98 Forester...what else
Here's a "white paper" written over at NABISCO:
Yes, there are a few in the Conversion section of Nabiscoanyone seen a EZ30R swap write-up anywhere?
Good stuff! I still have questions it doesn't answer.Here's a "white paper" written over at NABISCO:
for the ecu a pp6 is the best we can get for a N/A http://www.rallitek.com/rapeecu.htmlGood stuff! I still have questions it doesn't answer.
Is there a solution to do our own reflashes, stock ECU (no piggyback)? For turbo owners, with an ODBII cable, some test equipment (wide band 02 sensor, EGT, etc.), and Openecu or similar software you can do your own tuning. None of the software I've looked at seems to support the N/A motors though.
The thread mentioned the I-speedusa solution, but that's "open loop" (they don't test it on your car). I'd rather not have my car down while I send off my ECU (I guess I could have a spare), I'd rather pay less (especially since I don't expect big gains), and I'd rather have a solution that gets tested on my car. Also it would be cool to be able to change easily. For example switch between a "premium fuel" map and a regular one. Just talking about being able to download maps from my PC, not talking about switching maps with an electrical switch like you can with some of the other EM solutions.
CAI results specifically for MAP Subarus? I've read a few claims that CAIs don't help N/A Subarus, but true or not, I think they were talking about MAF specific stuff. Haven't found anything specific about CAIs and MAP Subarus (like my 'O3). Most of the discussions don't distinguish, but I suspect there's a difference.
Well I've got a decent start, nothing crazy but some Phenolic 8mm intake manifold spacers will help me out in the persuit of Fuel economy + power, ultimately that's my goal for a Daily driver.Hey! Hope things work out in your pursuit of power!
#1... Read here about the TB spacer: http://www.subaruforester.org/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=16369&highlight=throttle+body+spacer
#2...Hopefully people will back me up on this one, but I think the older GC chassis Impreza 2.5RS intake. I can't remember which years had MAP, and MAF.
#3...Another thing that could come from an older GC chassis Impreza. I believe the 2.5RS OEM would be an upgrade for you. Also note that these Impreza exhausts will be a few inches shorter. I for example have an Impreza STI exhaust and it overlaps just a bit right where the bumper molding begins under the car.