9000rpm TuneECU map

Discussion in 'TuneECU Source' started by R-III-R Turbo, Mar 20, 2018.

  1. R-III-R Turbo

    R-III-R TurboShould be R-III-R Supercharged...

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    Anyone fancy a 9000rpm /400kph limit TuneECU Roadster map? :D

    Also have a 9000rpm PCV Rocket map (with ignition tables too) to compliment it.

    Thanks to my boys Alain @ TuneECU and Chris @ Dynojet.

    PM me email address :thumbsup:
     
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    warp9.9Pocałuj mnie w dupę

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    Send me a copy of each please. You have my email address
     
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    barbagrisMad Scientist

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    Silly question: does it have to be Roadster ? I thought Roadster and Touring marched together with engine components and ECUs ?
     
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    scot in exileLiving Legend

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    Careful with these high revs with a stock engine
     
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    Of course. Responsible flashers will order springs, tappets, etc.
     
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    Paul the R3T has a different ecu
     
  8. Joesmoe

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    I see the different part numbers, and wonder what is different beside the trigger for the tachometer ?
     
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    I suspect it is just different software programming language and communicating with the gauges and their differences.
     
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    So anything to prevent a TUNEcu map not working in both ECUs ?
     
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