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    Quote Originally Posted by JPPR2 View Post
    Why buy a module and use it at low settings
    To save gas and the planet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    To save gas and the planet?
    Good point. This module does not make the truck puke out black smoke like some do. "They" say the module actually increases gas mileage but that means you have to keep your foot out of it...... Not likely

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPPR2 View Post
    Why buy a module and use it at low settings.
    Why buy a shit tuning module at all?
    It can not monitor your exhaust gas temperature, it can not get you more air into the cylinders.
    It can only open the injectors for a longer spray time and fuck up your fuel/air ratio.

    There are real engine tuners and there are module peddlers.
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    First shopping splurge for eons at the weekend. Necessary, as work shirts especially were starting to look like a moth's buffet. I never buy clothes online, as the fit varies from style-brand too much.
    Anyway, got a few Delon shirts for a bargain, and also treated myself to some Timberland shoes.


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    Quote Originally Posted by lom View Post
    Why buy a shit tuning module at all?
    It can not monitor your exhaust gas temperature, it can not get you more air into the cylinders.
    It can only open the injectors for a longer spray time and fuck up your fuel/air ratio.

    There are real engine tuners and there are module peddlers.
    Actually not completely true. For aspirated motors yes. Increasing injectors duty cycle and changing timing the gains are minor. It really takes a cam(s) change and larger exhaust etc. This module increases fuel pressure, holds injectors open longer and increases boost pressure from the turbo. Turbo motors are awesome. More boost, more air into the cylinder, more fuel, more power. Pretty simple equation

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPPR2 View Post
    This module increases fuel pressure, holds injectors open longer and increases boost pressure from the turbo.
    All this by only being connected to the rail sensor(s) plug?
    Those thin wires in the plug are not injector wires so your module does not change injector timing, it only fakes the common rail pressure signal to the ECU so that it increases the rail pressure slightly. That is also the reason why you have to set it at max in order to notice any effect, there is a limit to common rail pressure so you can not increase it a lot hence can not gain a lot from doing it.
    Furthermore, your module has no knowledge about turbo pressure and can not modify its sensor signal and finally your module has no idea of engine rpm so it can only add more fuel over the whole register.

    You have bought some shit which you didn't have to - there are good engine tuners in Thailand who can do a decent mapping of your engine!

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    Speaking of vehicles...

    AU$1,000 on a bit of common metal


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    Quote Originally Posted by lom View Post
    All this by only being connected to the rail sensor(s) plug?
    Those thin wires in the plug are not injector wires so your module does not change injector timing, it only fakes the common rail pressure signal to the ECU so that it increases the rail pressure slightly. That is also the reason why you have to set it at max in order to notice any effect, there is a limit to common rail pressure so you can not increase it a lot hence can not gain a lot from doing it.
    Furthermore, your module has no knowledge about turbo pressure and can not modify its sensor signal and finally your module has no idea of engine rpm so it can only add more fuel over the whole register.

    You have bought some shit which you didn't have to - there are good engine tuners in Thailand who can do a decent mapping of your engine!
    If you knew what you were looking at it, there is also a plug and connection to the boost sensor. The module is designed in line not a complete ECU change.

    Yes I could have gone to ECU shop and spent a ton of money but this is not a race truck. I was looking to get about 50HP and 100+ ft lbs of torque.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPPR2 View Post
    Actually not completely true. For aspirated motors yes. Increasing injectors duty cycle and changing timing the gains are minor. It really takes a cam(s) change and larger exhaust etc. This module increases fuel pressure, holds injectors open longer and increases boost pressure from the turbo. Turbo motors are awesome. More boost, more air into the cylinder, more fuel, more power. Pretty simple equation
    Take no notice of the nay sayers. Just enjoy and carry on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VocalNeal View Post
    Take no notice of the nay sayers. Just enjoy and carry on.
    All good VN, Again its not a big spend, just for fun. Simple plug and play for my daily driver.

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    I got a month off the rig and drank. A lot. I make impulse buys when I'm drunk.

    Show us your impulse buy-duc-s3-jpg

    Ducati Hypermotard 939

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    VW T4 Caravelle VR6

    Oops.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPPR2 View Post
    If you knew what you were looking at it, there is also a plug and connection to the boost sensor. The module is designed in line not a complete ECU change.

    Yes I could have gone to ECU shop and spent a ton of money but this is not a race truck. I was looking to get about 50HP and 100+ ft lbs of torque.
    I had a Honda CRF250L with a 305cc bore kit on it and an API ECU from a CBR300RR. I took it to my mate's shop to get dyno tested and he called the API tuning specialist to come down and remap it. Only cost me 1,000b. It was a beast after that, got the before and after graph somewhere. Not a huge difference by numbers but massive by percentage.

    It's all about more power.
    Lang may yer lum reek...

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    ^^The bike sure Ok but the van??

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirk diggler View Post
    I had a Honda CRF250L with a 305cc bore kit on it and an API ECU from a CBR300RR. I took it to my mate's shop to get dyno tested and he called the API tuning specialist to come down and remap it. Only cost me 1,000b. It was a beast after that, got the before and after graph somewhere. Not a huge difference by numbers but massive by percentage.

    It's all about more power.
    I added the Power Commander V to my Yam R3 right after I bought it and downloaded and played with the 5 maps they offer. I also added the Leo Vince Corsa II full exhaust. The little R3 screams and is light weight which I like. Sure I could have bought an R6 but around these parts a little canyon carver is a lot more fun and if you tank it, not a lot of cash lost. To me its all about bang for the buck and messing with the toys.

    And you are right. Its all about more power

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    ^^^ Didn't get the van from a German in Bang Saen by any chance?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post
    ^^The bike sure Ok but the van??

    Quote Originally Posted by Bogon View Post
    ^^^ Didn't get the van from a German in Bang Saen by any chance?
    It was a bargain and helped out a a Scottish mate here in Songkhla who's moved back to Oz.

    Only 160k kms on her. just needs the A/C gassed

    The bike's a fuckin weapon.

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    ^ Was having a liquid lunch a few months back in Bang Saen and the German owner had one that he was selling. Don't see too many around these parts, so thought it might have been his.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirk diggler View Post
    VW T4 Caravelle VR6
    Wrong colour for an ex-palace motor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VocalNeal View Post
    Wrong colour for an ex-palace motor?
    You're right, and the Monarchy used the T5. This one was originally owned by a Russian VIP.

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