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Old 15 April 2018, 10:02 PM   #1  
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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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my advice is pop over to syvecs website and ask on their forum, they can advise the best.
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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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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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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.
THIS!!!.SJ.
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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.
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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