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Old 10-03-2017, 09:35 AM   #11
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Absolutely, the Innovate Motorsports ECB-1 was recommended to me by David @toothless675. I had the Greddy Profec to watch 4-bar boost and AEM AFR gauge. Having separate gauges made it really frustrating to keep an eye on things while tuning. Knowing that I’ll be tuning an E85 Eurodyne file next Spring I wanted to move to an all-in-one gauge. The ECB-1 is impressive, well built, easy install, quality harnesses and tons of data in one screen. I can now monitor AFR with the latest Bosche LSU 2.9 02 sensor, true boost with their 4-bar MAP sensor and Ethanol content/fuel temp with their GM ethanol hydroscopic analyzer. There are three screen options, all 4 stats at once, 2 selectable stats at once or 1 stat.

Opel drivability was ok, I’m still undecided if my weak warm starts were due to the injectors or base file tuning (injector constant, LPFP table). The Opels required modification to the head in order to have them fully seat. This also required a specific injector orientation which would have rotated the intended spray pattern. Moving to the MK7 R/8V S3 injectors allowed me to retain a factory spray pattern and drivability has been perfect.
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