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Old Feb 17, 2010, 08:43 PM
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MoTeC unit can be found for $1300 if you look hard enough. (hint...not in the US)

I've made a ton of comments in the other threads you linked in so I won't repeat them here.

I'm very interested in finding how the OEM maps compare to the pre-loaded MoTeC maps though!

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i am doing the gruppe-s flash, people have already said there knocking 2-3 seconds off their lap time... and for 300 bux, theres no better mod.. that new thread about changing the settings thru ECUflash will be quite a remarkable feat, im very interested to see how that turns out
My only concern about the Gruppe-S flash is that there have been some people who've noted it's not as good for auto-x. Not a problem if you're a track guy, but I guess the binding of the wheels makes turn in more difficult for sharper turns. I'm under the impression the ralliart ACD will be more universal, lock up based on throttle.
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Originally Posted by DaveK View Post
MoTeC unit can be found for $1300 if you look hard enough. (hint...not in the US)

I've made a ton of comments in the other threads you linked in so I won't repeat them here.

I'm very interested in finding how the OEM maps compare to the pre-loaded MoTeC maps though!

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I tried to provide a couple links in the first thread but there has been a LOT of talk about this stuff. Hopefully this will be a good compilation thread!
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My only concern about the Gruppe-S flash is that there have been some people who've noted it's not as good for auto-x. Not a problem if you're a track guy, but I guess the binding of the wheels makes turn in more difficult for sharper turns. I'm under the impression the ralliart ACD will be more universal, lock up based on throttle.
I haven't used the ralliart units, but if you're thinking they're going to have less lockup under decel than stock, I think you'll be dissappointed.

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Old Feb 17, 2010, 08:47 PM
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Originally Posted by kyooch View Post
My only concern about the Gruppe-S flash is that there have been some people who've noted it's not as good for auto-x. Not a problem if you're a track guy, but I guess the binding of the wheels makes turn in more difficult for sharper turns. I'm under the impression the ralliart ACD will be more universal, lock up based on throttle.
Yes, however, u can do watever settings u want.. i would keep the stock "tarmac" setting under the "snow" setting, and have the race mode for tarmac, and mild for gravel
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I haven't used the ralliart units, but if you're thinking they're going to have less lockup under decel than stock, I think you'll be dissappointed.

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Thanks - I'm fine with the decel lock up of the stock unit - It's the Gruppe-S flash decel lockup I find a bit aggressive, at least for auto-x anyway.

I will welcome anything more aggressive but semi-close to stock, I really love how my car turned in with the stock ACD tune
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Yes, however, u can do watever settings u want.. i would keep the stock "tarmac" setting under the "snow" setting, and have the race mode for tarmac, and mild for gravel
Is that right? When I purchased my Gruppe-S race flash, each setting was already determined - i.e., they didn't let me choose my own configuration. It was "race" flash, with circuit, sport and wet circuit settings, and that was that. Granted that was a few months ago but I wasn't aware they changed policies on this. Maybe if you're a local? Though I have heard the wet circuit mode on the race flash is similar to the Tarmac mode of stock.
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Originally Posted by kyooch View Post
Is that right? When I purchased my Gruppe-S race flash, each setting was already determined - i.e., they didn't let me choose my own configuration. It was "race" flash, with circuit, sport and wet circuit settings, and that was that. Granted that was a few months ago but I wasn't aware they changed policies on this. Maybe if you're a local? Though I have heard the wet circuit mode on the race flash is similar to the Tarmac mode of stock.
when i sent them a PM about it, they said i can choose the settings... That was a few months ago also
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when i sent them a PM about it, they said i can choose the settings... That was a few months ago also
Perhaps they meant you can choose between Race flash, Street flash and Rally flash - not meaning to doubt you but they were pretty adamant before that the flashes offered were the flashes offered.
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