I posted this on Gotmag's post but I thought it deserved it's own thread. There's an outfit out of the UK that's making vehicle specific plug and play standalones for about $1400-$1500. It looks like a pretty good bang for the buck...
Does anyone have a soft copy of the 98-99 B5 wiring diagram. I am about to install a stand alone engine management system that even eliminates the MAF. Great system dont even need a laptop. Anyway, I need to know where the wires are that I need to splice... any help is appreciated.
Ive searched up and down on this one, but have found no posts about anyone who has actually done it, only links to it's existence, sure I could call ECS, but I want info from hands on experience.
Has anyone used the ECS kit to do this?
-First question, does the Turbo need to be removed for...
Well, I finally did it and installed the DynoJet PowerCommander PCIIIusb. Complete fuel mapping vs. boost, in 250 RPM increments. For those of you that haven't been following this, it's a "poor man's" way of precisely controlling fuel to our engines. Many Thanks to Shawn Fogg for his pioneering...
I want in install a stand alone CD/DVD unit but use my CD function on my stock non-monsoon/single din/stock deck.
What are the adapters I will need to make it work as my primary CD player as well as DVD player.
Also, I want to install a 7" in screen in my headliner ('99 1.8t Sedan-no...
Mac, eat your heart out. :-P
It retains all factory funtions, AND comes with a dyno-tuned map for only $1450 that is a FREAKING steal!!!!
Just thought I'd pass it on to turbo_tom, adam (doogie_h) and others who have or are going big turbo this summer.