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zydyne gold ecu or silver ecu?

Old 01-14-2003, 01:31 PM
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which one would be the best ...i dont have a extra $1000 would the silver be enough?
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Old 01-14-2003, 01:39 PM
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It would be enough, but you cannot change any of the settings, maybe if the silver was 300 bucks I could justify that, but no way would I pay 500 bucks for a ecu that you cannot change. Especially when you will need to dyno tune etc etc. I never use those stock maps that zdyne gives with the program.. LAME-O they pull out 1.0 retard per psi, which is a bit high. My cars have always been at .2 to .6, and the mini me was the only exception, it was varying from .8 to 1.1

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Gold...

If you go any other way, you won't ever forgive yourself for doing it.

And if you get it, you'll never want to think about using RRR, AFC hack, etc. ever again

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Old 01-14-2003, 01:41 PM
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o.k cool but i guess it is just a choice i will have to make.
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