00 BRP RS Coupe
What's a good & decent stand-alone ECU for a fun/street car setup nowadays that's a good band-for-your-buck and won't break the bank either?
Oh for sure, nothing beats some proper dyno time and a controlled test environment. I ended up doing tuning over email, of all things. Installed a Wideband O2 sensor with a gauge that let me do some data-logging, and just sent log after log to a guy in....Colorado I think?....who had me flash tune after tune until he saw logs that he liked. Probably about $300 all-in.I'm not there yet but I think a custom tune would be a healthier option for the car, if possible.
So far it's looking like a Link Monsoon will be what I might end up leaning toward. Just curious what others out there are using nowadays...Shamelessly plugging my own work...
Just found this thread while trying to find info about MS on Subaru. Thank you very much for the thread! From what I saw, MS3Pro has software VR signal conditioning, that's MS3X that has potentiometers to adjust, am I right? Was thinking about getting MS3 to learn more about tuning, CAN, expand...www.rs25.com
You can make a microsquirt work. A lot of guys love the Speedy EFI. My opinion is both of those options leave a lot to be desired, and for a street car an entry level ECU from one of the big guys is worth the money.
I'd look at a Link G4X Atom or a Haltech Elite 750. Elite 550 has been discontinued, but if you could find a used one or new old stock, that would be a good option too.
Nice, you wont be disappointed with the Link.So far it's looking like a Link Monsoon will be what I might end up leaning toward. Just curious what others out there are using nowadays...