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hi all,

hope you all understand my question.

i have E6 ralliart ecu in my car, but is there a diffrence betwean the standard ecu and the ralliart ecu?
and i mean then the rpm section.
when is the end off the rpm.
i believe it ends at 8100 rpm.
is there a other redline on the dash by the ralliart ecu then the standard ecu/dashboard redline??

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If you mean the rev limiter - then as far as I can see, the Ralliart ECU is the same as the standard Evo - 7606 revs.

Not sure what you mean with the dash.
 

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yes thats it
the rev limiter

my ends on 8100 rpm

but when you buy a new E6 ralliart (back then) with that ecu in it.
do they change the rpm gauge also then.
is the redline on that rpm gauge also diffrent??
 

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Do you mean the Evo 6 supplied by Ralliart? If so, then I don't think any of them were fitted with the Ralliart ECU. The Ralliart Evo 6 will still have a normal ECU.

I'm not an expert though, so I could be wrong!
 

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Is your galant tachometer reading the same pulses as the lancer tacho? Maybe the calibration is different?

What RPM is the engine idling at?
 

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Discussion Starter · #7 ·
my tachometer in the galant goes the same as the evo.
my redline is diffrent.
but thats not the problem.
i have also a apexi avc and a apexi afc in the car on there is also the rpm.

why i whan to not al this is for a g-tech.
i try to get a good g-tech session.
but i have to know what the redline is in the ralliart.

and what about the ralliart ecu.
ralliart have a own ecu for the E6 i think also for the other evo's.
a that ecu is diffrent from the standard ecu.
 

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The RPM limit is the same for both standard and Ralliart, the main differences are very high boost cut, increased timing, leaner fuelling and lowered fan operation temps..
 
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