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#50139
blitz access ecu????? 5 Years, 1 Month ago Karma: 1
iv a rev1 tubby and bin looking up al night about these blitz access ecus they seem to be the job is anyone runing one in der car at the moment? and wat do they think of them? are they as hard to find as hens teeth? thanks
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Re: blitz access ecu????? 5 Years, 1 Month ago Karma: 94
From what I understand they are crap. They only remove the fuel cut and lean out the fuel mix a bit.

Save up and get an apexi ecu. What are your mods?
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#50143
Re: blitz access ecu????? 5 Years, 1 Month ago Karma: 25
Most of these ecus are designed to fit straight onto a stock engine to give it good safe power gains. They usually remove the fuel cut, top speed limiter and increase the rev limiter. They add more fuel on boost and add timing, keeping the engine safe and getting more power.

The great thing about them is you can change your set up or raise boost and you dont need to pay for a remap, the ecu adapts to suit the new set up. If you are starting out with mods and dont know where you are planning to go its better than a standalone ecu as you wont have to continually pay for a map tweak every time you change something in the engine bay.

The other thing that is good about them is they hold their price, you wont loose much if any when you decide to sell it on if thats the case.

I ran a Blitz access on my Starlet for years, made great power and no problems with it, I spent around £1000 going to a Power FC and gained.............. 1bhp! That of course was down to the mapper, there were some mid range and fuel consumption benefits as well, but its off to the mapper now every time I want a tweak.
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#50144
Re: blitz access ecu????? 5 Years, 1 Month ago Karma: 154
There was a thread about these a while back...
mr2.ie/mr2-forum/18-ecu-and-engine-manag...itz-access-ecu#36398
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#50146
Re: blitz access ecu????? 5 Years, 1 Month ago Karma: 8
Harper wrote:
From what I understand they are crap. They only remove the fuel cut and lean out the fuel mix a bit.

Save up and get an apexi ecu. What are your mods?


lol, totally inaccurate...

as weejohn said basically and whats in the link above..
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Re: blitz access ecu????? 5 Years, 1 Month ago Karma: 217
corofin12345 wrote:
Harper wrote:
From what I understand they are crap. They only remove the fuel cut and lean out the fuel mix a bit.

Save up and get an apexi ecu. What are your mods?


lol, totally inaccurate...

as weejohn said basically and whats in the link above..



I think Ricky2 had a Blitz ECU and ended up selling it 'cause his car didn't run right on it.

I could be wrong but no doubt Rick will pop along soon once he sees the thread title
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#50156
Re: blitz access ecu????? 5 Years, 1 Month ago Karma: 1
i was buildin a lovely jap na. but both the tubby last week and fell in love wit it ders not much done to it at de moment ultra speed meter baile dump valve i got a few engine parts wit de car like new engine bolts timing belt multy lear steal head gasket ang new water pump. so i was just looking in to how i can get more from the car i just ordered an upgrade intercooler kit for it to next prob the exhaust any ideas of wat i could do would be great thanks
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#50157
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I did have 1 and sold it and have regretted it since there was a power gain in it. To fit a power Fc to rev1,2 requires a rev3 conversion another 3 or 4 hundred pounds on the price
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#50158
Re: blitz access ecu????? 5 Years, 1 Month ago Karma: 1
yea it looks like a good bit of kit aright, but they seem rare enough to get ant only second hand, im just looking in to wat my opptions are for more power befor i start spending ha mine is a rev 1 ,thanks
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#50165
Re: blitz access ecu????? 5 Years, 1 Month ago Karma: 8
when i had the starlet on the road i had the joy of running a few of these plug&play ecu's, jam, sard, zep, blitz.. i found the blitz to be the better ecu but the thing with these ecu's is that they were designed to run along side a turbo built to run with the ecu's.. but in saying that my afr's were all fine with these ecu's... the beauty about them is that they still have the toyota base maps along with the more aggressive map and other features... strangely enough i was getting better fuel consumption with them also.. they seem to lean out off boost at motorway speeds etc but fuel straight away once you put the shoe in... to be honest i think they are fantastic ecu's and can create serious power with supporting mods... icouldnt believe the difference when i fisrt installed then into my car and that was just plugging it in, not messing with boost or anything.. ive seen 2 blitz ecu's for sale for mr2's over the last year or so.. if i source one ill send you info..
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#50170
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Have you tried ebay perry?
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