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, from Springfield, MO|
Year / Model Reviewed:
1990 GS Acura
With little mods to car you can change how much air the computer thinks the car is getting.
Can not control timing, boost, more fuel for nos, can cause poor idle, you are not fixing the problem just trying to trick the ecu
A piggy back is ok if you have little mods done to your car, but if you have a turbo, nos, or anything else you need to retard the timing for it is a waste. You might have to install up to 4 different types of controllers and spend way more than if you just bought a stand alone engine management system to begin with. Save money get a Stand Alone Engine Management System!