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 Post subject: spac ECU vs GL/GLI ?
Posted: Sat Aug 18, 2012 7:46 pm 
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was curious are there any differences in the ECU in between an EA GL with a 3.9L vs a s pac EBs1 or 2 ?

was wanting something with a bit more kick and i cbf getting a J3 yet till i get a cam / install my AU block etc
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 Post subject: Re: spac ECU vs GL/GLI ?
Posted: Sat Aug 18, 2012 8:29 pm 
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Your 21+ year old car must be pretty special... For $250 I bought a whole EF falcon with no issues.... Do yourself and all of us a favour and just part it and buy something newer... this adive while being finacial is non-specific in nature and does not take into account personal situations like living in South Australia,....

 

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 Post subject: Re: spac ECU vs GL/GLI ?
Posted: Sat Aug 18, 2012 9:02 pm 
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Lukearama wrote:
Your 21+ year old car must be pretty special... For $250 I bought a whole EF falcon with no issues.... Do yourself and all of us a favour and just part it and buy something newer... this adive while being finacial is non-specific in nature and does not take into account personal situations like living in South Australia,....


why would i do that for ?

ive got a 2X TA22 Celica's plus looking into getting a RX8

the EA is just an every day car which i dont mind shopping trolley dints etc etc
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