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3 BAR uberdata

Old 03-07-2005, 05:21 PM
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Whats the latest on uberdata and the 3bar? is it all running sweet yet? If so which one is the reccomended one to use?

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Old 03-07-2005, 05:52 PM
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Originally Posted by civicvtecb16a
Whats the latest on uberdata and the 3bar? is it all running sweet yet? If so which one is the reccomended one to use?

Thanks
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Why not try the Uberdata Forums

www.uberdata.info
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Old 03-09-2005, 11:07 AM
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still having that issue w/ the vacuum columns, theyre testing some cars currently, with the test results and an edit, it should be running "sweet" within the next month. its been snowing up here, and we are one of the test cars so we havent been able to get out and do it yet.

if ur not planning on running over ~21 psi, u should consider the 2.5 map sensor from motorola, that runs fine and is good till around 21psi
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Old 03-09-2005, 11:10 AM
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too bad you guys are having larger MAP issues with Uber...

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Old 03-09-2005, 12:21 PM
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Originally Posted by xenocron
too bad you guys are having larger MAP issues with Uber...

omg, get over it :P obd0 is for dinosaurs
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Old 03-09-2005, 01:00 PM
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Originally Posted by xenocron
too bad you guys are having larger MAP issues with Uber...

omg, get over it :P obd0 is for dinosaurs
Apparantly not...

Actually, this summer I plan to do a VERY intensive comparison write-up of all 3 of the major Free Engine Managements with road, track and statistical data. Might have to take a few days off of work to do it.

Still sucks I wont be able to run a larger map on Uber though :P
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Old 03-09-2005, 01:19 PM
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Originally Posted by xenocron
Apparantly not...

Actually, this summer I plan to do a VERY intensive comparison write-up of all 3 of the major Free Engine Managements with road, track and statistical data. Might have to take a few days off of work to do it.

Still sucks I wont be able to run a larger map on Uber though :P

serisously, compare the number of people running uber data and crome compared to turbo edit. it's 2005 now, there's only a handful of people still driving cars that are 15+ years old, it just seems like it on this site b/c everybody's broke, but check out the other sites like honda swap, honda-tech, etc., etc. and you very rarely hear mention of this 'turbo edit', it's all uber, crome, or hondata and like toda said, 3 bar is working and being tested right now, so by the time you're ready to do you're testing, 3 bar maps will be readily available for you
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Old 03-09-2005, 01:40 PM
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Originally Posted by projekteg
Originally Posted by xenocron
Apparantly not...

Actually, this summer I plan to do a VERY intensive comparison write-up of all 3 of the major Free Engine Managements with road, track and statistical data. Might have to take a few days off of work to do it.

Still sucks I wont be able to run a larger map on Uber though :P

serisously, compare the number of people running uber data and crome compared to turbo edit. it's 2005 now, there's only a handful of people still driving cars that are 15+ years old, it just seems like it on this site b/c everybody's broke, but check out the other sites like honda swap, honda-tech, etc., etc. and you very rarely hear mention of this 'turbo edit', it's all uber, crome, or hondata and like toda said, 3 bar is working and being tested right now, so by the time you're ready to do you're testing, 3 bar maps will be readily available for you
But I dont have to do any testing...it already works...with TE

And I dont care how many people do what with who and how...I just want everyone to know about it so they dont pay God aweful amounts of money for something they dont need
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Old 03-10-2005, 04:43 PM
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Originally Posted by Toda Party
if ur not planning on running over ~21 psi, u should consider the 2.5 map sensor from motorola, that runs fine and is good till around 21psi
Where can i get one of these from?

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Old 03-10-2005, 09:47 PM
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Originally Posted by Toda Party
if ur not planning on running over ~21 psi, u should consider the 2.5 map sensor from motorola, that runs fine and is good till around 21psi
Where can i get one of these from?

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