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Old 20 May 2011, 09:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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MY98 Re-map/Tuning

Hey all,

I have a swapped MY98 Engine for my MY06 STi.

I have these upgrades:

-HKS Air Intake+Blitz Air Filter
-Megan Downpipe
-JASMA Cat-back
-VF28 @ 18 PSI

How do I tune my ecu? can I do that? is it the same as re-map? when I upgrade parts, is it plug and play?

How do I know that I have the correct ECU installed? what if they got me the WRX version? how can I check? where do I find the ECU?

Help is appreciated
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Old 21 May 2011, 10:27 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Re: MY98 Re-map/Tuning

needs the ecu mapping, also your existing ecu prob wont work
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Old 21 May 2011, 10:30 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Re: MY98 Re-map/Tuning

So, I need to re-map my ecu "Tune" for those upgrades to work fully and give me the max power I can get?

So I have to replace my ECU with another tunable unit? what are my options on that? and prices..
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