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Old 10-31-2006, 05:13 AM   #1
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Should I buy an 04 Sti ecu with EcuTek reflash and license for it as a package for $450?

Reason being I like the EasyECU but it costs like another $400-500 for it on top of the money I've spent on this package above...

But an advantage is I get to keep my own factory ecu...so I have it if I have to sell my car or if I need something done to the ecu I am getting used...

So is it worth getting this or should I just get the EasyECU package that gives you everything for $750-800????

Thanks,
Matt
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Old 11-01-2006, 02:16 PM   #2
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Should I buy an 04 Sti ecu with EcuTek reflash and license for it as a package for $450?

Reason being I like the EasyECU but it costs like another $400-500 for it on top of the money I've spent on this package above...

But an advantage is I get to keep my own factory ecu...so I have it if I have to sell my car or if I need something done to the ecu I am getting used...

So is it worth getting this or should I just get the EasyECU package that gives you everything for $750-800????

Thanks,
Matt

EasyEcu is $350 plus shipping if you already have an Ecutek licensed ECU. I love my EasyECU. Simple and idiot proof.
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Old 11-01-2006, 03:55 PM   #3
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Go open source and screw ecutek.
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