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post #2656 of 3799 (permalink) Old 02-17-2014, 04:27 PM
 
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Hi there,
i have bought last summer from New Zealand the Map DCCD pro.
It is brilliant and very accurate and effective!
It uses the new 3 g axis sensor and you can have from Auto to Manual and also 4 programs installed in it (Tarmac,Gravel,Snow/Mud,Race)
You also have the ability and option to make adjustments by your own with a laptop. You have left foot break and handbreak option.
It is very user friendly it is very small and u can mount it wherever u want!!
I have done with it about 6,000km till now in sand gravel and snow and i am very satisfied with the product!
I recommend it a lot!
You can check it over here also in NASIOC.
The price is unbeatable compare to the DCCDPRO that i had before.
MapDCCD - Motorsport DCCD control system - NASIOC

I hope that i have helped you.

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This looks exciting. We have been waiting to buy a DCCD controller and this looks great.


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post #2657 of 3799 (permalink) Old 02-17-2014, 04:28 PM
 
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Mike, where are the photos of the wheels installed :)


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This looks exciting. We have been waiting to buy a DCCD controller and this looks great.
Hi,
yes it is very user friendly and very capable!
It does what ever u want.Easy to install it and programmable (customize maps).And also compact. It has everything on it.U don't even need a cluster.

I read all the threads for the Grey Goose and the other cars!!

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6speed DCCD 2.5STI. Fully forged with GTX....
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Ill post em tonight, sorry for the delay. Personal life has been so busy. I did a small shoot last weekend, but ive been so swamped with work and other matters ive neglected my online community lol. No worries though, ill post em up.

Also, ive been subaru shopping for a replacement to my daily civic. I have it narrowed down to any 05-09 Legacy 2.5i with a 5spd. Looked at a few so far, but have not been overly impressed. Asking prices were way too high considering they had not had the timing belt job done at over 100k on the clock.

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I need a cleaning and a bumper respray BADLY lol. It has to warm up outside before i can do that.

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post #2662 of 3799 (permalink) Old 02-19-2014, 02:57 AM Thread Starter
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Thanks man!

Also, ordered up a ton of new bump & trim paint (rustoleum brand) , which is pretty much like plasti-dip. Its what i originally used on the trim, and now it is time to do them again, 3 years later. I need 1 warm, dry day and ill respray the whole darn thing. Time to make her pretty again, its been too long.

this was how shiny they were when i first sprayed them way back when:



Id like it to look like that again.


Also, Lou has been delayed at the shop with expansions and waiting on a new CNC machine... so he has not had time in the past few weeks to devote to some R&D on the driveshaft bridge plate. We spoke yesterday and he was sorry for the hold-up, but it should be coming into fruition soon. Ill post pics of the manufacturing and install process. It will be a one-off thing, but if it works as well as we think it will, it will be made into production and sold for anyone who is doing this type of swap on an SF chassis and has the same issue.

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Also just ordered up a group-N transmission mount. This should help with making launching feel a bit more solid and just make the power feel a little more responsive. Its the one part that is still left stock in the drivetrain as far as mounts/bushings go.

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those blizzaks look like lm 25's ?

actually a "winter performance tire"

had 3 sets and love em

the brides lgt rocks em now

btw , love your whip and would like to talk to you about a few specific details , thinking of doing a very similar build

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post #2665 of 3799 (permalink) Old 02-24-2014, 05:39 AM Thread Starter
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Thanks man! Anytime too, PM me and id love to help you out with your build!


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So after doing a week or so of research, i have found nothing but great feedback for the MAPDCCD auto controller. People seem to absolutely adore it and its capabilities for the asking price.

Ordered one, so its on the way!

Does anyone know of a good resource online for wiring diagrams for the 2004+ WRX sti? I will need to tap sources such as :

-Speed sensor
-throttle signal
-RPM signal wire
-Brake pedal signal
-ABS activation signal

and a power source. As far as the wires for the DCCD unit are concerned, i have them already run into the cabin for my simple DCCD pro knob (green, and black wires).

What makes this unit so special is that it has programable maps, much like tuning an ECU, which can be used to determine Diff lock based on variables such as your current speed, RPM and throttle inputs (load) as well as braking and ABS inputs :




The unit also contains a G-sensor that can determine my cornering forces and add or remove lock based on that. I have a feeling that this thing can be the next step towards making this thing the track car that i had always imagined it to be.

2001FSTi: 401hp/420trq.... #s on a Heartbreaker. Procom Built. Self Tuned with 2000cc Alky.
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Impreza Manuals | ken-gilbert.com is my goto site for getting torque specs for rebuilding engines and stuff.
It's got wiring diagrams as well


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Thanks man, that is perfect!

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Happy to help :-)


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PLEASE O PLEASE MOUNT THOSE WHEELS AND TAKE PLENTY OF SEXY SUBIE PHOTOS!!!!!! those are the wheels I want for my Foz
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