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Old 04-28-2006, 05:38 PM   #1
Token-Negro
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Default AVCS Heads in a non AVCS Car?

Well im starting my 2.5 build and just recieved my 04 sti heads with the AVCS i was just now told that i will need to build a bracket for the single cam sensor the none AVCS cars use. Has anyone done this with success? OR should i try and source a JDM ecu with the ability to run the AVCS?

Im building a fully forged 2.5 for my 05 WRX
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Old 04-29-2006, 11:15 AM   #2
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Well im starting my 2.5 build and just recieved my 04 sti heads with the AVCS i was just now told that i will need to build a bracket for the single cam sensor the none AVCS cars use. Has anyone done this with success? OR should i try and source a JDM ecu with the ability to run the AVCS?

Im building a fully forged 2.5 for my 05 WRX

Once you get into this, I'd recommend getting a Hydra. Instead of sourcing a AVCS ECU, then getting a STI EM, the WRX Hydra has AVCS use. This is the main reason why I'm going to a hydra. It's a standalone ecu that will plug in with just four wires and replace your factory ecu.

Phil from Element is at World One today, so I'd try calling down there if you want to talk to him. Hydra's are typically for pretty advanced engine setups, but yours seems to fit the bill.

If you have AVCS heads, I'd recommend using the avcs control.
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