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    Should I get EManage?

    I've been looking at these for awhile, not sure if it would be a worth while seeing as I am N/A. I just really wanna experiment with tuning before I do a turbo build. However would I be able to get any gains with a stock N/A?

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    You'd see very minimal gains unless you ran an alternative fuel (race gas, e85)
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    Emanage is a decent piggy-back unit, but for ease of use and excellent results I would suggest getting an Apexi S-AFC2 or NEO with updated firmware. If you need any thing outside the scope of a regular AFC, you should probably go with a standalone unit like AEM EMS.
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    Hmm, E85!!! I got some research to do now. Is there a guide for such a conversion?

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    Bigger fuel supply - injectors, pump, hotwire, lines, etc.

    The e-manage is usable on NA and TT, so if it fits in your build for NA and TT mods, and you have the cash to blow, seems like a good idea to test it out while the setup is still in the early stages.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jba3 View Post
    Bigger fuel supply - injectors, pump, hotwire, lines, etc.

    The e-manage is usable on NA and TT, so if it fits in your build for NA and TT mods, and you have the cash to blow, seems like a good idea to test it out while the setup is still in the early stages.
    Well wouldn't I need more air first?

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    Can't you remove your maf with speed density to get more airflow?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Atrosity View Post
    Can't you remove your maf with speed density to get more airflow?
    Yup. If you are planning to go TT, you can do a TT conversion without having to get a TT ECU I believe. Saves your money in the end. I love my Emanage Ultimate and I am just now only about 3% into understanding it and using it to its full potential.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amphiron View Post
    Well wouldn't I need more air first?
    I may be off but I thought that E85 needs more fuel per part than pump gas (20% or so?), so you'd need more fuel even with the same amount of air.

    Quote Originally Posted by Atrosity View Post
    Can't you remove your maf with speed density to get more airflow?
    I know it has bigger payoffs at higher power levels, not sure what it would do for an NA. I've seen SD on the Ultimate, but never checked to see the if Blue can do it.

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    Can`t do it on the Blue because it doesn`t have a Karman Hz output table, the Blue needs a Hz input to modify; the Ultimate doesn`t.
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