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Completely replace stock ECU? You're in for a ton (archive)

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Posted by of work... Jeff J. on October 23, 2001 at 16:41:34:

In Reply to: Very interested in the DTA system, any info? posted by KevinS on October 23, 2001 at 11:01:48:

Using a piggyback computer to simulate an AFM signal for the stock ECU to use is a much cleaner, simpler solution. The real benefits come from the elimination of the AFM anyway. What more can you achieve with ignition timing, etc, over a JC chip? If you want to get into replacing the entire ECU and doing all that massive amount of custom tuning and wiring, go ahead. Motec makes the best complete engine management systems IMO. They can make a custom harness for our cars that is very high quality, if you have the $$$... Let us know how things go with whatever you end up doin'.

Jeff J.

The Perf. BMW was the Nov. Issue right?

I think I saw the video clips for it... the white car must have been the DTA car buy the sounds of it.

I'm considering taking it on as a project over this winter. (6 months on snow, ice and sleet)

88 ///M3

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