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Question cop ecu

My mate owns an ex cop au and is going 2 be selling it soon. Before he sells it we r going 2 swap the ecu in 2 my au. Is there any difference between a stock ecu and an ex cop one, eg better performance, besides the 180km/h speed limiter?


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Re: cop ecu

I'm pretty sure there is...

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i take it there very hard to find? ive been after one for my XF

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i wouldnt bother getting one for the XF cause i dont think they were that advanced and were exactly the same as a normal XF EFI one.
Only really EF onward had cop ecu that made a bit of a difference.

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Re: cop ecu

so wat difference is there???

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so wat difference is there???
better idle, beter ignition mapping and a bit more power.

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There is no differnce between a normal falcon ECU and a cop ECU except different shift patterns and editing of some limiters.

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can i fit any ECU into my XF ghia?

i want it to be better from teh brains. first

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can i fit any ECU into my XF ghia?

i want it to be better from teh brains. first
you can fit an aftermarket ecu but not just any factory ecu, it has to be for the xf.

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is there any aftermarket mods for the XF?

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