completely different to e1-3martincarew said:There are several Ralliart ECUs gonna appear for sale on here shortly - check this thread out:
May be worthwhile contacting them now - they may give you 1st refusal
I know the ones listed are not e1 -3 compatible but someone there must have an E1 that's Ralliart'ed who's going for a new ECU?xlr8 said:completely different to e1-3
- the ralliart ECU in question in posts above yours is a 'Group N' version
- sorry to say that I sold both of mine a few years ago.....
martincarew said:I know the ones listed are not e1 -3 compatible but someone there must have an E1 that's Ralliart'ed who's going for a new ECU?
Either that or speak to Power Engineering in Uxbridge or WRC at Silverstone. They maybe able to remap your original ECU to Ralliart standard as thats all a Ralliart ECU is!!
Only trying to help. :shake: :sorry:xlr8 said:
sorry, but.. in which case why mention the ones coming up for sale and suggest contacting the guys ?
the Ralliart ECU was made in very small numbers specifically for the evo3 to comply with 'Group N rally' rules
- you're supposed to run it with a restrictor but works better without & can be used in any e1-3 (as a number of people on here are)
AFAIK, the later Evo Ralliart ECU's aren't/weren't for GroupN rallying were they ? (...asking as not sure)
not worth re-mapping the original ECU ....it would have been done by now...especially in OZ or NZ
+ unlike the EcuTek developments for the later Evos...there's probably little money to be made by trying to crack an e1-3 ecu to download the base-map and alter it IMO
- just much easier & cheaper to re-chip using a 'Gizzmo' or 'Mines vx-rom'
Re: going to a new ecu
don't really need to.... as e.g. 350bhp(flywheel) can be produced without resorting to a new management system
= a seriously quick car
As I understand it there are people out there with the software and abillity to remap pretty much any make of ECU for any car as circuits for the standard ECU have to have software uploaded to them to work from the manufacturer. If this is the case then any ECU can be re-programmed. Obviously processing speeds etc will vary.xlr8 said:wasn't having a pop Martin
thought you may have had some 'insider' info