Both are great products.Going to get work done on my 2010. Downpipes, injectors and tune. Already have intake and midpipe. Would the only reason to get the ecutek be for the launch control? I hate the current launch i have!!!! Thanks for you help
Actual track results only a few days a wayEcuTek shows more capability while Cobb has actual results. Having run Cobb in real conditions, it is amazing. I have no problem launching and car makes great power.
We put a bigger compressor wheel in it.how big are these Gt800's I'm still trying to figure out their size... larger then a GT28?? cause thats still not technically a "Big Turbo" setup... it is definitely an upgrade tho. But what are the 800's good for.. i know people making 800whp on gt28's and they spool very close to stock.. then u have gt30's which are getting larger.. a turbo like my 5858 which is a touch up and then Gt35's and alpha 12s which are again another step up.. i kinda feel the GT800's are at the bottom of the chart.
HKS GT 800 series turbos are not bigger then the AMS Apha 10 series turbos , the GT 800 series turbos are approximately equivalent to a GT30 series turbocharger , we are currently running and have upgraded Billet compressor wheels that can and will support a 100 plus whp over and above the standard off the shelf units with out sacrifing the low end and spool . Definately not a smal turbo by any means .i agree goon... i am just relating the need for launch control systems and turbo size... feel the 2012 launch method on a very street able turbo setup is more then good. I am saying where the work needs to be focused on is all these record breaking 8 second cars... i did not realize the gt800's are bigger then an ALPHA 10 turbo.. i would have guessed they were alpha 9 or smaller. They come on nice for a turbo that big. And the compressor wheel really does not effect lag at all, its 90% the exhaust side.
I really like the cold start cranking table set up. Cobb needs to get on it ASAP.Both are great products.
Yesterday Cobb had a break thru with the 2010 Launch Control issue
see - http://www.nagtroc.o...t-what-this-is/
Launch Control still isn't adjustable on the fly like EcuTek - but at least you'll have Launch Control now.
We use both in house - and both products have there Pro's & Cons.
Launch Control isn't the only great feature EcuTek has to offer
Valet mode is cool - http://www.nagtroc.o...rom-valet-mode/
LC5 Compatitbility - http://www.nagtroc.o...st-impressions/
Emission friendly when running SD
Consult friendly (Dealer Tools)
Per Cylinder Fuel Trimming
Cold start cranking tables
Not to say Cobb isn't great because we LOVE using Cobb AP over here.
-John (On Jim's computer)
if you don't plan to ever mess with it, Ecutek is the way to go. My best pass with my simple tune today was 11.0 @ 128.8 mph with many low 11.x passes in the 129 mph range.Thanks for the feedback. I will not be tracking either. Just get it tuned and leave it. I have a few weeks till I decide