2005 ecu

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2005 ecu

Post by Gilbertg4955 » Thu Nov 07, 2019 8:23 am

What’s the best way to go for a tunable ecu on a 05 vibe

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Re: 2005 ecu

Post by zbyers » Thu Nov 07, 2019 12:13 pm

I don't know of anyone who has tuned a base ECU on these cars. The 05-06 Vibe GT can get a tune from R9K Tuning (I believe that's the correct order of letters).

Depending on your plans (as in boooooossssttt), standalone engine management is usually the way to go. A tune on these with things like exhaust, intake, etc. really doesn't accomplish much of anything.
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Re: 2005 ecu

Post by jolt » Mon Nov 11, 2019 12:16 pm

I agree with zbyers comments. If you really want to go down this road then you may want to check this link out: https://www.corollaforum.com/threads/ex ... ible.7218/

You will get very little in return for your money if you do not super charge or turbo it. To do either of those, you will spend a lot of money to do it right.

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