Pain in the a**Master Chief wrote:well, why no votes for AEM, then.
Also excus my french but, what is PITA ?
i got an aem on a 480rwhp sr and i love itthe converted wrote:Saying one was designed to make power and the other one is pretty stupid, why else would you go with a standalone. The AEM that I got came with the 24 1 wheel in the box, and after changing the setting for that, really was plug and play.
I don't know about the Haltech, but I know the AEM supports "auto tuning" which will get you in the right ball park. It can also log EGT straight the the ecu without any interface as long as you're using their thermocouples (not k types). You can also set EGT based timing compensation if you are so inclined.
I'm not knocking the Haltech, because I honestly haven't played with it. I have an AEM and have enjoyed it with no issues, so take that for what it's worth.
60-1 with a big back housing at 28lbs of boost(and that too with race C16) with all the supporting mods.... do the math bro, im not some young punk who is trying to make up s**t, i have been playing with sr's since 1999-2000 and my car is set up for drag. but thanks for askingjohngriff wrote:a 60-1 will not flow enough air to make that much output on an SR... so are sure about the statement you just made?
John,imaboa wrote:Go for the Haltech. I've got one in my car, and is hands down better than the AEM for the SR cars.
The map resolution is great, it works well with the Nissan Optical Cam Sensor. Plenty of user definable inputs and outputs.
You need to check out the new Haltech Platinum Boxes. Platinum is LIGHTYEARS ahead of the E8/E11 stuff. Software is very easy to use, and the datalogger is better than sex.
I have alot of experience with the Haltech stuff, and can get you on the right path if you need any help, or have any questions about the software/hardware.
email me, [email protected]