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What is PFC? #280214 Sep 20, 12:56pm Sep 20, 12:56pm
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What is PFC?
I was wondering what PFC is and what does it do for your car and how much money it is and is it worth the cost?

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Re: What is PFC? [Re: remsports87] #280215 Sep 20, 1:02pm Sep 20, 1:02pm
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look up just a little further in this forum and you will find all you will ever need to know


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Re: What is PFC? [Re: remsports87] #280216 Sep 20, 1:08pm Sep 20, 1:08pm
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the PFC stands for "power fc" it is a new ecu for your car that is made by apexi (if you dont know what a ecu is, it is the computer that runs your car) but the good thing about this ecu is that you can adjust excatly how your car runs ie. port timing, fuel maps,ignition timing and every other aspect of the engine. it cost about $1000 for the power fc, $400 for the commader and like $400 for the datalogit. The commader is a basic controler for the power fc but cannot control all ascepcts of the ecu, while if you get the datalogit you can connect your laptop to it and update everything from there. You dont want to buy this unless you know EXACTLY what you are doing, they are not smog legal ( not obd-II), but if your a hardcore racer with the cash it supposedly can add 10-20 whp with it being dynoded correcly.

Re: What is PFC? [Re: Lyth0s] #280217 Sep 20, 1:09pm Sep 20, 1:09pm
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or you could just read the multiple pages about it at the top of this forum.


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Re: What is PFC? [Re: csheriff] #280218 Sep 20, 2:50pm Sep 20, 2:50pm
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yeah that would be a lot easier actually, but i was just giving him a very quick overview hehe...

Re: What is PFC? [Re: Lyth0s] #280219 Sep 20, 7:47pm Sep 20, 7:47pm
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he's a noob, let him search!!!


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