Stock S ECU upgrades

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Re: Stock S ECU upgrades

Post by conceptics » Thu Aug 02, 2007 2:45 pm

Frank - the pissing match has to stop. Just because you don't agree with something doesn't mean misinformation is spread. If you are unable to post constructive and in a positive way, you should quit posting here period.

Misinformation it most certainly isn't - though I wonder how qualified you are to comment or to challenge his/my 1st/2nd hand information on performance and design choices of a product you have never driven or even seen up close?

Quite frankly, I could care less what you (or anyone here) think is true or not - I posted this solely in good faith to spare a potential customer possible headaches and to pass on information that may be considered helpful, at the very least for a constructive discussion on the matter (which will see all of us, even you, benefit from it).

In the very least case is there a perfect solution to everything - deciding between what offers the best compromise for what we use the car is what's interesting. If the above is a valid concern is up to the buyer to decide. When it comes down to deciding on a product, I take solid 1st/2nd realworld experiences over theoretical "homework".

I can tell you from 1st hand experience, both on the road and on the track, Bemanis design choice doesn't suffer from overheating engine more so than others - not even when the fans kick in. And I have all the required temp gauges to back that one up too. So much for spreading missinformation, ey? Let alone, why even bring them up again? My post wasn't even intended for comparison. Good work, for taking it in that direction though. You really make these forums a much better place to be. :-/

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Re: Stock S ECU upgrades

Post by frank » Thu Aug 02, 2007 3:33 pm

The Komo-tech, ronin heatexchangers do let warm air into the crapy hvac system true, just leave it on rec, you only get road dirt anyway. The second gen ronin setup is using the two factory oil coolers as heatexchangers, mounting a rear oil cooler with good results......I feel that I'm qualified to speak on this topic due to the fact that I've had over 30 years of owning, building and working on some of the fastest road cars ever made....and have first hand knowlage of what I speak.....When you come up with a tuned ECU that out performs the tune of Lotus's GT3, I have, ask the guys at Lotus motor sports they know who I am, or build your own supercharger system come and talk to me......You take marketing Bull Shite and belive it to be fact and then spread the crap all over the place...The thread was about S ECU upgrades which can and are being done and it doesn't matter what freakin country the car is in plain and simple...you don't know shite from shinola when it comes to these cars......

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Re: Stock S ECU upgrades

Post by Exige77 » Thu Aug 02, 2007 3:49 pm

Just in case you don't follow Frank's meaning:

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Re: Stock S ECU upgrades

Post by frank » Thu Aug 02, 2007 3:50 pm

Frank - the pissing match has to stop. Just because you don't agree with something doesn't mean misinformation is spread. If you are unable to post constructive and in a positive way, you should quit posting here period.

Misinformation it most certainly isn't - though I wonder how qualified you are to comment or to challenge his/my 1st/2nd hand information on performance and design choices of a product you have never driven or even seen up close?

Quite frankly, I could care less what you (or anyone here) think is true or not - I posted this solely in good faith to spare a potential customer possible headaches and to pass on information that may be considered helpful, at the very least for a constructive discussion on the matter (which will see all of us, even you, benefit from it).

In the very least case is there a perfect solution to everything - deciding between what offers the best compromise for what we use the car is what's interesting. If the above is a valid concern is up to the buyer to decide. When it comes down to deciding on a product, I take solid 1st/2nd realworld experiences over theoretical "homework".

I can tell you from 1st hand experience, both on the road and on the track, Bemanis design choice doesn't suffer from overheating engine more so than others - not even when the fans kick in. And I have all the required temp gauges to back that one up too. So much for spreading missinformation, ey? Let alone, why even bring them up again? My post wasn't even intended for comparison. Good work, for taking it in that direction though. You really make these forums a much better place to be. :-/
.... The Bemani does not get enough air flow at low speeds and once the cooling fans kick in directing the air up and out away from the "Bemani heatexchanger" and you are in hot water ....information not misinformation....dude do your homework first.....after all that's the reason for these fourms...

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Re: Stock S ECU upgrades

Post by shangani » Thu Aug 02, 2007 7:59 pm

Sadly, this thread needs to die a death and be consigned to the muppet show.

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Re: Stock S ECU upgrades

Post by frank » Thu Aug 02, 2007 8:45 pm

Funny how your two posting speak of "muppets" and nothing more.....is it strings that control your postings or do you have your hand shoved all the way up there ? You have no input on the topic..

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Re: Stock S ECU upgrades

Post by shangani » Thu Aug 02, 2007 11:08 pm

This forum is a worse place for you being on it. I cannot understand why you have been tolerated this long. You were even warned several times about your posting style on Seloc and typically exiges has been a far friendlier place.

How do you know what I do or don't know? I guarantee I have a fair bit more education than you do. Kindly start behaving with a modicum of dignity or go somewhere else. If you are ever planning on marketing anything in the UK, you will not be doing yourself any favours by the way you carry on.

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Re: Stock S ECU upgrades

Post by frank » Fri Aug 03, 2007 5:29 am

You're absoultly rigth I will talk with my financial adviser as soon as I make it back back to port after all a mind is a terible thing to waste it's what you think you know rather than what you know that's important in your case...because a personal attack is more important than knowing what the fuuk your talking about, oh oh oh and I am really on my fucckin on my yacht... no I really am....Ronin 61ft Rob Ladd design custom........so you know what about aftermarket "S" ECUs are all about do tell.... you don't know jack shite about anything but feel free to say nothing of importance on the subject.....maybe I should get my high school deplomia.......

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Re: Stock S ECU upgrades

Post by frank » Fri Aug 03, 2007 5:41 am

Kiss my arss

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Re: Stock S ECU upgrades

Post by frank » Fri Aug 03, 2007 6:09 am

so if you want to know any thing about tuned S ECUs talk to Charlie cause there's nobody that knows more on any fourm any where.....

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