All the sensors required the signals to be interpreted and coded to the M800 which was good because this then enabled them to tie into and work with the OEM CAN-BUS system. This meant info I could see on the dash was still available such as details on the trans (T400) that shows the gear I am in on the dash (like factory - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3FxfW-_S2b0) as well as dipping the mirror when in reverse. All of the dash works functions and readings work, as does the radio, aircon, airbags, speedo, rpm, EVIC etc etc etc)
Saying it was a HUGE JOB is an understatement but so glad I went that path. I have full control over everything which made tuning for the guys a breeze. Hope that helps
426 WHIPPLE 3.4L BLOWN 300C SRT8
Thanks, Jected. I had a feeling you were gonna say that... Big job indeed! Sounds awesome though.
The 2009+ 5.7 ECM and the VVT is keeping it interesting, but I have to say my car runs great. Just seem to be one of the first to hit 2-bar with this setup so we're learning.
"A stick car is like a red head. A bit more work, but it's a happy ending..." ;-)
Arrington 392 with the twins tuned by A.J. "hemituner". World record modern MOPAR 205.7mph at the Texas Mile...
'05 Magnum RT: 392 Twin TC70 Turbo Build
who makes a 3 bar that i can just plug in like my 2 bar in a srt8
Any Dodge dealership should have the Caliber stuff. Or you can buy it at the link posted on the 1st page.
The caliber 3 bar sensor requires an adapter to fit our manifold, hence the link.
Stupid Nasty.... FBG 2.0 9.59 @ 148
FBG 3.0 underway.... Arrington Aluminum 440/Vortech XX trim /4.2KB /Turbo/Nitrous testing in progress
What map are you all using because the factory srt4 neon map is a 2.5 bar sensor. The stage 3 srt4 map from mopar is a 3 bar. So what 2 bar are you guys using?
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I'm thinking it keeps the voltage at a certain level and then they tune for that. Kind of an electro approach to a fix vs a tuning fix or an increase in MAP fix. Don't know that this helps get the granularity back you'd have in the tables by having a lower MAP sensor though. Dunno.
Hmmmm, I'd rather spend $15 on a 3bar and call it good.