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Author:  tpsretard [ Fri Jun 12, 2015 11:38 am ]
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Life racing and AEM can be configured for VE.

I still say they all have there place. I know this much. Although i might not use one that is noy VE personally. If someone already has one and wants it tuned i don't care what it is. I go and tune. I love non VE systems for this as one small change in injector or fuel system. It is a total remap.... Cha ching....

Author:  Fred [ Sat Jun 13, 2015 10:36 pm ]
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LOL, fair enough! A different perspective on the same behaviour! :-D

Author:  Hentai [ Mon Jun 15, 2015 11:58 am ]
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tpsretard wrote:
Life racing and AEM can be configured for VE.

I still say they all have there place. I know this much. Although i might not use one that is noy VE personally. If someone already has one and wants it tuned i don't care what it is. I go and tune. I love non VE systems for this as one small change in injector or fuel system. It is a total remap.... Cha ching....


Can you point to documentation on Life Racing being configured for VE
I do not see any ability to change any series 1 or 2 or the ems4 to VE, the new infinity aem sure for VE

Author:  dfarr67 [ Fri Jul 10, 2015 1:15 am ]
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Any votes for emtech?

Author:  Fred [ Fri Jul 10, 2015 9:28 am ]
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No personal experience, if you mean EMS stuff. I've watched and read some of their material and didn't spot anything horribly wrong. Personal experience trumps reading their docs, though. A lot of things can be wrong unseen on a website or brochure.

Author:  dfarr67 [ Fri Jul 10, 2015 3:43 pm ]
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I'm sorry- it was late when I posted that. Was looking at pricing for a Link G4+ Atom and was offered this in SL version for a turbo 4 cylinder Toyota app. The fellow said he could sell me whatever I wanted but suggested raising my budget to $1900cdn.

http://www.emtronaustralia.com.au/

Author:  Hentai [ Fri Jul 10, 2015 5:04 pm ]
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dfarr67 wrote:
I'm sorry- it was late when I posted that. Was looking at pricing for a Link G4+ Atom and was offered this in SL version for a turbo 4 cylinder Toyota app. The fellow said he could sell me whatever I wanted but suggested raising my budget to $1900cdn.

http://www.emtronaustralia.com.au/

The SL4 from emtron? How much is the cost in the cdn?

Author:  dfarr67 [ Fri Jul 10, 2015 6:24 pm ]
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Prices so far:

Atom from USA supplier $740USD shipped complete with 2.5m harness ($950DDN)
Atom from Canada supplier $1100CDN
Emtech SL4 from same Canadian suppier $1900, BUT he has a dyno for finish tune, may be able to supply base tune and may be able to take OEM harness and modify to suit. He spent 1hr on the phone going over Link/Vipec without a firm order, so that says to me his service should be good.

Author:  DelSolid [ Mon Mar 07, 2016 1:49 am ]
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Hentai wrote:
tpsretard wrote:
Life racing and AEM can be configured for VE.

I still say they all have there place. I know this much. Although i might not use one that is noy VE personally. If someone already has one and wants it tuned i don't care what it is. I go and tune. I love non VE systems for this as one small change in injector or fuel system. It is a total remap.... Cha ching....


I do not see any ability to change any series 1 or 2 or the ems4 to VE, the new infinity aem sure for VE


The AEM Series 1, Series 2 and the EMS4 can only map via fuel pulse width. You only get VE when you go with the newer Infinity ECUs.

(sorry for the old comment bump, just wanted to make sure the thread had correct info)

Author:  Fred [ Mon Mar 07, 2016 10:38 am ]
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Bumps are never an issue on this board, thanks for the update! :-)

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