ECU is that the Overboost protection is still enabled too.
EldavoBlade - Boost control was relatively straightforward to set up but did need a bit of playing and logging as the PID wasn’t quite as good as I expected. Mind you I never found the similar “fuzzy logic” on the Apexi AVC-R that reliable either. The advantage of data logging and then filling the lookup table is repeatability - if you need any pointers on setting yours up just ask.
PSH Vitesse MAF+ has full control of overboost, as I stated, I currently have mine set at 1.5 BAR
blade7PSH Vitesse MAF+ has full control of overboost, as I stated, I currently have mine set at 1.5 BARWhat size injectors are you running now Pete?
Dan944tso i take it these are stand alone ecu s that have replaced the standard ? Daniel
PSHMorning Dan The Vitesse MAF kit includes a small chip board which fits inside the original ECU. This is a plug and play scenario and John's programming will be pretty much spot on for the car using the info of mods fitted given to him. Yes this is now old school but Vitesse is still recognised as the most reliable MAF system out there. To future proof the system for later mods and to easily adjust the map via a laptop you also need to install the piggyback system, Wayne can then fine tune the map to perfection. For added protection you then have the 'knock monitor' kit which is probably again the best out there. I haven't bought/fitted this yet...I don't drive like a hooligan these days but may get around to doing it one day.You have my number if you need more details later. Cheers Pete
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