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Old 12-03-2012, 22:38   #31
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Hi Ramatzio

Did you talk to John ?

If so could you pm what you want from the car and how you drive it as this will change the way the ecu will be mapped, plus a rough spec of the car

I will do my best to make you happy, in fact I think you will be amazed :0

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Yes, I did talk to John and I sent him mail regarding the spec of my car. So if you need more info just send me a pm or mail

I am changing so much on the car right now, so I need to do some testing with both the OEM and the upgraded ECU before I can give you any credit
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Old 22-03-2012, 19:04   #32
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Yes, I did talk to John and I sent him mail regarding the spec of my car. So if you need more info just send me a pm or mail

I am changing so much on the car right now, so I need to do some testing with both the OEM and the upgraded ECU before I can give you any credit
Hi, Did you get this sorted as I have not seen any ECU yet ?


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Old 22-03-2012, 19:09   #33
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Just an update for everyone, we are now looking into remapping the 4/5/6 AYC ecu.

This means that we has to sort a new chip for it and rewrite it but I wont bore you with the details, but just watch this space !!!!

If you are at the Sprint at Silverstone, feel free and come and have a chat if you want the best handling mod for your Evo as you will be able to talk to people 1st hand that have had this done, we do have a lot of cars running in the MLRSS that have had this done I wont say who they are but it should show in the results

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Old 04-04-2012, 22:09   #34
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I had my ACD ecu mapped for my Evo 8, and had its first outing at the Silverstone sprint.
And the difference is truly unbelievable, i had a basic set up of:

Tarmac..Low
Gravel ..Low/Aggressive
Snow ...Aggressive

Now Lee can give the details on the operation and use of each mode but for Silverstone i was in snow mode, as soon a took the first corner i was amazed at the difference. As it was practice and with plenty of run out i thought i would throw it in and hope for the best and well ...... i didnt come of or spin i just kept on going, to be honest its do hard describe how it it feels you have to been in the car to see it happen, i was even one point going round the corners with one hand
I just wish i had my Go pro pointing at the steering wheel, because some of the steering angles and the speed, i've had my car a while now and had got very comfortable to how it was set up and were the limit was, but now well limits were made to be broken

Anybody is welcome to come in my car at any of the up and coming sprints to see its for themselves.

Many thanks again Lee

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Old 04-04-2012, 22:47   #35
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i mite be intrested in this as i am looking in to any thing to get my 4 stable around corners as it feels quite unstable when i enter in a corner fast the back end just wants to keep stepping out if it will be better after this and can you pm me a price i will be getting it done in the comming months as i have got quite a few thing to get for the car before this but it will be good to find out for now?
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Old 05-04-2012, 09:09   #36
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i mite be intrested in this as i am looking in to any thing to get my 4 stable around corners as it feels quite unstable when i enter in a corner fast the back end just wants to keep stepping out if it will be better after this and can you pm me a price i will be getting it done in the comming months as i have got quite a few thing to get for the car before this but it will be good to find out for now?
Hi Buddy,

We are working on the 4/5/6 at the moment but are a long way off from anything just yet but will keep you updated

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Old 05-04-2012, 09:16   #37
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I had my ACD ecu mapped for my Evo 8, and had its first outing at the Silverstone sprint.
And the difference is truly unbelievable, i had a basic set up of:

Tarmac..Low
Gravel ..Low/Aggressive
Snow ...Aggressive

Now Lee can give the details on the operation and use of each mode but for Silverstone i was in snow mode, as soon a took the first corner i was amazed at the difference. As it was practice and with plenty of run out i thought i would throw it in and hope for the best and well ...... i didnt come of or spin i just kept on going, to be honest its do hard describe how it it feels you have to been in the car to see it happen, i was even one point going round the corners with one hand
I just wish i had my Go pro pointing at the steering wheel, because some of the steering angles and the speed, i've had my car a while now and had got very comfortable to how it was set up and were the limit was, but now well limits were made to be broken

Anybody is welcome to come in my car at any of the up and coming sprints to see its for themselves.

Many thanks again Lee

Ben
Thanks for the feed back Ben, as you say its very hard to describe how well it makes the car handle, you just point it and it goes.

We also had some good results on Saturday as well 1st and 3rd in Class A

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Old 05-04-2012, 10:14   #38
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Still think you should bring a 9 ecu to Blyton, so i can try before i buy .
oulton won't make any differance to me as i have my eyes shut most of the time....lol.
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Old 05-04-2012, 12:05   #39
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Any road users got any reviews of this and how it affects handling in primarily a road car?

Can this also help keep the AYC/ACD in one piece if you have big power (500bhp++) and you don't want an RS diff?

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Old 06-04-2012, 16:53   #40
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Still think you should bring a 9 ecu to Blyton, so i can try before i buy .
oulton won't make any differance to me as i have my eyes shut most of the time....lol.
You can rent it if you like

I can let you try before buy if you want to have a go but only for the morning session

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Any road users got any reviews of this and how it affects handling in primarily a road car?

Can this also help keep the AYC/ACD in one piece if you have big power (500bhp++) and you don't want an RS diff?

Thanks
We have done a few road cars, it just makes the car more stable and responsive on turn in and exit of the corner as Ben has said its hard to describe the feeling it gives.

We can do a mix of set up tho, if you want: from fast road set up which is to be used on A roads with fast sweeping bends, right down to B road/tarmac rally kind of stages and a set up for track use.

Power wise, the front ACD diff will be fine as for keeping the AYC diff in one bit, it will not help it if you launch it but we can stop the torque split on the AYC diff which might help, whether it will help to keep it in one piece if you launch it, I doubt it very much.

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Old 15-04-2012, 20:05   #41
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Its been another great week for us with another one of our ACD mapped cars winning both of the snow and ice series Max entered in Russia

Here is one of the videos, as you can see, sharp turn in with a nice controllable drifts and spot direction change

Enjoy......CLICK ME

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Old 22-04-2012, 17:22   #42
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Would just like to say thanks to Lee for letting me use a mapped ecu at the Oulton sprint.
Ran the morning with my standard one then replaced it with the mapped one ,
the difference is unbelievable.
Knocked around 4 seconds off my times in the afternoon, should really have put it in from the start as i was learning how to drive the car again in the afternoon it really makes that much of a difference.
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Old 22-04-2012, 17:29   #43
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Would just like to say thanks to Lee for letting me use a mapped ecu at the Oulton sprint.
Ran the morning with my standard one then replaced it with the mapped one ,
the difference is unbelievable.
Knocked around 4 seconds off my times in the afternoon, should really have put it in from the start as i was learning how to drive the car again in the afternoon it really makes that much of a difference.
It will be ready for the 10 later in the year.

Can't wait, and hope to god it is ready before Teesside.
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Old 22-04-2012, 17:34   #44
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It will be ready for the 10 later in the year.

Can't wait, and hope to god it is ready before Teesside.
Not been done yet for red uk cars apparently
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Old 08-05-2012, 18:49   #45
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Defo not a placebo effect.. got to try the ''tarmac'' setting only till now which on mine means some sideways loving.. and oh yess it breaks traction !!! .. a must for all evos..
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