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Old 07-17-2017, 01:58 PM   #26
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Now available for pre-order, delivery currently estimated at approx. 45 days ....


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Not available yet, just fyi on some of the details:

http://www.turbosource.com:80/Adaptronic-Modular-Mazda-Rx-8-PNP-ECU-p/ts-amrx8pnp.htm=]Adaptronic Modular Mazda Rx-8 PNP ECU[/url]
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Now available for pre-order, delivery currently estimated at approx. 45 days ....
You gunna be the guinea pig Team ?
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This looks like it's gunna take a while ............
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based on that update I’m thinking within the next month or so
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I'm keen!!

Have just a bought a series 1 for a track/fun day car. Motor is shagged, but should be rebuilt in the next couple months. I'd love to not put the factory ECU back in (and half the crap that's therefor not needed).
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Old 10-13-2017, 05:25 PM   #37
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so this is the generic version of the modular ECU on an S2 with a big BW turbo, gonna be interesting to see what they do on the dyno. Only setup as a piggyback for now though, but eventually they could in theory go full stand-alone once the Can integration is finished by Adaptronic








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I would think the 8374 or 9180 would be a better choice than the 9174 .Seems pointless to have such a large compressor on the smaller turbine - especially for the backpressure sensitive renesis. Be interesting though.

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wouldn't be my choice, but here was the thought process of someone for using it on a 13-REW

https://www.rx7club.com/single-turbo...ewolf-1108800/
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wouldn't be my choice, but here was the thought process of someone for using it on a 13-REW

https://www.rx7club.com/single-turbo...ewolf-1108800/
He actually says the 8374 is better ..but didn't seem to be much in it .
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C’mon man, that’s part of what he said, but he also says why he chose the other one
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424 rwhp, 299 rwtq





426 rwhp, 304 rwtq<br/><br/>Nothing spectacular, but very linear power delivery



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Still waiting, but it’s not causing me any issue since my car is still in transition. I made good progress tonight on the header and scheming up the radiator shrouding and airflow to the engine compartment. It was a good afternoon/evening/late night effort.
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Still waiting, but itís not causing me any issue since my car is still in transition.

Transitioning to what ?
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A class that allows more modifications than the previous one I was competing in.
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Did you see the dyno ? Just over 400 at 19psi - not impressive for that big turbo ! Full spool by 6000 RPM ! I thought you said any EFR was going to outspool my setup ?
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I never said a 9174 EFR would .... no I didn’t see the dyno, but honestly that turbo seems grossly oversized on a Renesis imo ... that said, 19psig on E85 is fairly tame. That turbo needs to running 30+ psig on a 2-rotor, boom goes the Renesis dynamite ...




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Will it be able to run all the intake valves actuators for the NA RENESIS? Meaning 2 regular solid state solenoids (VDI, SSV) and one H-Bridge motor controller for the APV valve.
I'm looking for a standalone ECU for my RX8 time attack car, and I could not find any that can run the APV valve...

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