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One For the Techies, ECU type Dyno Meter

I went ahead and got this 200.00 kit for 139.00 on Ebay. He occasionally places one on their to promote his site.

I basicly want to do stock runs and log. Exhaust runs and log. CAI, Pulley then log etc.

You get the idea. The point is to show any gain or loss even the same results.

It also has 4 optional wires for MAF and throttle body etc for tuning.

I am a little leary about the other leads but the ground and RPM, Speedo shouldn't be a problem should it?

You basicly have to solder two wires to the ECU.

Where is our ECU under the dash near the diagnostic port?

The others that have used it like it. Think I should install it yeah or nay?

I'm interested in results, not in HUGE gears of voiding the warranty etc like some so I will save those answers ahead of time.

http://www.bahntech.com/products/Auto_Dyno/default.asp

I recieved the Pro version.

Thoughts?
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Look now,

I know the car is the hottest thing since the Election and that everyone has their own opinion but please please people.

Can we bring in the answers slower I want to be able to digest all of this info. I love the people ... I'm just saying man... Slow Down... You have all week to post there is no need to rush out and clog up this thread with answers!

Hey, "That thar was funny I don't care who you are!" Git R' Done!
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