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can you get switchable anti lag and launch control on an ecutek remap on the standard ecu of a 7,or would it be more beneficial to get a stand :smthumbupalone ecu
 

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I don't believe you can get it switchable on Ecutek. You can by using ECUFlash though ;)
 

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tephra mod 5 FTW! not hard to install either, no need for an aftermarket.....unless ur running silly BHP and i do mean silly numbers....
 

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It depends on what you class as switchable. On cars with SAS it's done by making it inject air down the manifold and gives a small effect, -ve is then added to load load areas of the map, this increases the effect 5 fold.

It's made switchable by using dual maps that can be toggled between on the ICS switch, effectively making it switchable as one map has no 0ve timing in it. The problem with the -ve in the low loads areas is it can be unsmooth to drive around town when light throttle response is needed, hence the benefit of dual maps.
 

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It depends on what you class as switchable. On cars with SAS it's done by making it inject air down the manifold and gives a small effect, -ve is then added to load load areas of the map, this increases the effect 5 fold.

It's made switchable by using dual maps that can be toggled between on the ICS switch, effectively making it switchable as one map has no 0ve timing in it. The problem with the -ve in the low loads areas is it can be unsmooth to drive around town when light throttle response is needed, hence the benefit of dual maps.
+1 this is how im set up presently and the pops n bangs map is wayyyy less than smooth :(

but its most fun. sadly on a 260 with no sas that does require a small amount of thottle input to provoke the machine gun effect :naughty:
 
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