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    Arc2

    I dont know about you guys, but I just found out about this thing the other day. Looks and sounds stupidly easy to tune and keep on tune, get to change the stock Mas at the same time. Sounds like a dream come true, or is it?

    What do you guys reckon, I really want something simple, stupid. Dont want to have laptop permanently strapped down to the passenger seat constantly datalogging and tuning an emanage. From the sounds of it, I think this is the best thing that happend to our cars after td04 15g and larger turbos. I know its old tech now but still sounds awesome... .thoughts....

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    If you want a car that you can tune in 20 minutes, get the ARC2.

    You will sacrifice a little smoothness of driveability that you have on the stock ecu/mas combo but its a great solution for anything that demands up to a 720cc injector. Couple 720's with a lot of methanol and you have a really high HP ceiling if you ever push your car that hard.

    The hotwire MAS of the arc2 wont drift on its tune as most aftermarket solutions that delete stock MAS do. Its a great tuning tool for those that dont want to deal with a lot of BS tuning their cars. 20 minutes isnt an exaggeration...

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    I have an arc2-gp in my car and love it. Stupid simple is accurate.

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    how much r they?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GTO-6105 View Post
    how much r they?
    http://www.3sx.com/store/comersus_vi...dProduct=29562

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    You can find them used on the forums for about $400 usually, just keep an eye out. I'm actually thinking of going back to an ARC2 for awhile if I end up keeping my VR4. Maftpro is a little of a handful to tune for a novice like me.

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    Not to threadjack, but if anyone is willing to trade their ARC2 for my Maftpro Speed Density setup let me know. Looking to go back to stupid simple tuning. I just don't have the time to learn all the Maftpro can do

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    +1 for the ARC2...i am SO loving mine

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