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Old 07-27-2003, 06:08 PM   #1
Patrick Olsen
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Default Aftermarket ECU options for us N/A types

I did a brief search over in the Engine Management & Tuning forum and it seems to be almost entirely WRX stuff. For those of us who are N/A and modded enough to benefit from some ECU tuning what options are available? I really don't want to go to the trouble of a full aftermarket stand-alone ECU - it just isn't worth the time and money for me.

It appears that Cobb's AccessECU is only for WRX ECU's at this point. Does anyone know if they intend to expand their ECU remapping services?

I've heard that you can get a UniChip tuned for basically any ECU, but then others I've talked to didn't think that was true. Anyone know what the scoop is there?

dcoty, I'm too lazy to search right now - what option are you using for your N/A monster?

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