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Old 11-03-2003, 04:38 AM   #1
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Would this really be worth $600 dollars. I really dont care for the setup of the Mini 2.0 Air/Fuel controller. Does anybody know what the stock size of our intake & exhaust valves are?
http://www.zzperformance.com/zzp/products/iccu_pcm.htm
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I don't know how well this would work, i heard some engine guys complain a lot about zzp stuff, how it gets the job done but it'* not nice. What exactly are you trying to gain with this?
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Exactly what it says. To be able to adjust the timing as well as the air fuel ratio. This way when I get nitrous I will be able to adjust from inside of the car instead of getting out and changing it outisde. Does anybody know what V-afc would work for our cars. Maybe Scott from Intense could help me out since they are running one on his turbo GP.
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It'* a neat idea, but pricey, is it worth almost 400 just to do it inside of a car? I admit an LCD reporting it is MIGHTY tempting... I got a nice spot for that right under the CD player. I don't know of any other way to do what you want personally, but i'm not fond with all of that cause i have a series I (I.E. NOT SUPPORTED by ANYONE)
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I'd save up a buy that if it worked. Looks pretty good. But like everything else in this freaking works its probably only available for you series II folks.
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I am pretty sure that won't work on an SSEi. You may be able to get the PCM custom programmed by DHP for it to work, but it will be more than the regular $300 PCM price, so the final price will end up being more than the $600 price listed. The ICCU is a GREAT product from what I have seen, but you NEED a scan tool, and it is more meant for people with serious mods like intercoolers (for those w/L67'*) & cams. It isn't going to gain you much for the price, all it is for is tuning. We don't have an ICCU for the GTP, and we have just a DHP PCM for it, and it seems to run just fine. (see sig) I would recommend spending the $600 elsewhere. (like save it towards a cam)
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I have one for my car-BUT I have yet to try it. Since my car is parked for winter.
As far as HP gains-yes its for tuning-but it gives you A LOT more control over what the car is doing/going to do. I've heard of some getting 20+ HP out of this AVG is about 10 HP-just because you can advance timing -/+6* and if you go to the max and still not having KR-there is more HP to made to the controller.

I dont recommend getting your PCM programmed for it unless you have the PCM and controller. I ran with my PCM ready and NO controller last year-talk about retard(ed).
Max of 22* adv timing at WOT.
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Well the thing is nobody produces a chip for our cars(referriong to my year). Thats why I was asking about this mod because of the first upgrades I plan on getting. It seems to work like the V-afc that are seen in imports. A friend of mine gained well over 50 whp just by fine tuning his motor after his mods. Before he got the major mods done he had the BPU'* and gained close to 20 whp.
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Hey Roadrash, Your not to far from Chicago, DHP is in western burbs. My plan is to go to DHP and get a custom PCM, I hear they dyno tune it too Charles Breyer is one of the DHP programmers and is on ILGCP, I hear he'* a great guy and spends many extra hours helping people with there cars. I'm going there once I got some rockers, headers, HVTB stage 2 and some other stuff, shooting for spring time to have all this done. Can't wait, hope it'* a quick winter.
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Don want it to be to quick of a winter. Alot of projects that need to get finished by spring, as well as hopefully alot of snow to go riding in. I emailed DHP and they said they dont do any programming for my year. Thats why I am trying to find the next best alternative. Well I take my car to him & see if hell dyno tune it for me if I get this. Once you get your stuff maybe we can form a dyno meet with other cars in the Chi-town area that have things done to their cars. This way hopefully itll bring the dyno price down for all.
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