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post #16 of 36 Old September 25th, 2013, 10:47 AM Thread Starter
 
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Re: Vi-pec + queen racing = horsepower

All I can say is wow. night and day difference from before. Everything about the car is better. It starts better, I love that the fan comes on now at 165. The car will beat a turbo car at 12 lbs of boost . I will get some vids of this thing soon.

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here is a sloppy vid off my phone. I couldn't just floor it because it was to hard to hold my phone and drive this thing. lol it gets to 60 in no time I just run out of room by my shop.

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Here is a dyno sheet of the direct plug in ecu from vi-pec . The runs are a stock ecu vs the new custom one. What a difference. This car now will now run with a pretty stout turbo machine. Look broad torque curve this thing now makes. So much so it was frying the tires on the dyno. Queen racing custom tune is unbelievable. Thanks mark!
So this is a gain from just swapping from the stock ecu? Not a more aggressive tune? If so why is there a gain? Does the factory computer have some kind of torque management or power limiting function?
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post #19 of 36 Old November 8th, 2013, 12:09 PM
 
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Here is a video of the manufacture doing development. This is a good video of showing the potential that the ecu has and its options.. There is much more to come!
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wow cool. hey santa
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I'd like to expand on one point -- And for those that saw my last Prime Mover that I built .. Know that I like gadgets. And to this point - Gauges.

Ever since the inception of the RzR -- Many of us have sought out a variety of additonal gauges to add to the dash. Some gauges are singular - That being the display is for just one sensor. Then came along the Dakota Digital Display replacement for the origional Polaris cluster. This lasted 2 years until Polaris changed the Data archeture and Dakota Digital never updated.

Then - For some like me that installed the PCV -- Came the LCD-200. Great gauge but limited in scope for what could be.

All gauge installation - Has one other component to make function. Wires !!
Then there is the real estate for all those gauges.

I also asked a certain question many moons ago that envoked a remark from one astute member here -- And that was to be careful for what I wished for. I can now state -- My wish has FINALLY came true.

For my next build -- I wanted a digital dash. I've asked and looked at Professional Motorsports and looked at all there is. One name keeps coming back into focus. Racepak. Until now -- I was going to incorporate one into my build. But this isn't the route I wanted to go. I wanted to duplicate the setup I put together for my HEMI powered Jeep. But I lacked just one little component - On the ECM.

In looking at the spec's for the NEW "i" series Vi-Pec ....... What do I see -- Carefull as it's only 3 little letters -- Butt ...... YES -- There they are .. .. obd.

This -- Opens up a totally NEW World of possibilities. And unlike what I put together for my Jeep -- Technology has moved right along and there is a whole host of new features -- Just a quick few off the top of my head:
Dyno
Accelerometer
Drag Strip Times - 1/4 .. 1/8 Mile down to 300' Sand Drags
G-Forces
Braking
Acceleration
Tire Loading
Air Temp
GPS, And so much more !!

And -- Back to Gauges.

I'll get right to the points -- Fully customizable in every sence of the word. Wires -- None. Display -- Any device that is ios - Android or PC compatable.

After being housebound for the past month due to a health issue and digging into the iv88 Series Vi-Pec -- I put together a display system and am testing it on my Jeep. Words cannot express ....

Yesterday I decided it was time to get out of the house and go to the shop and do a temp install on my Classic and evaluate the display -- Just some screens I had loaded to try and get the feel of what I might want to build to display some of the data available.

Remember -- There is not ONE wire that needs to be installed to achieve this. It's all wireless -- I've chosen to use BT. My other system in the Jeep I used WiFi. Both systems work flawlessly.

Here is a short video I put together that doesn't begin to scratch the surface as to what can be done.


Waiting to hear back from Vi-Pec as to my recent inquiry ........

Exciting Times .. ..

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I wish I could tell you whats in the pipeline Dave..
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Dave
you should get a black hood on that then you through on a black
Leather jacket then you would be micheal knight of the dunes.
you all ready have the truck
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What app did you use for that?
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"I wish I could tell you whats in the pipeline Dave.."

You know I wouldn't tell anyone else .. .. -- Maybe Sebastian will reply to my inquiry. It's the basis for my next decision -- Build the 900 or the 1000. Happy Holidays to you and your Family -- Doesn't look like I'll be able to make the trip this year.

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you should get a black hood on that then you through on a black
Leather jacket then you would be micheal knight of the dunes.
you all ready have the truck"

Thanks for the Word ...... Sadly after 11 years of owning/building Her -- I've had to let Her go -- It's not fun getting OLD.

"What app did you use for that?"

Android -- Play Store -- Dash Command full version -- 9.99
I've several different Apps -- This one is by far the best I've discovered to date. Torque is another one I have -- Full Version at half the cost but I don't like it near as well.

To round out the rest of the parts for this -- Ram Mount for a tablet and mounting to round stock.

Tablet is a NEXUS 7.2 WiFi 32g version.

obd plug-in device -- Many on the market ranging from just a couple of bucks up to 150. I simply went with that is reported the best to date -- The ScanTool obd Link MX .. .. BT version.

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I might toy around with something like that on my Z1. I'm gonna be running the Vi-Pec on it as well.
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Will the Vi-Pec work along with an MCX turbo and their fuel controller?
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It would replace your fuel controller.
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Well the MCX piggybacks to the stock wiring harness. The vi-pec is a whole different ECU correct?
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Well the MCX piggybacks to the stock wiring harness. The vi-pec is a whole different ECU correct?
Yes, the Vi-Pec is a 100% full standalone ecu.
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