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Hi, the stock ecu can be mapped using software, ecutek is recomended. Custom or tek3 maps as they used to be know as are done specificly to your car either on a rolling road (dyno) or on road, which personaly id stay away from.

Decent specialist will be able to do it for you. I use scoobyclinic up atchesterfield for all my work and highly recomend them, but its a bit more a of a trek for you i expect.

 

One word of warning is to stay away from anyone who uses a guy called Duncan Graham, aka racedynamix, proper cowboy.

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Never miss an opportunity to plug Duncan.

What did he do out of interest? Is there a thread somewhere. Fingers crossed 25000K later still doing fine but you keep putting the wind up me. BTW my reasoning for using Duncan was based on the fact he did it RCM which was also fairly local. I expected RCM to at least have some standards. I guess they just rent him the road.

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On 8/14/2022 at 8:04 AM, Siluro said:

Never miss an opportunity to plug Duncan.

What did he do out of interest? Is there a thread somewhere. Fingers crossed 25000K later still doing fine but you keep putting the wind up me. BTW my reasoning for using Duncan was based on the fact he did it RCM which was also fairly local. I expected RCM to at least have some standards. I guess they just rent him the road.

nope lol,

seen his working methods, his bad tech advice and seen him rip people off, one of the guys on here found out the hard way.

He doesnt road test after dyno maps

He claims he can map round sensor faults

He block books 10 cars in a day

If something goes wrong he just goes awol

 

Every tuner/mapper has an issue now and again so if they stand up and put it right then no issue, but he's be told several times by some of the best tuners in the country his methods are bad, but he doesnt listen, Andy forrest labelled him Dung khan by the way.

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Hi I Have a EJ20 DOHC WRX engine and I use ECU Master works fine 236hp at 0,8 bar.

I have question is it possible the trace an engine serialnumber to verify origin  my engine s/n is EJ20-938871 WRX 96-97 ? Do you know where I should be looking ?

Thanks

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