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beaver34

posted on 3/7/13 at 04:12 PM Reply With Quote
drive by wire

what aftermarket ecu can use drive by wire throttle anyone know?
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Chris Ridgers

posted on 3/7/13 at 04:47 PM Reply With Quote
Motec is the only one that I know, they have a range of expanders that plug into there ECU's.
This one is there dbw4 does what your looking for.
http://www.motec.com/dbw4/dbw4overview/

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Duncan Grier

posted on 4/7/13 at 05:37 AM Reply With Quote
Adaptronic supports this feature, using an external module to convert the siginal

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Duncan Grier

posted on 4/7/13 at 05:37 AM Reply With Quote
http://www.efi-parts.co.uk/
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atomic

posted on 12/7/13 at 09:40 AM Reply With Quote
There are plenty of options, to name but a few..

LifeRacing F88
Syvecs S6/S8 (Produced by LifeRacing)
Pectel SQ6
Efi Technology Srl Euro4
Vi-Pec V88

All the above have built in full bridges, or are available as an option.


then you have the ones which use external modules like Motec, GEMS, LINK (Produced by the same company as Vi-Pec) Efi Technology Srl Euro2.


It all depends what you want, do you want aditional features like advanced knock controll, traction control etc. You would have to go a long way to do better than the Syvecs S6 for a 7 type vehicle.

We use LifeRacing F88 range a lot and not longer use the Pectel SQ6 due to a few issues over the last 12months or so. The Syvecs S6 is essentially a version of the LR F88R but with a more road bias rather than out right competition, not to say it can't be used as such as it's powering some very high spec road/race vehicles.

You need to ask yourself what do I need and how much am I willing to spend, as there are some features you simply will not see the the lower end compared to the more expensive commercial ecu's. If you can justify the cost I would highly recommend the Syvecs as it will be all the scu you will ever likley need.

[Edited on 12/7/13 by atomic]

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