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Dudeland

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  1. I would like to find a solution that I didn't have to replace the pedal. This one popped up on the web. All these seem to be a lot more $$ than I thought. It is a couple of pots, and a servo at the end of the day. https://www.efihardware.com/products/2503/Drive-By-Wire-Throttle-Pedal-Position-Sensor-Kit
  2. You should post your config once complete , as a lot of people of people could use it for their S14 build. I would love to see more about your wiring harness, I don't see too much on the site when it comes to doing wiring,
  3. Lol we have 15% tax and duty on top, plus shipping, plus brokerage fees.
  4. Sorry I meant to explain that the there is a DBW module developed to use with the MS3, so that part is nailed down ok. Just the pedal and Throttle Body is the question. Just wondering what the pedal assembly looks like. Module https://www.dbwx2.com/ The benefits of DBW. 1) True Anti Lag 2) Torque control. 3) Enables Flat shifting. 4) Enables LHM (limp home mode) 5) Hyper accurate boost control. 6) Rudimentary but effective traction control 7) Launch control 8) No throttle linkage.
  5. Welcome to the world of Vancouver Canada collector plates. Any modification and you are disqualified. If it didn't ship with it, you don't get to use it. The only exception Kinda sucks. Worth fighting for sure.
  6. You will need some sort of idle air control, or idle control don't forget. I think you are going to be close to $6-6.5K USD. I budgeted this much when I took a look at doing the identical setup. You are at $4K without taxes or shipping on the primary build bits. I was thinking of springing for the Haltech 1500 due to the fact that I wanted more sensors. I did a MS3 Gold box for $1K which has more than I could ever use. $USD Haltech 750 is $1300 Radium is $600 Jenvy ITB's $2000. No disrespect to your build. I would love to have it.
  7. Ray Ray Ray.. we aren't all made of money Yes I genuinely agree the S14 is the answer to all power/efi/cool/oem/keeping it a BMW questions. If the previous owner didn't put on the turbo stickers, I would have one. I figured it was easier to turbo then to remove the stickers. Time will tell.
  8. How do you like your AEM? do you work on it, or is it the shop? I took a close look at one, but support seemed a challenge, at least in Canada/Vancouver area.
  9. That is a really brilliant design. A super creative and brave approach.
  10. Do you have an O2 sensor? It will pay for itself when you go to tune the Weber. If your car is well maintained then 500 seems ok. Likely it will be more because they will find the next weak link I the chain. Like your timing system. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. I just received 2 spartan 02 sensors from 14.7. Great reviews and no clunky gauge to deal with. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk


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