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    cmd or begi

    I'm running the new et137 4mm in a conversion and need advice on which fuel management system. I'm Running 48s injectors 8100rm for now with a lc1. Would it be a better idea to use the cmd or run a fpr for Iidle and the begi for mid and high?


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    CMD by far IMO...


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    Since I have a lc1 do o need anything else for the cmd?

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    wb2 setup so you can auto tune or you will have to ride around with a laptop and try to change individual cells while looking at the afr gauge, this way is very time consuming

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    i run begi.. very simple and mechanical fail safe

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    I've run both in the past. CMD takes the cake. IMO

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    CMD will rock your socks especially with the Auto tune. All you gotta do is set your target AFRs or grab a base map from one of us and your good to go.

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    both im sure are good products but dishing out almost 600+ for the cmd autotune and lcd oppose to a 150 begi.. i cant justify it... maybe someday ill try the cmd but as for now im sticking with what i have

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    pull out that wallet!

    and regardless of which you get first you can run them both together if you want

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    Well I already have the begi so I guess I'll use it for now..... I forgot I had to have the wb2 also..... do u have to adjust the begis a lot after the initial setup? Also could I use the lc1 in place of the wb2 since I have a lc1

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