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Hey all,

So I finally got the ecu back after 7 months or so... A lot of headache being the first to get the flash, but I'm a pretty patient guy. Hopefully it'll go smoother for the next person. Anyways, my initial thoughts. The pedal is much more responsive. As expected, the transmission/shift-tronic is still slow - they didn't touch the TCM. A few light highway pulls, it seems a bit smoother overall. Its ridiculously hot and humid today though - 95 degrees. The Gen coupe 19s weight a ton, but I'm happy to say that I can finally squeal the 19s! LOL. That alone is enough to tell me that I've gained something. A dyno will be done whenever I get around to it - I'm currently busy with my new house :)

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increased rev limit

 

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this is awesome, how much did it exactly cost for the whole process?

and please do keep us posted with the dyno results
 

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this is awesome, how much did it exactly cost for the whole process?

and please do keep us posted with the dyno results
Ecu was around $130
The flash itself was around $300 - it was an early intro price SFR was doing to promote the flash for the Gen Coupes, I just got bundled in :D
So roughly$450 shipped out? Something like that. I talked to Jay and he said the price is now $650 since they have to ship it out to S.Korea. It should only take 3 weeks though.

Once dyno is done, I'll post up results.
 

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Just looking at your mod list, since you got the ECU refreshed you probably don't need the NSPP on anymore.
Yeah, I don't run the NSPP and the SFR flash at the same time.
 
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