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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 09-03-01, 05:40 PM Thread Starter
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MoTec Computers

Has anyone changed their computer to a MoTec? If so, what was the gain (in KW's), and advantages?? I own an EBGT, so has anyone put one on a ED Sprint?

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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 09-03-01, 08:12 PM
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Simply putting in a Motec Computer will gain you probably 10~15 Kw I think with no modifications at all. I have seen a motec computer put into an XR8 sprint but it was combined with a whole host of mods including forged pistons, big cam and was able to achieve 280Kw at the rear wheels. The only reason why you would want a Motec is to gain big power figures from modifications you perform on your engine. By strapping it onto a stock EB GT you would be able to remap fuel and ignition curves to achieve a slight increase in power, it may become even more responsive and better on the fuel economy.
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