Originally Posted by bren RR
We have a bunch of different maps created: stock enhanced, slip on, catless, full header etc, race fuel. Far superior to stock race ecu or HP4 engine mapping.
That's great news. Can't wait to see the numbers...
There were differences in the number of throttle, power and torque curves between the first and second iterations of the ECU, i.e. throttle curves went from four to two and both performance and torque curves went from two to three.
1. Did you have to do two different tunes that lay over the existing architecture relative to each iteration, OR
2. Are you able to simply adjust the total number and kind of curves to go either way, i.e. for a 10/11 could you retain four throttle curves but add the one additional power/torque curve like the 12/13/HP4 or even add two more to create four truly unique modes, or would someone with 12/13/HP4 for instance be forced to get added throttle curves like 10/11 and lose their additional power/torque curve since a 10/11 ECU was your base?
I ask because I was going back and forth between getting an HP4 or keeping my 10 and getting the Race ECU, but now the possibility of my baby w/ a "far superior" flash, or even better, an HP4 with one
changes the equation. At the very least I might have to get a 12/13 with one. Damn..lol