V12 standalone ecu help

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  1. Tommorris256

    Tommorris256 Member

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    Hi guys, I'm building a v12 twin or quad turbo setup, can anyone point me in the right direction of a good standalone ecu that'll work on a v12, is there any other options I could do? Pros and cons of running it on a wasted spark setup?
    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. FAbity6032

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    Megasquirt says it supports v12, other than that I have no experience with aftermarket ECU's.
     
  3. Benzo

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    Your going to need something pretty sophisticated to run a v12 sequentially so looking at £1200 + for a system.

    Batch there are more options for less money obviously.

    When I asked recently the main advantage to running sequentially is economy but you are not going to be too worried about that!
     
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    I've read I could run two separate stand alone so almost run as two separate engine just have to duplicate the crank signal? Can anyone link me to so ecus I could buy?
     
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    710 Series ECU no experience with them but says it supports v12's
     
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    Have a look at kms ecu. Very good units the Swedes love them.
     
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    I'd be looking at the kms md70
     
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    Your best bet is to decide who will map/tune it, and see what they recommend.
    Having your mapper familiar with the tuning software will save a lot of time and headaches when it comes to mapping.
     

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