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Old 07-08-14, 10:59 AM   #1
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Default Greedy Blue/ Ultimate ECU Reviews?

I'm not positive how many of you guys use one of these, or have an experience with either but any inputs or thoughts on how well they worked for you? The vehicle is a 93 Lexus gs300 with a jdm 2jzgte swap. BorgWarner S362 turbo, 650cc SD injectors









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Seems like there is a large difference in price- wonder why
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I'm using the blue right now, but planning to go full standalone. Save yourself the hassle and go full standalone, but if your on a budget go with the ultimate, it does everything the blue does with more capabilities.
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**** the blue. Ultimate is the way to go if you insist on emanage. Have to have the pressure sensor and wideband harness to really be worth it. I've run a vvti 1j on it with id1000s and a holset on e85 and 93 and had good times. But it doesn't compare to a v2 aem. They can be finicky. I also suspect they suffer from capacitor issues like Toyota ecus
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Maybe you should look into mapecu3
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