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Good old fashion engine mods in these times of bolt-ons :)
Nice to see.

I've heard good stuff about both ECUs.
If I could afford it I would probobly go with AEM. But that's mostly because I know a guy who used to tune AEM.
 
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Yakozan said:
Good old fashion engine mods in these times of bolt-ons :)
Nice to see.

I've heard good stuff about both ECUs.
If I could afford it I would probobly go with AEM. But that's mostly because I know a guy who used to tune AEM.

Bolt ons are just so over-rated :) :) and a lot less fun!

I'm leaning closer and closer to AEM as now I have a really good price on one and there are a few other S13 and S14s here in Moscow that are going the same route.. and a good tuner in the vicinity (so I am lead to believe)
 

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elizium said:
Yakozan said:
Good old fashion engine mods in these times of bolt-ons :)
Nice to see.

I've heard good stuff about both ECUs.
If I could afford it I would probobly go with AEM. But that's mostly because I know a guy who used to tune AEM.

Bolt ons are just so over-rated :) :) and a lot less fun!

I'm leaning closer and closer to AEM as now I have a really good price on one and there are a few other S13 and S14s here in Moscow that are going the same route.. and a good tuner in the vicinity (so I am lead to believe)
Is it the AEM PnP you're thinking about?
Seems to be very good. But abit expensive compared to the Apexi. The AEM has more functions though.
 
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