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Default Stacking vs MHD Only for single turbo - 11-26-2016, 09:31 PM

Does anyone currently have a ST N54 with MHD, GFB, and AIC? I am replacing old piggyback (we wont name the brand) and I was curious as I haven't read it anywhere if MHD can control AIC like JB4 does? GFB and JB are about the same price (and I have both), so i'd like to hear input on which is the best option.
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Default 11-27-2016, 10:10 AM

The JB4 can control the AIC6 but you are better off switching to the BMS PI controller which gives the JB4 better precision over the control and lets the JB4 monitor current used by the injectors which is useful for spotting failed injectors and other PI related issues. There seems to be a pretty good resale market for the AIC6 since its the only affordable option flash only guys can use.

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