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Post  robinsonj1 27/09/11, 02:13 pm

anyone ever had their swifts rolling road tuned?????????

thinkin maybe all the problems ive had could be due to the fact the ECU isnt in tune with the engine mods etc ???? is this possible???
ECU is the only thing ive never played with and never would even attempt too


how long does it take and is it costly???
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Post  hobo 27/09/11, 05:25 pm

about 300/400 quid and all day and if you've just got cams exhaust air filter such like i wouldn't waste money
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Post  garndi 28/09/11, 01:17 am

robinsonj1 wrote:
thinkin maybe all the problems ive had could be due to the fact the ECU isnt in tune with the engine mods etc ???? is this possible???

Yes very possible, depending on what mods a small change can make a big difference.

What mods have your got?.

Usually an aftermarket chip upgrade will take care of Cams.

But if you have changed AFM size or TB size you will need a FPR set at the correct base rail pressure.

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Post  robinsonj1 28/09/11, 09:52 am

well the block is standard apart for the 74.5 mil over size suzuki pistons fitted

the ecu has been played with as it revs to about 8,800 rpm but does pull exstreamley hard


4 into 1 stainless manidolf and straight through scorpion stainless
thats about it really

not changed anything else from standard apart from the fuel rail and pressure regulator but want to put it back standard.

just want it all set up right
and wondering wether this would make a benefit and get it all running fine

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Post  typhoon 10/10/11, 08:36 pm

it will be a total waste of money if your not running stand alone engine management,not a lot they can do with standard ecu's

my swifts been on 3 times and each time has been around £400 a pop,no matter what anyone says a good rolling roader will start from scratch on your ecu rather than fiddling around with the map you already have.
2nd time on the RR with an engine virtually the same spec as the one that blew up it still took the guy best part of a whole day to map it
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