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Old 15 April 2018, 10:02 PM
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Default Syvecs PnP vs GP

Is there any difference or benefit of choosing the Syvecs S6 GP over the S6 PnP ?

Does the GP have extra features ?

S6 is the one i have been looking into.
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Old 16 April 2018, 03:51 PM
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my advice is pop over to syvecs website and ask on their forum, they can advise the best.
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Old 16 April 2018, 04:26 PM
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Originally Posted by Tidgy View Post
my advice is pop over to syvecs website and ask on their forum, they can advise the best.
May be a little cynical, but i find when u ask places that sell the stuff for advise all you get is a longer, more expensive list to buy.

End up with an S12 and per cylinder widebands

Didn't know they had forums tho i may well try there,

From what i read the PnP loses pin outs compared to GP but not sure when this would become an issue on a road car.

Supposedly they can be setup to work with existing sensors too, save me buying new oil temp, pressure, egt etc..
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Originally Posted by SmurfyBhoy View Post
May be a little cynical, but i find when u ask places that sell the stuff for advise all you get is a longer, more expensive list to buy.

End up with an S12 and per cylinder widebands

Didn't know they had forums tho i may well try there,

From what i read the PnP loses pin outs compared to GP but not sure when this would become an issue on a road car.

Supposedly they can be setup to work with existing sensors too, save me buying new oil temp, pressure, egt etc..
not always the case
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Look at link ecu also, straight pnp and very easy to map and set up compared to syvecs
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PNP is plenty for a road car (and most competition cars too) and is much easier and cheaper to install than making a bespoke loom adaptor for the GP version.

I run a Syvecs PNP on my car, has all the inputs and outputs i needed.
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Originally Posted by johnfelstead View Post
PNP is plenty for a road car (and most competition cars too) and is much easier and cheaper to install than making a bespoke loom adaptor for the GP version.

I run a Syvecs PNP on my car, has all the inputs and outputs i needed.
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Originally Posted by johnfelstead View Post
PNP is plenty for a road car (and most competition cars too) and is much easier and cheaper to install than making a bespoke loom adaptor for the GP version.

I run a Syvecs PNP on my car, has all the inputs and outputs i needed.
Perfect.
Out of curiosity when would you want to switch of funds allowed.

I see you can get s8 & s12

Price made my eyes bleed

Are those just for engines with more cylinders ?
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They have different hardware and more Inputs and outputs so you can run more injectors, control more fuel pumps etc.

The PnP kit will fit your needs perfectly for a road car. The safety features and engine protection on the syvecs are worth the price tag IMO as this is something you simply dont get with the likes of Link
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Old 27 April 2018, 11:13 PM
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The plug and play S6 will fit your needs, I am only just changing over to an S8 it's a lot of work!! only required as I am running lots of extra inputs.


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Originally Posted by Mike L View Post
The plug and play S6 will fit your needs, I am only just changing over to an S8 it's a lot of work!! only required as I am running lots of extra inputs.


That looks very pretty,

Yea the PnP would appear to be the way to do it.

Can you tell me what inputs your running and what was the limit of the PnP ?

What did you add that needed the S8 ?

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Old 28 April 2018, 10:41 AM
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The plug and play has 16 inputs not all are used as standard depending on the year of car etc. http://www.syvecs.co.uk/forum/ That has all the pinouts for all years.

I have changed to Drive by wire
Oil pressure sensor
Oil temp
Trans temp
2 x wide bands
Etc

Other advantage is I now have 8 mb of loging
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Originally Posted by Mike L View Post
The plug and play has 16 inputs not all are used as standard depending on the year of car etc. http://www.syvecs.co.uk/forum/ That has all the pinouts for all years.

I have changed to Drive by wire
Oil pressure sensor
Oil temp
Trans temp
2 x wide bands
Etc

Other advantage is I now have 8 mb of loging
2 widebands would be good,

Guess you use em one per bank ?

Would hate to spend so much and end up limited,

Looks like i have a little more reading to do before i make the leap
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Old 28 April 2018, 11:35 AM
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Wide bands are in line so I can compare encase one fails, as I use closed loop fuelling on boost
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Originally Posted by Mike L View Post
Wide bands are in line so I can compare encase one fails, as I use closed loop fuelling on boost
Ahh,,

Super safe,

That's whats so great about them,

So many different ways of using it and monitoring


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Old 28 April 2018, 11:53 AM
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Syvecs is fantastic they even add features if they think it's of benefit.
I asked for ignition retard gear dependent so I can pull a small amount of timing in the high gears for high speed runs, it was added quite quickly
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