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JW23
30th March 2001, 20:54
Help please someone - do you need to have an induction kit installed and rolling roaded or can you fit yourself (ive heard this is required) on my old 306gti i fitted myself and never expierienced any problems but ive been advised it can affect the fuelling? im not convinced and need re-assuring one way or the other please!

Anders
31st March 2001, 00:28
100's of people have enjoyed the sound of free flow exhaust and filters on standard ECUs.

To get the optimum a mapped ecu e.g. the link by BRD is necessary but not mandatory http://bbs.22b.com/ubb/biggrin.gif

JW23
31st March 2001, 08:09
Ive been reading a lot about the various ECU's and looking at the dyno scooby pages and what mods have taken place - im naive im not 100% on the difference between a Link and say Power Engeneering upgrade - what are we taking regards whats involved, power increase, price and reliablility(engine safety) as ive read horror stories of chips for Impreza's just fooling the ecu that its seeing standard boost - not something i wish to do.? cheers for your help
[100's of people have enjoyed the sound of free flow exhaust and filters on standard ECUs.

To get the optimum a mapped ecu e.g. the link by BRD is necessary but not mandatory http://bbs.22b.com/ubb/biggrin.gif[/QUOTE]

Anders
31st March 2001, 14:17
The link as mapped by Bob Rawle of Brdevelopments is safe.

Do not go to Power Engineering. Although they assured me that my phase 1 Power Engineering chip was not responsibe for blowing up my car after 600 miles http://bbs.22b.com/ubb/mad.gif

I remain unimpressed that they blamed oil supply problems on Imprezas as my car had lasted 29,000 miles before they "upgraded" it http://bbs.22b.com/ubb/mad.gif