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Old 02-04-2013, 08:48 PM
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Default Wireless LS EFI

Starting to see a lot of advertising for this Wireless set up for LS motors
Atomic LS - Less Wires, More Performance
Sideshow something new for u to swat up on.
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Old 02-05-2013, 02:54 AM
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pretty cool, the installation video gives a great overview.

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Afew issues of street machine ago had a pic of the msd atomic
Sounds like good bit of gear
It's not wireless
It's wired....less
So there is less wires
Basically the ecu is inside each fuel rails
Then that plugs into the main controller that can do the heavy duty stuff of controlling fuel pump and fan relays
Its a self learning system
But don't know how programmable it is compared to the ls1 ecu
But it's much less wiring and easy to install
I tried once to bring in stuff from USA but don't bother anymore cause of the Internet
The shops in the USA don't give u any discounts and its easier for buyer to buy thru the web than a supplier over here.
Wouldn't sell many of them here in Australia
What sells heaps in the USA is all the old school cars running a small block with carby
And upgrading to the msd efi carby but there isn't many people like that in Australia
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