just figured out i have to activate PM's and have done so.Before I order I will PM each participant to confirm their order.
Please keep a watch on your PM box.
There is always a few cyber tyre kickers. As long as we have at least 10 names we shall be fine.
Thanks Dave & Rod, more money saved thanks to this forum ;-)
I am working very closely with Adaptronic and currently we have an oppertunity to get a good price with our purchasing power. The ECU is selling for $995 (AUD) msrp plus gst along with A 0.5m loom (= A$66 each) and 2.0m loom is A$90 + GST (= A$99).
I can not disclose the price as stated by our contract. We need 10 serious buyers to get a great price. Damein and Neil Griffiths installed them already in the 1UZFE (pre 1998) and it running very good.
Here are some information about Adaptronic:
What's so special about the Adaptronic?
Because the amount of fuel required by engines differs under different conditions (eg throttle position) and between different engines, the ECU must be tuned for the particular engine. This process must be repeated when other modifications to the engine are made. This can often take a lot of time to perform, even for an experienced tuner, because the tuner has to manually adjust the fuel mixture on the ECU, and retest the engine, for hundreds of different conditions. Time on a dynamometer can be quite expensive, leading to a very expensive engine modification.
There is another method, which is where the ECU automatically adjusts the mixture strength to the user's specification. This greatly speeds up the tuning procedure. This technology has been employed by MoTec (Quick Lambda) and Autronic (Autotune), however their use appears limited to tuning on a dynamometer.
The Adaptronic has been designed from the ground up to run continuously in adaptive mode. This means that after performing changes such as a new exhaust system, the user merely needs to continue to drive the car on the street, and the ECU will automatically adapt to the changes made.
This makes life easier for vehicle modifiers and the end user, while encouraging responsible car tuning, leading to less pollution from modified cars generally.
More technical details in here
Here is the installation instruction for the 1uzfe Adaptronic also have some base maps too. Here is one might help get thing started.
I have been playing with a piggyback for two years now and I am tired of the self adjust by the stock ecu. Please pm me for the price if you are seriously interested.