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|October 7th, 2014 02:51 PM|
|1996 GT||Not into the four cylinder scene. Actually I don't think I've ever posted in here. With that being said Haltec makes some pretty great products and I would use them over anything megasquirt.|
|September 30th, 2014 06:15 PM|
|Sparky1911a1||Ok, thank you|
|September 30th, 2014 05:10 PM|
|79'293stang||I do not know from personal experience about the Pimp unit, but have read a great deal. People really seem to like them. I would hop over to turboford and ask the same question. Quite a few guys run them there and you may even get word from the manufacturer himself on it.|
|September 30th, 2014 12:27 AM|
Anyone Familliar With PiMP?
Im getting ready to bolt the new turbo onto my 2.3, I ordered a new wiring harness because the factory had been cut, splice, half crimped etc. and I figured why not update my computer to a stand-alone. I spoke with my tuner about PiMP and he did not like the fact that it was Mega/Micro squirt based, I asked why and he simply stated that with Mega/micro squirt it is basically impossible to compensate for battery offsets. He insisted that instead i go with Haltec.
My question is: Seeing as PiMP is just Mega/micro squirt based, is it possible, or easier to tune the battery offset table.
I trust my tuners judgement, but neither of us know about this system, I hate to spend $700 and not see my engine at its full potential.