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EMS allowed in SP classes?

Old 03-05-07, 11:53 AM
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EMS allowed in SP classes?

I know they did some rules revisions and your allowed to run increased boost over stock levels now but wasnt sure if I could run a PFC or Haltech in ASP.
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Yes, you can run any EMS. The new boost rule allows you to directly control (and increase) boost electronically. However, it does not allow you to change the wastegate or stock turbos mechanically in any way.

-Andy M.
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Originally Posted by AMRX7
Yes, you can run any EMS. The new boost rule allows you to directly control (and increase) boost electronically. However, it does not allow you to change the wastegate or stock turbos mechanically in any way.

-Andy M.

Thanks I was hoping you would answer that Andy.
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So a TO4E bumps me out of ASP huh? Damn Communists!!!
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