Actually it is conceivable that Pectel just provides you with the same map that they used to tune the SVT Comp car. THe differences should be minimal, but you will need the same size injectors that they use.the pectel to my knowledge is not plug and play. It is a stand alone unit to my knowledge which means custom programming is required. You might be able to find some base maps you can start from, but it isn't plug and play. Someone correct me if I am wrong.
$3099 for the base JRSC, add about $2k for the Pectel and such.how much is this installation package thou speakest of?
Then you should not buy one.... That's why there are other options.5,000 plus bucks for the big boost kit and Pectel is so so. Where in the hella is the intercooler. You could not run a ratts ass in this 106 Texas heat!This lack of an intercooler is a [censored] joke. Heat soak city. Break...break...break.... My .02. jw
SVT+TURBO/SC - intercooler spells trouble...
that's my concern. i like road racing, and i don't know if i can trust the jrsc while road racing in 95 degree heat.My SVT is JRSC'd, but not with the high boost kit. I don't consider high ambient temps to be an issue because engine compressor heat is not an issue until you get far into the throttle. So if you drive normal no extra heat. When I rod around my bursts are for short periods of time anyways, not enough to get heat soak. However if you are talking about road racing you might have a point about too much heat.
kris, i dug this one up for ya 'cause i got a question. which pectel is in the SVT comp car? is it the T2? thanks...alsoThe SVT Comp car has a Pectel on it (along with 12lbs of boost, bigger injectors, and a custom intake).
Works VERY well. Instant throttle response. That car just plain barks.
Drive out to Cali, Oscar's offering the special on installation still, and if you order the custom big boost package, he'll have the Pectel tuned for each application. (they're right down the freeway)