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Old 14 Jan 2009, 03:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
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hks fuel cut defender?

So,

ive had my scooby a while now, when i bought it, it was cutting out and overboosting like bugger knows what.

Had it remapped and the boost has been taken right down etc and the map done properly, however, in the cold due the denser air i get the odd cut coz of boost creep / overshoot ... i read today about a boost cut defender / hks fuel cut defender & wondered if its worth while me getting one??

my current setup has avc-r & the power fc hand controller / ecu

is it worth while me investing in an hks fcd??

many thanks

James
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Old 15 Jan 2009, 01:13 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Re: hks fuel cut defender?

the avc should be controlling that, when was iut mapped? personaly i'd take it back explain the situation and have them have a quick look
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