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PostSubject: question about DSP   Sun Sep 27, 2009 8:23 pm

i thought i would ask this in here even though im pretty sure i know the answer... i was reading on srtforums and noticed something that was posted in a thread. someone asked cindy from fwd-p, what would be the benefit of going with fwd-p's sct tune over the dsp? she answered that the sct would be better because unless you had a staged pcm(stage 1,2,3) dsp wouldnt work. im really close to buying a dsp i should have enough money by the end of the month for it. i have a stock pcm though... the dsp should work anyways right?
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PostSubject: Re: question about DSP   Sun Sep 27, 2009 9:12 pm

wowwowweewhoa wrote:
i thought i would ask this in here even though im pretty sure i know the answer... i was reading on srtforums and noticed something that was posted in a thread. someone asked cindy from fwd-p, what would be the benefit of going with fwd-p's sct tune over the dsp? she answered that the sct would be better because unless you had a staged pcm(stage 1,2,3) dsp wouldnt work. im really close to buying a dsp i should have enough money by the end of the month for it. i have a stock pcm though... the dsp should work anyways right?

Hey man DSP ALL DAY LONG!!!!



Message Turbo666 on here and on the Srtforums, He is a god at tuning the DSP and will be tuning my SRT in the coming weeks. He was the first to have PCM controlled boost to work on a big-turbo srt.

He is in Conover so he would be somewhat local to you. Trust me, I have invested over $18,000 under my hood have had nothing but problems with my AFC Neo and AVC-r. Tuning with the DSP is like that car is running great out of the factory. NOT Tricking Shit.

DSP FTW

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PostSubject: Re: question about DSP   Sun Sep 27, 2009 9:52 pm

yea i know nigel and aaron. trudyno put my cams in earlier this year, they are actually my only for the tuning. i knew she was wrong by saying that. oh well dsp it is cheers ive been researching it for months and i never saw a disclaimer for staged pcm's only.
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PostSubject: Re: question about DSP   Sun Sep 27, 2009 11:30 pm

What's up David!

The only advantage SCT has over DSP is that you can flash in PCM calibration into another PCM. Whereas with DS you can only modify that particular PCM calibration. That would certainly be a nice feature to have, but we know how to make DS work on stock PCM's. I'm still on a stock PCM.

The Staged PCM's do make things like PCM boost easier. PCM boost on a externally gated turbos with stock PCM will not operate correctly. That's a downfall to the stock PCM. These are issues that Aaron and I have mentioned to DS, but no resolution has been made at this time.

Now PCM boost on internally gated turbos is not a issue on stock PCM.
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PostSubject: Re: question about DSP   Wed Sep 30, 2009 11:07 am

oh ok that makes a lot of sence to me now. so in the future when i decide to get a lets say a 50 trim with an external wastegate to dsp will not work the best? now a 50 trim is in the distant future so the dsp will hold me off for awhile.
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PostSubject: Re: question about DSP   Wed Sep 30, 2009 11:18 am

wowwowweewhoa wrote:
oh ok that makes a lot of sence to me now. so in the future when i decide to get a lets say a 50 trim with an external wastegate to dsp will not work the best? now a 50 trim is in the distant future so the dsp will hold me off for awhile.

No I think you miss understood, I have a big turbo, Going to DSP.

You can buy a staged 1 PCM cheap!!, But like Nigel said he is on the STOCK PCM and it's working fine.

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PostSubject: Re: question about DSP   Wed Nov 11, 2009 5:01 pm

Always consult Turbo666. he runs Trudynosports.

www.trudynosports.com
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PostSubject: Re: question about DSP   Wed Nov 11, 2009 5:05 pm

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Always consult Turbo666. he runs Trudynosports.

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Thanks Turbo666 is Nigel, and he works out of Trudynosports.

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PostSubject: Re: question about DSP   Thu Nov 12, 2009 5:35 pm

Turbo666/Nigel = The shit with tuning these cars on a Diablo. I trust no other.
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PostSubject: Re: question about DSP   Thu Nov 19, 2009 11:54 pm

I love the AEM EMS...but then again its FACKIN expensive... $2k i think, but worth every penny, and it works with stock PCM and you can use an AEM solenoid to control boost from the EMS
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PostSubject: Re: question about DSP   Fri Nov 20, 2009 12:31 am

Without the AEM EMS I would have never ran the 11.1 on a stock motor!
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