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MAZDA 6 I GG GY UK RHD M6 Diesel - air duct removal from inter cooler for fog light install

Hi I was determined to start my non OEM fog light install on my UK RHD 2003 2.0 Diesel but found that in order to put in my left hand (passenger side) fog light that I had to remove the plastic air duct that attaches to the turbo inter cooler. This takes in air through the front side mesh where the fog light sits. I have no idea what the consequences of this might be I am guessing there is now little

It&39s not really a major thing. The intercooler does get a certain amount of cooling from being in the wheel well anyway as well as the ducts behind it which will pull a little bit of air through. There is no risk of turbo damage - the turbo pressurises air before it passes through the intercooler all you&39ve got is the equivalent of staying still due to the lack of airflow. As you&39ve seen by now

Hi Great thanks for that I can sleep easy now. In fact the performance and fuel economy actually seem to be a bit better I&39ll keep an eye on it and I can now concentrate on getting my wiring for the fogs sorted. One other not really related question I&39m sure you can adivse on - is it worth upgrading my air intake (i.e. either a new (better) filter or induction kit............although with the intercooler where it is I doubt a standard kit would fit in there. Thanks again Timmo

MAZDA 6 I GG GY eBay liquid to air intercooler

Any comments or feedback on this httpcgi.ebay.comebaymotorsLiquid-to-A...sQ5fAccessories Price seems good but I don&39t know anything about it quality wise. Looks like all you would need were some boost tubes and a way to mount the intercooler. edit Not sure about the pump holding up for long...

back of my head... Go to SyTy forums and read about the China cooler water to air setups available off the internet. Theres easily 200 people using them without a single failure yet and for how poor efficiency they are.. I beg to differ. Sales people will try and tell an Eskimo why their ice is better than the Eskimos ice just to make a buck. httpwww.frozenboost.comproduct_info.ph...8c3a7d4f0258a28

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MAZDA 6 I GG GY water to air intercooler

Has anyone thought of using a water to air intercooler for the speed 6 and just mount it on top just like the factory setup...I was reading modified mag and they have this whole section on turbo and intercooler and I saw the pwr kit...now maybe we can implement something like that but a flat design...what do you guys think...

I can tell you from our experience with the Vipers that the airair coolers are MUCH more efficient because with the water you have a finite amount of heat dissipation until the water in the system is heat soaked it self. The cooler water would be good for drag racing because it could be chilled but for normal road driving there will be heat soak sooner. The stop and go is even worse and the recovery of an AW system is much slower than AA. For what it&39s worth I have worked with Paxton SC&39s for 5 years and have NEVER had or heard of a Aw cooler leaking.

Quote I can tell you from our experience with the Vipers that the airair coolers are MUCH more efficient because with the water you have a finite amount of heat dissipation until the water in the system is heat soaked it self. The cooler water would be good for drag racing because it could be chilled but for normal road driving there will be heat soak sooner. The stop and go is even worse and the recovery

Hey Guys This article was mainly written to address the whole sizing issue. Wanted to emphasize the fact that just because a heat exchanger is large doesn&39t mean its going to be more effective then another smaller exchanger that is properly designed and implemented. shadesofgray19 Also keep in mind that the intercooler piping itself acts to disperse heat from the charge air. (As long as the air on

Crossbow A lot of good information here. One point I&39d like to add here is that for the most part you&39re approaching the intercooler as a bolt on part that requires no additional tuning or adjustments. Another approach is that the intercooler is truely a bolt on part that allows you to unlock power through a more aggressive tune much like higher octane gas. Gas by itself doesn&39t make horsepower

MAZDA 6 I GG GY stupid turbo and intercooler question

Based off a brief statement on the forums by Jordan at Cp-e I had a general question about upgrading intercoolers and boost. When you upgrade your intercooler you lose boost. Is it therefore safe to up your boost to the factory settings I.e. if you upgrade your IC and lose 6 lbs of boost. Is it ok to set ur boost up 6 lbs with no adverse affects Thanks sorry for the somewhat basic question

I&39m glad this thread started because (as a noob to turbos) a few questions have been bugging me and this seems like an appropriate place to ask... 1. Is the MAP sensor the primary way the ECU determine when to open the wastegate (& thus control boost) For example ECU opens WG when MAP sensor reaches some target value (e.g. 15psi). 2. Is MAP the only thing the ECU relies on to open WG 3. When you

Quote I&39m glad this thread started because (as a noob to turbos) a few questions have been bugging me and this seems like an appropriate place to ask... 1. Is the MAP sensor the primary way the ECU determine when to open the wastegate (& thus control boost) For example ECU opens WG when MAP sensor reaches some target value (e.g. 15psi). 2. Is MAP the only thing the ECU relies on to open WG 3. When

MAZDA 6 I GG GY Top Mount Intercooler

I recently acquired a 2007 Speed 6 and am looking into upgrading it slowly. However I get too much info on the web and I never know how to assess them so that I get the best deal for the least amount of money. I am now stuck at the TMIC upgrade and have a couple questions and would really appreciate if someone could help me out. How important is it to upgrade the TMIC Is it really better to have a

the knowledge to share would touch in some of these points I would really appreciate..... You have some valid points but the main gain from a TMIC or a FMIC is not really the cooling factor rather it is less pressure drop across the intercooler itself. The OEM IC is great as far as cooling the air but it does so by slowing the air and absorbing 2-3 PSI of the turbo boost. If the boost target is 15psi

i agree partially with Forzda..... i agree with the pressure drop on the TMIC. but i dont agree that one of the biggest reasons people change to a FMIC isnt for better cooling effieciency next to more capcity when needed. especially when the TMIC heatsoaks as soon as the car aint moving. and also while the car is moving the FMIC offers more access to cooler oncoming air moreso than the ducting thru

pressure in the engine bay and actually pushes air OUT of the scoop. Same thing applies to the 2010 Speed3. If you inspect the Subaru and new Speed3 scoop shrouds you will see they are vented extensively around the seal area. That is to let the engine bay air OUT around the TMIC so it doesnt heat up MORE as the air pressure in the bay increases. OTOH the Speed6 TMIC setup is VERY good at speed (45

Im using the Corksport SRI and I still have the stock TMIC on my MS6. Ive been paying a lot of attention to the Intake Temps vs BAT in the cooler weather and how they relate to one another in various conditions maintaining speed stop & go traffic starting a hot car after sitting 20 minutes etc. From what Ive seen the heatsoak issue is greatly exaggerated with the TMIC. From my observation the temp

MAZDA 6 I GG GY Inter-cooler Removal Procedure

Does anyone have any links for a detailed procedure on removing the inter-cooler on the 2.3 I 4 motor. It looks fairly simple but Ive never done it before and I dont want to miss any steps. Thank you

He has a speed6 judging from his other posts. OP the intercooler cools off your boost air. Nothing is inside of the intercooler.

MAZDA 6 I GG GY intercooler upgrades

well.... in the spirit of trying to keep the car in sleeper form i was looking at this intercooler.. httpcorksport.comstorelarge1ie2yate...ntercooler.html rather than a frontmount i think this would be a good idea... i am not going for big power on this car i have my Rx7 for that..... i am just looking to keep the car as sophisticated as it came stock. anyone tried this intercooler if so was it a simple instal

Quote thanx for the welcome..... and i am part of many forums so i did use the search button prior to this post..... BUT nothing came up for topmounts... well as far as this corksports topmount goes. just wondering if anyone has used this one.... i saw some one had a air to water Ic fabricated and cp-e&39s front mount... etc. so i dunno i guess i will see what happens. i will contact them on tuesday.

MAZDA 6 I GG GY turbine tech WA intercooler

does anyone on this forum have or has had the turbine tech water to air intercooler. ive been looking at them for a while and have even tried to contact turbine tech to no avail. there really isnt much info on them adn i just have some basic questions such as the wieght of the total system and if at all possible the power gains. as far as I know they can handle just about any boost and heat that the

Quote Originally Posted by efispeed ps. dougefresh your autoexe grill (replica) looks sexy. thats on the long to do list as well. Thanks man Its not Autoexe... its from eBay or Speedline I forget. Whichever ones are only 150. I bought it used off a buddy on here w fresh paint for 80 . I had wanted one since I first saw them but kept buying performance mods instead. Well after a year I finally caved

MAZDA 6 I GG GY Thinking about switching from a CAI to SRI when I get an ETS TMIC

That&39s right I&39m considering either modifying my AEM CAI to make it a SRI or possibly picking up a MAF adapterK&N filter based SRI (TurboXS or Street Concepts) or maybe even putting my stock airbox back on buying a K&N drop-in and gutting the bottom of the box. There&39s a variety of reasons for this the main one being tuning... When I was on the dyno tuning my AF ratios there was a relatively

MAZDA 6 I GG GY Appointment has been set - Dyno Day FEB 21th 10AM

Date has not been set yet planning on getting it done when i got back in california(Im in texas right now for work). thinking of getting it done on FEB-21 morning. Will give you guys an update for the exact datetime so whoever wants to joinwatch can come(If your closeby). CHURCH AUTOMOTIVE 300 Quay Ave. Wilmington CA 90744 Already had it tuned before by Church and car only made 277whp 5300rpms (91octane

got this response from another forum air flows a little different than most think....as a result (without going into the details) you want COLDER temperatures before promoting airflow if your pipes are flowing air properly then that is fine...you won&39t see as much gains from routing the pipes shorter as you would by flowing them past a nice sized intercooler (one that is tuned for your setup) if

MAZDA 6 I GG GY StreetUnit TMIC v. Corksport TMIC performance shootout

Repost of thread I did on MSF for those that dont get over there. Ok quick back story. I had a SU TMIC that had to go back to SU due to fitment issues which sucked the issue was resolved quickly to their credit they even sent me a stocker TMIC while mine was being repaired and paid for all shipping (as they should have). While the SU TMIC was being repaired I went ahead and ordered the CS TMIC. I was

MAZDA 6 I GG GY Here&39s a crazy idea for the track

I was messing around in my office the other day with the canned air that people use to clean their keyboard with. Everybody here has probably played with it too but in case you haven&39t when you turn the can upside down and spray is sprays out the propellant which is ICE COLD. (I&39m not sure what the propellant is) Cold enough to freeze anything you spray it at anyway. I was just thinking that instead

Quote I&39m not sure if anyone has thought of that exact idea per se however there are a few companies out there that make CO2nitrous sprayers intended to cool intercoolers. Like I mentioned several companies offer both nitrous or CO2 as both will do the job of cooling your intercooler- httpmachv.comntercooler.html [b] I think the point of the thread is being missed here. People talk about putting

Quote I think the point of the thread is being missed here. People talk about putting a bag of ice on their intercooler before a race. I was just thinking that it would be easier to have a couple of cans of air in the trunk than having to carry a cooler full of ice to the track. I&39m sure that there are better ways to cool the intercooler for example the nitrogen intercooler kit you mention that costs

Quote I think the point of the thread is being missed here. People talk about putting a bag of ice on their intercooler before a race. I was just thinking that it would be easier to have a couple of cans of air in the trunk than having to carry a cooler full of ice to the track. I&39m sure that there are better ways to cool the intercooler for example the nitrogen intercooler kit you mention that costs

MAZDA 6 I GG GY TiGray goes FMIC

Finally got around to swapping out the TMIC for FM. Ive never planned on going any bigger than a BNRS1 turbo when the K04 finally bites it maaaaaaybe a BNRS3 but very doubtful. Im happy with the performance now dont race and am rather fond of my stock bottom end. Consequently when ESB Jiu JItsu started on a 2.25 in FMIC project that stressed velocity over volume and no 90 degree bends to minimize lag

MAZDA 6 I GG GY Newb question on turbos

I have never installed a turbo seen a turbo installed or even seen how one works. but from my understanding it uses the exhaust to spin the turbine in return preasureizes air into the cylenders little more complex than that but thats the basics. now with a turbo since it still sucks in air can you still have a cold air intake on it or would you just be better off going for intercooler where the CAI goes

i&39m not the expert by far but the intercooler is after the turbo. it cools down the charged air after being compressed as well as heated. as far as the CAI goes i believe you could pipe something but it would not be a mazda6 CAI as the turbo relocates where the new intake to the system would be. though i believe it would definitely help but the turbo heats the air soo much i don&39t know if the

MAZDA 6 I GG GY Very hot under the hood

ok has any1 noticed how hot its under the ms6 hood especially in the summer ive been thinking of installing some side vents on the hood any1 try this or thought about it basically so the hot air can escape from under the hood and i thing our TMIC would be more efficient too cool temps under the hood should mean cooler temps for the intercooler. let me know your ideas guys something like this or this or this

Quote Originally Posted by BigAlDJ These days car engine bays are just crammed especially with turbos leaving not much room to breathe and the intercooler just adds to it. I believe cooling system thermostats are 190-195 degrees these days also due to emissions. Try installing a cooler thermostat if possible. As McFly says wrapping the exhaust will help. I believe you can buy exhaust wrap that wraps

MAZDA 6 I GG GY Supercharger or Turbocharger

what is the big difference between the two as in how do they work differently and where does the power come the most. which would you rather have

supercharger) twin rotating screws (screw-type supercharger) or counter-rotating rotors (roots-type supercharger). The air is then discharged into the engines intake. Faster crank speed (more engine rpm) spins the supercharger faster and allows the supercharger to produce more boost (normally 6 to 9 psi for a street vehicle). Typical peak operating speeds for a supercharger are around 15000

MAZDA 6 I GG GY Jackson Racing

Im probably the only one that wants a SC more than a turbo. Im not going to try to convince anyone to agree with me but I would appreciate if some of you guys that are interested in a SC from Jackson Racing that you harass them like I do. jacksonracingmossmotors.com Its worth a shot. They make great superchargers and we would not have some of the traction issues that a turbo would have. Plus they are so much easier to install

supercharger) twin rotating screws (screw-type supercharger) or counter-rotating rotors (roots-type supercharger). The air is then discharged into the engines intake. Faster crank speed (more engine rpm) spins the supercharger faster and allows the supercharger to produce more boost (normally 6 to 9 psi for a street vehicle). Typical peak operating speeds for a supercharger are around 15000

MAZDA 6 I GG GY MWSpeed6s BNR S3 upgrade other stuff

Thought Id create a thread to document some of the stuff I did while waiting for my BNR S3 to arrive plus the actual turbo upgrade . Im sort of a noob mechanic and doing this work really helped me gain more experience and confidence. Im very happy with the results. ------------------------------------------------------------------- Stock turbo removal. -------------------------------------------------------------------

MAZDA 6 I GG GY COBB Turbo inlet hose Opinions please.

Hey guys (and gals)... I was just wondering how you felt about the COBB (or other aftermarket) Turbo inlet hose worked out for you I tried searching around and didn&39t come across any direct info. Thanks

Quote Originally Posted by E.M.S. well doug if you knew anything about fluid dynamics you would know that the CP-E has the ability to flow more volume of air. the problem is it will flow a more turbulant volume of air and when its trying to cram it back down into the same size outlet at the turbo for compression it bottlenecks and ends up giving you the same value. i.e. 277gs. that you have noted.

MAZDA 6 I GG GY check engine light

i was out at the races last nite lined up with a is300 since i have an autostick the only way to get rpms up for a good launch is to hold the brake and mash the gas..(take the tcs off if your going to do this raises the lauch 1000 rpms) on my 3rd run after letting go of the brake the check engine light kicked onwtf....in a honda (ive owned 5 of them only one automatic) this never happened....i am guessing

movingbeing an obd2 car just about anything can kick on a check engine light... just like you said a gas cap....so why not asked about the masmaf sensor And as for the tranny if it cant handle lets say an additional 90hp at the craNck minus an average 20% loss to the wheels leaving it with about a 72hp gain at the wheels putting the 6 at about 240 to the wheels i am going to give my car back to mazda

MAZDA 6 I GG GY Hypertech or AP for TMIC & SRI

Hi guys I know a lot of you promote the Cobb AP over the Hypertech due to its great tun-ability but Im still having trouble deciding which way to go. My plans arent extensive so I dont really think I need the AP but I would like to hear some opinions for my specific case. For engine mods I will be getting the Corksport SRITIP combo (and likely the cold air box to help with intake temps) as well as

Quote Originally Posted by trent.g Anyone else have some more input Does the 0-60 throttle restriction get lifted with the throttle plate programming on the AP Should I be concerned about running to lean in winter with the HT Trent You wont have any issues with the Hypertech tune running lean in the winter. As long as the MAF is calibrated properly the ECU is going to correct the AFR properly. We offer

MAZDA 6 I GG GY BOV Tune

ok so i installed my turbosmart dual port today and its seems fine. revs down fine doesnt stall and only back fired once on first test drive nad has been fine since. do they come set from turbosmart i never adjusted it i just installed and followed tune check. worked fine out of box. this seem right

guys thought about this. Response 1 Ray TURBOSMART Can a BOV damage my engine Please have a read of the article on our BOV&8217s on the above link. It will give you an explanation on how and why things work the way they do. To eliminate the flutter completely you will need our soft plumb back spring which will keep the valve open at idle. This means that with the soft spring you cannot run it in 5050

MAZDA 6 I GG GY Just Ordered Fmic.....

I really didn&39t want to drop another grand on my car right now. Especially since Im going to order my new glove compartment soon. And I&39ve definetely got other things I need to be doing with my money. Not to mention I don&39t know how well this thing will fit on my car And I can&39t reuse my splitter Also I&39m hoping the core is big enough So.....just thought I&39d share. --EDIT--- Oh and I had to order another BOV....that&39s number 3 And...it&39s back ordered

I&39m willing to be money that you&39ll see the same number between the CP-e and the corksport Intercoolers.... In fact on a dyno i&39m willing to bet the CP-e will pull better numbers for longer.... having the intake on top of the engine bay is going to suck in some pretty hot air after a while... where the CAI should continue to suck in some cooler air from the wheel well area. Both FMIC options

Quote I&39m willing to be money that you&39ll see the same number between the CP-e and the corksport Intercoolers.... In fact on a dyno i&39m willing to bet the CP-e will pull better numbers for longer.... having the intake on top of the engine bay is going to suck in some pretty hot air after a while... where the CAI should continue to suck in some cooler air from the wheel well area. Both FMIC options

MAZDA 6 I GG GY For those who can explain CFM Turbos Efficiency etc

The stock power curves top out around 5500 or so. By 6k RPM its falling fast at 200whp. By 6500 its at 130whp by 7k its practicly non existant. httpwww.cp-e.comimgsspeed6_downpie_hp_large.jpg So the question is why Too much timingdetonation (Octane lack of cooling from TMIC etc) Turbo Efficiency Well this doesnt make sense look httpwww.ecodetuning.comshopstatica4tp.htm That dyno is a picture of an

Okay so if I&39m understanding all this based on what you&39ve told me and my reading of the tech manual (please bear with me as I go through the logic)... 1) The turbo is spooled by the engine exhaust. 2) If the air pressure going into the turbine is too high the wastegate opens to release it. 3) At high RPMS the turbo spools down due to (a) lost pressure from exhaust going out the wastegate and (b)

Quote Okay so if I&39m understanding all this based on what you&39ve told me and my reading of the tech manual (please bear with me as I go through the logic)... 1) The turbo is spooled by the engine exhaust. 2) If the air pressure going into the turbine is too high the wastegate opens to release it. 3) The turbo spools down due to (a) lost pressure from exhaust going out the wastegate and (b) hotter

MAZDA 6 I GG GY How To Starter RemovalInstall

Im going to be adding pictures but Im too lazy to upload them somewhere else and them link them in order so Im just going to number them. This is an Easy ass job. Shouldnt take much more than 1.5 Hours start to finish. You Will Not Need To jack the car Up. You Will not need to remove the intake manifold. You Will need 14 38 and 12 Ratchets. A Few extensions (swivle extension will come in handy). Flat

MAZDA 6 I GG GY Worth the wait CP-E TMIC installedpix

I ordered the tmic way back in april...and I finally got it in the mail yesterday. Install should be 30min or less. Very easy install. Sorry I forgot to show how to remove the stock unit. Its super easy though. If you cant do it you shouldnt be messing with the car. Tools needed ratchet 10mm 12mm couple extensions 532 allen Fresh out of the very well packed packaging Shroud was packaged nicely. Also

actually i would consider it a power mod. the stock tmic is pretty restrictive in comparison so now your turbo doesnt have to work as hard thus the air coming out of the turbo isnt as hot as before allowing you to turn up the boost a few psi if you desire. turbo isnt really pulling the air as much as it is pushing the air through the intercooler. its for cooler air to the engine not the turbo.

MAZDA 6 I GG GY Co2

I have been told now twice that it is safe to spray Co2 or Nitrous on my CAI Well before a race...I mean spray the filter........

anybody have experience with cryO2 ive been considering getting a setup to do the fuel rail and intercooler spray...it seems cheaper than nitrous and i really have no intentions of screwing around with nitrous either i might vent it over the turbos too so i dont have to rout wateroil lines to the back of my car. thoughts edit ive been looking at the Street Unit page which leads me to believe spraying

anybody have experience with cryO2 ive been considering getting a setup to do the fuel rail and intercooler spray...it seems cheaper than nitrous and i really have no intentions of screwing around with nitrous either i might vent it over the turbos too so i dont have to rout wateroil lines to the back of my car. thoughts edit ive been looking at the Street Unit page which leads me to believe spraying

MAZDA 6 I GG GY Turbocharger and humidity

How much impact does heat and humidity have on performance with turbochargers

Quote I would say quiet a bit at least that was my experince with the MSP. Turbo&39d cars always seem to run fasterbetter in the cooler weather. [b] OK...just confirming my suspicions. Turns out it wasn&39t my imagination then. I&39m still breaking her in at 600 miles and it&39s been too hot to really get any shots of cooler air to the intercooler but I&39ve still been glued to my seat once so far.

MAZDA 6 I GG GY exhaust flanges

whats the cheapest way to get a new pair of flanges for the mufflers i need to be able to bolt up and mod the back end of the exhaust but i still want everything intact so i can revert back to stock incase i sell the car or something ive got a little project in mind now that sniper is coming out soon (how does a twin turbo setup sound on a 6)

Quote go to a muffler shop. as for a twin turbo sounds pretty damn expensive. the truth is if you have the money for a custom twin turbo plus custom internals plus tuning you might as well just get a car that already comes with 260-270 whp and go from there. it will be around the same price. but of course i am a pessimist so if you want it and can afford it just do it[b] ive already checked with the

MAZDA 6 I GG GY ATP offering a Turbo Upgrade

Didn&39t see it posted yet thought I would pass it along. httpwww.atpturbo.com

Help me out with something here if you have a pipe and you put the same air pressure into one end of it aren&39t you going to get the same airflow thru it A larger turbo will be cooler at the same PSI allowing you to either run more boost or a less restrictive intercooler but the same PSI should give the same air flow should give the same power

MAZDA 6 I GG GY CorkSport Mazdaspeed 6 FMIC for SRI Now Available

Many of our mazdaspeed 6 customers have been eagerly awaiting this announcement and today CorkSport would like to end the wait and announce the newest addition to our Front Mount Intercooler line with the CorkSport Front Mount Intercooler Kit for Short Ram Intake designed specifically for the mazdaspeed 6 Designed to replace the restrictive top mount intercooler the CorkSport front mounted kit has

Oh god i still like the ram air youll have more power either way. You guys need to get over the idea of heat soak have any of you ever been driving around for a long time and poped the hood and felt the heat coming from the motor and put your hand over the stock intercooler and felt how much cooler it is IMO the first design was great and i hope that after the sell of my first born i can buy one.

MAZDA 6 I GG GY Rear mounted turbo

I remember hear about turbos being mounted in the rear and only keeping the intercooler in the front. Anyone hear of a turbo kit like this for our mazda 6&39s Heres a pic httpwww.thunderracing.comimagesprojec...turbosystem.jpg

I was looking at this option since it looks like it would be easier to assemble. As for turbo lag I remember in some other forum (I think mazada6tech.com) they were having a debate about how such long tubing would cause lag but eventually it was settled it would case little or no lag at all. As for room sure there might be room but there are other benefits when using this kind of set up your intake

MAZDA 6 I GG GY Wagner Motorsports Turbo Kit

ok. not sure if anyone was going to do so or not but it would be nice to get this kit NEXT MONTH when it&39s completed. spoke with them this week and their running the t04- super 60 (guess the same as kit&39s) water to air FMIC and sum other stuff. main concern is . was qouted 4000-4500 and was wanting know know if anyone would be interested in setting up a GB for this and do what the RX8 peeps did

Quote Originally posted by blaeznazn24 Mar 23 2005 0709 PM air to water cooler not a top mount is this a complete system that will supply all fuel management needs [snapback]382348[snapback] It will probably be a top-mount air-to-water intercooler like ADC&39s turbo kit for the 2.5L Duratec V6 Contour As for fuel management. Kit&39s car is the guinea pig for Wagner&39s testing of MAP ECU basically a tuneable replacement ECU.

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