I hate being that use the search function guy, anything more specific you want to know about them? Probably not too many people out there have used both. Usually people do their research first and just get one or the other.
Ill be going wolrich this summer, was attracted by the customization of things like engine breaking and other adjustments that will help track riding.
if you don't know what you are doing, I would send it to a reputable "flasher" Guhl, woolich, Flash Tune, ect... they have a "baseline" de-restriction program, and then can customize it to your liking.
I have a Guhl tuned ecu that I piggy back with a pcv for afr.
my dyno guy and I are just experimenting with a flashtune programmer right now, if we can get this to the power of the guhl tune, I will eliminate the pcv altogether, and just run the flashed ecu (inc quick shifter functions).
trying to figure out how to have both power features be full power, and put a race fuel map in one, and pump fuel map in the other. guhl has this figured out, we cannot get the lower power "map" up to full power. Ski
Yea I used the search its worthless.what I'm trying to find out is are they the same thing do they both access the same functions on the ecu.I guess I could call them both but I was hoping to hear from customers not salesmen and thanks for the advice I don't mind using my ecu to learn how to use it I'm sure thy there is quite a few functions or features I won't mess with thank you for your response's
Hey there painfullyslow in the flash tune software how did you adjust the engine breaking I didn't see an option for that for the 09 zx6 and on the 09 do the injectors shut off at 0% throttle thanks again
I am running the flash tune and I liked just dropping it in and I was done. It may not be 100% perfect for this set up, but I did not need to go to a dyno, and clip it in and take it to the track and it was head and shoulders above the stock ecu.
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