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Any Uberdata Tuners In The Norfolk Area?

Old 12-03-2004, 11:39 AM
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Default Any Uberdata Tuners In The Norfolk Area?

So I ended up buying the V-AFC controller before I learned about Uberdata 'cuz a friend of mine that turboed his 240sx was preaching about it. Now that I learned about Uberdata, I was thinking of throwing it back on ebay & just going with Uberdata.

Since I already have the Apexi V-AFC, should I just say screw it and buy the MSD ignition retard system and do it that way? I know it's not going to be as cheap as Uberdata, but is it going to be that big of a difference? (I'm not worried about launch control or anything like that) Just want it boosted safely.

I guess a determining factor would also be if someone in the area, who has tuned uberdata, would help me out. Of course I'd pay a little compensation for their time helping me. Lemme know what you guys think. Thanks.

-Rob
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Old 12-03-2004, 11:44 AM
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i'm about 4 hours away from you :P no, a vafc and msd btm could never come close to the capabilities of uberdata. pm me with your set up, i may have some pretty good maps for you already, i was boosted for 7 mos. on a basemap with no tuning and it ran fine and put down 240whp on about 11 psi with very conservative timing maps and stock exhaust
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Old 12-03-2004, 02:26 PM
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Originally Posted by Emrys
So I ended up buying the V-AFC controller before I learned about Uberdata 'cuz a friend of mine that turboed his 240sx was preaching about it. Now that I learned about Uberdata, I was thinking of throwing it back on ebay & just going with Uberdata.

Since I already have the Apexi V-AFC, should I just say screw it and buy the MSD ignition retard system and do it that way? I know it's not going to be as cheap as Uberdata, but is it going to be that big of a difference? (I'm not worried about launch control or anything like that) Just want it boosted safely.

I guess a determining factor would also be if someone in the area, who has tuned uberdata, would help me out. Of course I'd pay a little compensation for their time helping me. Lemme know what you guys think. Thanks.

-Rob
The MSD doesnt even really take care of the ignition advance the VAFC Hack creates.

Go Uber...

Did you check out the Uberdata Tuners Directory on the UD forums?
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Old 12-03-2004, 05:18 PM
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Default Re:Any Uberdata Tuners In The Norfolk Area?

Yea, yea. . . I've already checked it out and read through the FAQ & stuff like that. I like to do that before I ask any kind of questions that way I don't seem like a chode. Actually, http://home.mn.rr.com/keebler65/honda/ was really helpful. He told how physically chip it. How to tune it. Even a little writeup on datalogging. It was awesome. Yea. . maybe I should just go with Uberdata. Is there any benefit of the features of V-AFC hooked up w/Uberdata? I really don't know anything about the V-AFC, including tuning. Which is another reason why I want to switch to Uber. Thnx.

-Rob
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