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Old 05-30-2006, 08:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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ecu flash

which ecu flash is good. when i flash my ecu i will have a greddy intercooler, dc manifold, helix downpipe, helix cat delete, rsr exhaust, and aem intake. i might go with a different downpipe, not sure which one im gonna get but im leanin towards the helix.
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They're all good. A flash is a flash. I told you the one I prefer on EvoM.

I don't recommend getting a greddy FMIC or any FMIC on the stock turbo unless you happened to damage your stocker. There is little-to-no-gain with an FMIC on the stock turbo, especially if you run pump gas boost levels daily (21-22psi). I also recommend against the aem intake and DC manifold. IMO, there's much better ways to spend your money if you haven't already bought the parts.





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Now days you can come up with your own for what ever parts your running;
http://www.openecu.org/index.php?title=Main_Page



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What the hell did you just say? LOL

BTW an intercooler netted me 3mph in trap speeds on a stock turbo (untuned)...so to say there is little to nothing to be gained is not quite accurate.
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What the hell did you just say? LOL
His promoting self didn't say anything.



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