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  • About Bob Rawle
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    Swindon
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    Full time mobile national and international remapping ...

    EcuTek, AlcaTek, Simtek, Syvecs, Link, Gems, DTA, Autronic, Motec, E-Manage, Power-FC, Bosch, AEM, ESL, Adaptronic

    For Subaru Petrol & Diesel, Mitsubishi, Porsche, Nissan

    Legacy B4 TT a speciality.

    RaceRom is here now for MY06 onwards drive by wire vehicles.

    Live mapping of MY93-98 Impreza, Forester, Legacy and Legacy Twin Turbo using ESL

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  • Last Activity: 03 May 2019 02:51 PM
  • Join Date: 30 March 1999
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  1. 03 July 2018 08:43 AM
    Hi Bob,

    Firstly thank you for taking the time and going into detail on your projects
    The End of Phase 1 ... The beginning of Phase 2 & Here we go again, open book and spoilt for choice. In the first one with the vf37 you use heat rating 8 plugs but in the next project which seems more balls to the walls you use a 7 heat rated spark plug. So i'm just curious as to why. Also did you ever swap to the vf36 and do any testing as im swapping to a 36 on my 2.2l stroker gc8 hoping to get a bit of help as I have no VVT.

    Regards,
    Russell
  2. 29 January 2018 07:51 PM
    Hi bob, I have a 2006 Hawkeye wrx with the ecutek licence and am just wondering how much it would be to get the secondary air pump cel codes remove. I have had the blanking plates instslled and just need to remove the codes. Thank you
  3. 12 January 2018 09:26 PM
    hi. my name is shaun new to scoobies but not jap. having built rbengines and owned many gtrs I now own a blob spec c. it came to me with a vf37 and 11blade billet wheel after the vf36 seized at the ring owner not cooling car properly lol. I was a passenger in it with the vf36 and was impressed. when I finally drove it with the 37 is seems lethargic in comparison. its mapped to 1.5 peak by andy carr local to me but I am thinking more boost using and avcr or different turbo. gonna get it on the dyno but to me it feels like 270 atw max.car runs a 340 pump and 1000cc,s which rout would you take?. refit the vf36 as std remap? or bigger turbo sc42 but then lag. car is a trackday ring tool..cheer shaun
  4. 27 October 2017 05:14 PM
    Hi Bob, I have a 1995 turbo uk with ppp (prodrive ECU) can that be mapped or can you supply an ESL and map it? Thinking of getting a turbo back exhaust so I'm guessing I should get that fitted before I come to see you? Very new to the Subaru world and any help from you would be great. I live in stroud so not too far from swindon
  5. 27 July 2016 09:09 PM
    Hi Bob is it possible to map a 1995 wrx wagon ECU?
  6. Bob Rawle
    14 July 2015 10:10 PM
    Actually i travel to Northern Ireland regularly for mapping days based from Murray Motorsport in Hilltown
    You won't be able to buy the Ecutek software as an individual
    I would avoid an Apexi
    You could buy an AlcaTek ecu plus the customer software and install and map that your self
  7. 12 July 2015 03:56 PM
    Hello,

    I have a completely standard 99 STi that I have recently imported from Japan and am looking for an ECU map.

    I am eager to basically buy a spare ecu/aftermarket ECU and map it myself, as I have done some mapping in the past and just want to give it a light modification for UK fuel etc.

    Would you have anything to suit? Im open to anything really, although was thinking of the Apexi Power fc as an option, as I would like to keep the original ecu as a spare if possible, for when I come to sell the car further down the line. Or could I buy a spare stock ECU with an ECUTEK license and then map it myself? Im open to any options, but the car is a hobby so the main selling point for me is being able to actually map and tinker myself when I get the time.

    Im based in Belfast so not much chance of getting to actually meet up in person for a custom map Im afraid.

    Best regards,
    John
  8. 03 May 2015 07:17 PM
    Hi Bob,

    Im afraid I missed your mapping session over in N.Ireland recently and have a totally stick 1999 STi Type R V6 import. I was wondering apart from mapping, are you able to supply the cable/software for me to access the stock ECU myself? The car has an OBDII port but I can't seem to connect with my OBDII connection using a generic trouble code reader. Im interested in doing some basic mapping of the ecu myself but just can't get my hands on the gear. I have done mapping before so I know the pitfalls and risks, but just can't find the hardware and software I need, without becoming a "business" or get trade access to suppliers myself. No problem in paying for a license/cable/software etc, I just want the the freedom to tune/learn at my own rate.

    If you get the chance, please drop me a PM. Many thanks,
    John
  9. 23 March 2013 10:28 PM
    Hi Bob, how do I go about booking a remap for my hawkeye wrx? I'm based in swindon so probably not far from!
    Cheers
    Jules
  10. 13 March 2013 11:15 AM
    Hello Bob, I have just bought a WRX Blob from Middlesbrough and claims he had it mapped at Harveys a couple of years ago. I was told if it was you who mapped it then you would have the reg logged. I am thinking of fitting a FMIC, some stainless headers and maybe a new turbo so the map would need tweaking. The reg is FB03 BWD, if you have dates that you will be coming up near Whitby, North East anytime please could you send me an email to confirm that it was you who mapped it and also which dates you will be up here. Thank you, Loui 07896 304 045 / [email protected]

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