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    Senior Member fns's Avatar
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    Need ECU options/suggestions. I have put together Haltech setups on Rx7, 240sx, and a vw buggy. I have also used several powercommanders...I am looking for a setup up for my 2008 hayabusa buggy. Turbo charged running about 20lbs of boost and a quick shift setup.. I am thinking it would just be easier to get "Power commander: v-pti, Secondary fuel controller, quick shifter and ignition modul" They all daisy chain together.

    Any other recommendations or setups you suggest. I want it to be clean and right. (I do not mind paying for something that works)
    Just trying to put every ass into a comfortable seat. BsSand & Racecraft Seats
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    I use Woolich Racings software to reprogram my factory 2008 Hayabusa ECU . They have a forum that can guide you thru the boosted setup . This software also has a very easy to use auto tune feature that is very accurate . Another option is to talk to Kelly at KMS performance in Pheonix he has a neat way of fueling boosted engines . I am using his secondary fuel system on my turboed Canam Maverick, Kelly got me 200hp out of my maverick. Personally I think Kelly would be a good contact ( and he is local to you) he has Dyno tuned thousands of motors thru the years.
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    The gen 2 hayabusa ecu will support a boost sensor as well, and would be a clean setup.
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    Kelly is a great guy and a wealth of knowledge. He actually is one of our dealers for the seats we manufacture. The seat shop is only about 2 blocks from him. I will go swing by and talk to him next week.
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