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Turbo on stock ECU - Anyone here ?

so i'm interested.

who here if anyone is running a turbo set-up on the stock ECU, or very close to stock set-up.
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No but can it be done and what's the limits?
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Been running with the stock ecu for along time here. Always used the emange though, to be honest it was a pita at first but once i removed the first o2 sensor from the exhaust and plugged in the wideband tuning became easy and it wasnt "tuning out" my tune anymore.

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Yeah, it can be done... However, I use a SAFC2.

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Your both cheating It is much easier IMO to run boost on a stock ecm if you have a return line you can attach a RRFPR on.


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Your both cheating It is much easier IMO to run boost on a stock ecm if you have a return line you can attach a RRFPR on.
I currently run my spare engine, which has a modified stock exhaust manifold turbo setup; meaning I used a factory exhaust manifold and modified it for a turbo, on a stock HD ECU.


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what are you using to control fuel on that CAN setup?


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dont want to sound to much of a noob when it comes to comkputer speak but Whats IMO and rrfpdr or wateva it was
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dont want to sound to much of a noob when it comes to comkputer speak but Whats IMO and rrfpdr or wateva it was

IMO - In My Opinion

RRFPR - Rising Rate Fuel Pressure Regulator

You'll need a FPR to help tune the air/fuel ratio easier.

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hang on a sec.

so cclngthr you have an MC accnet, with a turbo conversion running on a stock ECU ?
How ? what's the set-up ? boost levels

just the hardware, (turbo etc) and off you drive ?

more info please !!
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