their is a few of us that working on stoping electronic problems
this is looking more promishing with one device to fix all the ecu problems
looking for people that are experincing these problens and the cost that they occured so far and what they did and results...

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Don there is already a unit on the market that can control the ecu.It's called a stand alone computer and is about the size of your wallet and also has to operated in conjunction with a laptop computer.This gives the user total control over most all computer fucntions.

The only drawback (besides having to drive around with a laptop on your consol or passenger seat all the time)is the cost,they can run anywhere between $1500 to $2000 plus the cost of a laptop.Unfourtunatly this would add years to your cost return plan,unless of course the price of gas goes thru the roof again.
yes there is a few of them and they all are costly we here in hho are trying to keep it as cheep as possible
but thank you for the info what i think is iw we could a program from somewhere we could program it are self's
Don, I did see a thread on the mpg research forum by some guy proposing building a stand alone from scratch.I'll cruise the forum and see if he's made any progress and let you know.
Hi HG2. Here in South Africa there are a number of aftermarket ecu's which are programmed with a laptop but do not require a laptop for operation. Prices range from $200-$300 dollar. You can visit www.gotech.co.za for gotech ecu's, www.mrturbo.co.za for MrTurbo. theres also dictator and a whole lot of others. But these are the good sellers here. I'm currently using a Gotech in my Opel Manta as im running a 4age engine in it. It also has a control to make fuel lean or heavier on the box.
Here is same more good news, today I have finish my latest project,ELECTRONIC OXIGEN SENSOR,Why I did spend time if is plenty on shelf?, this one works direct with HHO, the reason why so many peoples fail to get saving results with HHO, is direct result of the OXIGEN SENSOR, so there was a problem, now is fix, this is real amaising, even de CHECK ENGINE LIGHT, stays off, no need to reset it all the time.
Happy savings
Manny
Please explain us
http://stores.homestead.com/hydrogengarage/-strse-109/DSF-Fuel-Save...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BEp7M2b2Lq4

Any one famiiar with the volo chip? $94 doesn't sound bad if it does as much as claimed. Web link above is Hydrogen Garage info on the Volo.
I contacted the guys at www.gotech.co.za to see what they could do for my 2000 VW Polo 1.6i. At a cost of ZAR9 800.00 (about $1 200 +) they would fit a unit which should give me control over the MAP sensor. Where Tafseer heard that units are available for $200 - $300 I would like to know! This unit supplied without fitting costs ZAR 4 999.00. I gather that this is the cheapest unit in the range.
I'm looking for a good supplier of gasket materiel for a dry cell. Anybody know of a good company?, As far as map adjusts, for John V, I sell a unit for $25. See: extremeenergysolutions.net
Thanks. I'm not sure what is for sale here. The photo shows a lot of tubing, some clamps, manuals, fuses, a little black box and some other gadgets. What are the tubing and clamps for?

Which MAP sensor/s is this gizmo good for? I have seen many guys describing how to adjust the MAP sensor and then the number and colouring of the wires differ completely to mine. In my correspondence with Americans regarding MAP sensors for VW Polos, it is apparent that the models made in or for the USA differ to those made in SA, particularly with regard these sensors. Also, my particular model has no oxygen or any other sensor and yet I've been told that they are there - perhaps only on the USA models?

Pardon my skeptical approach, but I've seen a lot of such gadgets where the sellers claim that their MAP adjusters are compatible with any vehicle, only to see reports that they only work on a selected few vehicles. Even $25 is a costly hit-and-miss exercise when paying in ZAR!

Mark Ringen said:
I'm looking for a good supplier of gasket materiel for a dry cell. Anybody know of a good company?, As far as map adjusts, for John V, I sell a unit for $25. See: extremeenergysolutions.net
Our map adjust is thesmall black box w/ 3 wires. As long as your Map Sensor works off of a VREF circuit, you can use this. I have yet to find a Map that tis does not work on. Check your wiring diagram for a VREF wire to your map. I have seen an 8% increase in mpg w/out HHO, quit a bit more with a cell.

John Viljoen said:
Thanks. I'm not sure what is for sale here. The photo shows a lot of tubing, some clamps, manuals, fuses, a little black box and some other gadgets. What are the tubing and clamps for?

Which MAP sensor/s is this gizmo good for? I have seen many guys describing how to adjust the MAP sensor and then the number and colouring of the wires differ completely to mine. In my correspondence with Americans regarding MAP sensors for VW Polos, it is apparent that the models made in or for the USA differ to those made in SA, particularly with regard these sensors. Also, my particular model has no oxygen or any other sensor and yet I've been told that they are there - perhaps only on the USA models?

Pardon my skeptical approach, but I've seen a lot of such gadgets where the sellers claim that their MAP adjusters are compatible with any vehicle, only to see reports that they only work on a selected few vehicles. Even $25 is a costly hit-and-miss exercise when paying in ZAR!

Mark Ringen said:
I'm looking for a good supplier of gasket materiel for a dry cell. Anybody know of a good company?, As far as map adjusts, for John V, I sell a unit for $25. See: extremeenergysolutions.net
Thanks, Mark. I will check it out and get back to you. I definitely need something to sort out the MAP sensor.

I have been told by a VW technician that I have a MAP sensor and it that serves 2 purposes: it is a pressure sensor (atmospheric I think) and also an intake manifold temperature sensor. Any comments on this aspect?

The sensor has 4 wires of which I'm told one is an earth: this is the only wire that I can truly say that I've positively identified so far!

I will appreciate any input on this.

Mark Ringen said:
Our map adjust is thesmall black box w/ 3 wires. As long as your Map Sensor works off of a VREF circuit, you can use this. I have yet to find a Map that tis does not work on. Check your wiring diagram for a VREF wire to your map. I have seen an 8% increase in mpg w/out HHO, quit a bit more with a cell.

John Viljoen said:
Thanks. I'm not sure what is for sale here. The photo shows a lot of tubing, some clamps, manuals, fuses, a little black box and some other gadgets. What are the tubing and clamps for?

Which MAP sensor/s is this gizmo good for? I have seen many guys describing how to adjust the MAP sensor and then the number and colouring of the wires differ completely to mine. In my correspondence with Americans regarding MAP sensors for VW Polos, it is apparent that the models made in or for the USA differ to those made in SA, particularly with regard these sensors. Also, my particular model has no oxygen or any other sensor and yet I've been told that they are there - perhaps only on the USA models?

Pardon my skeptical approach, but I've seen a lot of such gadgets where the sellers claim that their MAP adjusters are compatible with any vehicle, only to see reports that they only work on a selected few vehicles. Even $25 is a costly hit-and-miss exercise when paying in ZAR!

Mark Ringen said:
I'm looking for a good supplier of gasket materiel for a dry cell. Anybody know of a good company?, As far as map adjusts, for John V, I sell a unit for $25. See: extremeenergysolutions.net

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