Doesn't the Fields allow you to store up to 4 different maps? Seems to me it was the de facto standard for a long time in the mkiv community.badmuthrfkr said:I got one with my car when I bought it, not wired in though. Is this thing as good as an S-AFC is or should I get rid of it?
Doesn't the Fields allow you to store up to 4 different maps? Seems to me it was the de facto standard for a long time in the mkiv community.
The S-AFC allows the rpm point around which the AF ratio will be altered to be varied. Only stores a single map, though.
I don't think the hi/lo throttle on the S-AFC means much for us, since you should not be adjusting AF when the car is running closed-loop.
I wouldn't think the variable RPM points of the S-AFC are enough to offset the fact that:
1. The Fields is free, and is proven to work well.
2. You can set the Fields up with a conservative street map, and aggressive 1/4 mile-only map and still have memory left over for other maps you may want.
I'm interested in responses you get, since I am having a hard time deciding which of the two I prefer.
I don't know anything about the HKS Super AFR. Never seen one.n disgii said:Do you have any knowledge or experience with the HKS Super AFR?? Thanks!
PS - This is a stab in the dark, but I am curious if you will remember. I sold my 1995 MR2 Turbo, Black on Tan, to a guy that says he knows you very well. I am in Virginia and he flew out to drive it home. This took place about 1 year ago. Just wondering if this rings any bells. He was telling me how much you knew about turbos and stuff and how you were into the roadcoarse scene. Just curious....if you do remember, how is he and the car doing?? He said he was gonna make a website just like you that will talk about all of his mods in sort of a diary style. Take it easy. Peace!