<font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial">First time I've heard of bluefin. I know of the chips, but this sounds new.You can buy with confidence
Bluefin, designed by Superchips, the UK market leader in engine performance improvement, is already a huge success in the USA where over 40,000 have been sold.
<font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial">Please God, let someone crack the black-oak ECU. I'm telling you, the factory settings are junk. I have honestly never seen a car run so awkwardly. I hope they pull it off. I would buy that blue-fin in a second if it worked.Originally posted by FocusZetec:
Nope - no one has managed to crack the black oak ECU fully yet. Superchips ARE working on it however and have been for a few months.
Speaking to a few people within Ford, the ST's limitations seem to be quite heavily orientated to its factory mappings so being able to remap that ECU should hold good gains.
<font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial">I agree - give us some control! This is the land of the free!Originally posted by madmax1:
OK, let me get this straight. I can flash my ECU with new code, but I can't manipulate whats actaully being changed (fuel, timing, etc.)? If so then this is nothing but a glorified chip.