I'm thinking response would be the biggest difference. Go for it.
How high are we talking in the rpm range? Above 4300rpm? Above 6000rpm?More power? Probably not until you get way high in the RPM range.
I'm all about the response. My lower end was dynamically balanced and uses early internals in a 7 rib block. That with the fidanza flywheel makes it rev well. I enjoy good response more than absolute power.Definately better throttle responce because you will have a smaller throttle opening at low throttle angles. This make for better responce.
No, I think you are right..redvalkyrie said:My thoughts are that the megasquirt will be making the majority of the power. The standard ECU is nearly 20 years old and tuned for 87 octane. Even with some "safe" tuning for 91 octane I'd think the increase in useable power would be 10rwhp throughout the range. Am I wrong?
mann said:running a MS2 with the 20v (with ITB still on...unless I win bill's intake mani on ebay )
using MAP w/TPS blending and it works fine, though I'm still working on dampning the MAP signal so its a bit more stable. And Bill, it took me like a month of fiddling around to realize that you NEED to do MAP/TPS blending to make the accel enrichments work right, and right after I figure it out you post it in the other thread about where to get exhaust manifolds!!! At least now I know I'm on the right track!