I can indeed do MAP ECU, as well as:MKIVdan said:I am almost positive that Nenni tunes MAP ECU's, he tunes a lot more than AEM i think?
Just curious, how long would you say (on avg) it would take to tune a car for MAP ECU? Second, if we can't make it during this trip, how long until you come back to southern california?justinn5 said:I can indeed do MAP ECU, as well as:
TEC II and III(R)
and a few others...
See you guys the 9th -17th !!
afastsupra: We should have no problem getting you in before the 13th, but you will want to call Sarkis at DynoXtreme just to confirm everything (714)231-4299
Flight, Hotel, and car is booked, so its going to happen!
Also, wondering if you could tune a power fcg00kb0i said:hello Mr. Nennie,
i dont think you mentioned the, not-as-popular, power fc... im sure you can tune it but do you have the datalogit/cable ?
can you also street tune only? i have awd, so dyno tuning doesnt seem to be an option... i dont want any numbers, just want some small power...
Thank you very much for your response! I most likely will have to wait until your return, as I found out about this one a little late.justinn5 said:MAP ecu is actually a quite time consuming and frustrating unit to work with, but I do them. To give you an idea, it takes me just as long to tune a MAP Ecu as it does to tune an AEM, and the MAP ecu is only a FUEL computer.
I am in SoCal once every couple of months All you have to do is get with Sarkis and he can get me on my hotline... I can be there lickety split
I no longer have the Datalogit/Power FC cable, nor the software. After I stopped doing rotaries, I also stopped doing Power FC. I have the capability of tuning the Power FC, but not the equipment.
Keith, Sounds Great bro, just let me know. I will be landing in LA at 1am.
btw Sarkis.... It's Justin Nenni with Tuning Concepts a few too may letters but I think everyone knows already