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  1. Hi all. I connected an ATOM as a piggy back to a Honda OEM EK9 ECU and the tachometer runs fine. Problem starts when I disconnect the OEM ECU tacho wire and the tacho operates for about 1 sec and goes dead. When this OEM wire is reconnected, the tacho is alive again. I then connected a Xtreme ECU to the engine (with all wiring) and the tacho runs fine with the OEM ECU fully disconnected. With the engine running (on ATOM), I measured the OEM tacho wire at 6.5VDC. Pls advice. Thanks.
  2. Bram

    G4+ Fury or Xtreme

    Hello. Im looking to upgrade the ECU in my Subaru Forester. Vehicle is a 2004 built AUDM MY05 XT. Has a 2.5L turbo engine. With Electronic throttle. Intake AVCS. Running on E85. Everything else is pretty heavily modified. The car is being set up for tarmac/circuit sprints. I wondering which ECU to go with. Its looking like a WRX/STi plug in is not going to work. (am waiting for 100% confirmation on this.) So its looking like a wire in us the way to go. Which model Link would be the best to go with? The xtreme or the Fury? Im thinking the Fury maybe because of the built in wideband. But i already have a near new PLX Gen4 SM-AFR. (and all other PLX SM's and a few displays too) I wont be tuning it. It will go to my current tuning house. They have recommended Link and its what they prefer to use. They have advised me that my current setup really needs to upgrade to an aftermarket ECU. Just wondering if any one can steer me in a good direction and explain why you would choose one or the other. (in basic terms please) Thanks.
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