Mapping, what to use and who to do it.

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  1. paulysmith88

    paulysmith88 New Member

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    Hey Guys!
    I'm just wondering the differences between apexi pfc and nistune? What am i best using for my budget drift build?
    I plan to use t28, fmic, walbro 255, etc..

    Advice appreciated and, also, if someone could tell me the benefits jetro or d-jetro? Should i use afm??


    Thanks in advance!
     
  2. reeperR32

    reeperR32 Drift-Street-Imports

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    for that setupo id use the afm and a nistune would be fine
     
  3. m.d.

    m.d. Active Member

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    nistune for definite.

    have you not thought of just getting a HD chip as your set up is exactly what he makes chips to suit
     
  4. GKane

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    I would find a near-by mapper with a good reputation who will be the one doing the mapping, ask and trust their advice.

    Their experience will save you time and money from making mistakes.
     
  5. paulysmith88

    paulysmith88 New Member

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    I was just unsure whether to use nistune over pfc. Its not exactly a rocket science setup i'm using, i just want to make full use of power band! Is my standard afm good for 300bhp or do i need a z32 item??
    Thanks!
     
  6. Ricky Emery

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    just go with the nistune fine for what you need
     

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