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  1. DOUG @ ECS
    06-13-2017 10:47 AM
    DOUG @ ECS
    It's just from removing the ECM, just clear the codes and enjoy!
  2. itomh
    06-13-2017 10:07 AM
    itomh
    Doug, I just installed my CPU that was tunes by ECS. I never had any codes pop up until I reinstalled it. I'm getting the following:


    U1301- Class 2 data link high
    U1000- Class 2 data link malfunction
    U1153- Lost communication with HVAC
    U1088- Lost communications with sensing and diagnostic module


    Any idea why I would be getting these? Car drives fine all system are operation as they should.
  3. DOUG @ ECS
    02-15-2017 01:50 PM
    DOUG @ ECS
    Psurugby, feel free to give us a call, we will be happy to work with you. We offer 1 year interest free financing also if needed.

    609-752-0321 thanks.
  4. Psurugby
    02-15-2017 12:51 AM
    Psurugby
    Hey Doug, was just wondering if there were any sales going on for full 1500 blower kits, i know TPSmak is always having sales but hard to get a hold of them it seems. I have an 01 z06 1 3/4 headers full exhaust no cats. Looking to make around 600wrhp until i do a bit of engine and drivetrain work so i can turn up the boost also have a 112 lsa cam and springs and pushrods but not going that way anymore obviously so i also might be interested in a blower cam as well. I am about 45 mins from philly so prolly a couple hours from you in jersey. Thanks appreciate your time.
  5. DOUG @ ECS
    10-12-2016 02:25 PM
    DOUG @ ECS
    The 1500 would be at it's limits around 800, so if going bigger is in your future then I would start with something larger. The 2200 will get you to roughly 850/900 while the 2200R or X will top out around 1100 RWHP with supporting mods.
  6. FreakC
    10-12-2016 01:35 PM
    FreakC
    Doug, as you noticed there was mention of your system in my post about what blower setup to use. I've been leaning towards the F1R but wanted to talk to you about your system. Yours a little more affordable than the F1R, however I am looking to start with an 800rwhp baseline with the room to grow over 1000+ a little down the road. From the wording on your 1500 it seems 800rwhp is on the higher end. Is this true? What is the boost range of the 1500? Do you have a bigger version?
  7. DOUG @ ECS
    09-29-2016 04:39 PM
    DOUG @ ECS
    Give us a call and we can discuss this in length, thanks!
  8. Pitufina
    09-29-2016 12:16 PM
    Pitufina
    Hi Doug!
    I am in the search for a new clutch since my current mcleod rxt started slipping at only 8k miles and about 20-25 passes with a drag radial. What's the max amount of miles you've seen out of a mantic 9000 with ceramic disks? I understand there are a lot of areas that can affect it but the typical ecs powered c6? I think Mine makes probably around 650rwhp. Btw, why the price on the mantic went up so much? Anything you can do for ecs sc customer and military service member?
    Thank you.
    Epi
  9. Ahmed_otb
    06-17-2016 06:37 AM
    Ahmed_otb
    hey there
    looking to buy a centric for my c7z, check ECS website and nothing was there
  10. Yellow '01
    05-03-2016 05:38 PM
    Yellow '01
    Doug
    Well, I am glad you monitor the threads on the forum. Been looking for someone who can do the following. Kick in the cooling fans sooner. Firm up my shift points. I am going to put in a 180 degree thermostat so I will need a tune to adjust for that difference in fuel delivery. I have 245 45 18 tires on the front and 295 35 19 on the rear with a ratio difference of .3 I will need the ABS module -a delco/bosh 5.3 adjusted to compensate for this tire size. I have a window of.5 to 1.5 inches difference. This should get the ABS to quit tugging at my front wheels and the traction lock to quit coming on. BYW, if any of this needs further conservation, I am completely open to suggestions. I am not a WOT driver, I just want the low to mid to perform well as the car has been completely upgraded in the Z06 suspension. Good performance on curves and stout highway use. No drag racing
    Thanks
    Yellow '01

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