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Old 08-27-2005, 11:48 AM   #1
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Default Stock ecu...

Hey all I searched the forums for this but it seemed no one really asked this question...

I just got offered a deal on a 1997or 1998 dohc ecu. The question is how much boost can it handle/read? Is there a point where it just won't work?

With a safc, and a timing controller how much more can it handle?

Just for those who are going to say the motor is the weak link, the engine the ecu will be run on is a ej20g.

Also a seperate question, for my personal car what would it take to run the ej20g(I have all the whole front clip) off of the wrx ecu?


If you are not totally positive, it is fine as any input is greatly apreciated.
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Old 08-27-2005, 03:36 PM   #2
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Those ECUs can not read boost, the only way to use boost with those is RRFPR and bigger injectors, or the SAFC and a timing controller as you said. I'm assuming your talking about the RS ECUs btw
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