That's just how I like'em; crude, cheap, easy, and get's the job done. :laugh:The SAFC works on the Evo but is the most crude tuning device available. It's bottom of the barrel, but it does work.
You have to have a laptop and the ECU stays in. You basically, plug in, pull the maps off the ECU, change what you have to change, then refresh the ECU. There's also logging software that runs straight off the laptop and cable.Ok where is the ECU flash done do I have to pull the ECU out and side it or is a program that you buy and do you have to have a laptop or can you use a logger.
I really don't trust anyone with my car. I say do it yourself. Learn whatever you need to learn, buy what ever tools and equipment you need, and never reley on anyone. It may take some time, but you never have to guess if it's right. Everthing we need to tune and to work on these cars is right at or fingertips. A simple piggyback or better yet;I know that when you put any mods on you need to tune if not you have just made you car the same if not wores so if i was goin to just get a cat-back and a intake and maybe up the boost like 2 pounds what would be a good tuner to use thanks :dsm:
Incorrect-a-mundoI suppose Cobb will be releasing their AccessPort, which is wildly successful in the Subie world, but we've been hearing about it for over a year now. It is a great tool, but it is a piggyback