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depends on what you're planning on doing with your car and how far you are willing to go for performance. Personally, I have the non-tunable version because I'm going to use a street setup without too many mods, basically bolt ons and suspension.
 

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I believe that the tunable version lets you change the mapping of the air/fuel ratio... not entirely sure on this, but from what I read on these forums back in the day when I was contemplating your same issue (non-tunable or tunable) this is what I believe is true. I don't think you can adjust anything from the ECU... our ECUs are very user-UNfriendly. :(
 

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I believe that the tunable version lets you change the mapping of the air/fuel ratio... not entirely sure on this, but from what I read on these forums back in the day when I was contemplating your same issue (non-tunable or tunable) this is what I believe is true. I don't think you can adjust anything from the ECU... our ECUs are very user-UNfriendly. :([/b]


thx for the help
 
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