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Ok,  I wasnt sure if there not supported directly,  I think they just dont have plug and play setups,

they seem to be the most common piggybacks being used buy the suzuki peeps on the forums with m series donks, 

 



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According to the Greddy website the Ultimate doesn't support any Suzukis.

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yeah ive been doing lots of reading and browsing and will have to go witha piggy back. at least that way i will have all my controlls dash etc. so im thinking greddy emanage ultimate.

or even blue may be easy to install, what do you think?

 

 



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You'd have to check the forums for feedback on a standalone. Your 2007 will be OBD2 and I don't believe that there are any aftermarket ECUs that support that.

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Thats good to hear im sure it will be very popular with the swift crowd when you get it figured out.

would you be able to recomend a piggyback or stand alone ecu that would be my best solution at the moment.

thanks again, brad.

 

 



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I'm currently working on a tuning solution for the M13A and similar ECUs, I have mark at TunerPro and the guys at Moates.net working with me. It'll be at least a couple of months before I have a complete solution but it is making slow progress.



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Hi,

Im wondering if some one here may be able to help me out with a few options?

I have a suzuki jimny (2007) running a suzuki m18a transplant engine out of  suzuki liana (aero) .

im still using the m13a ecu and it runs ok but i think it could be much better with a bit of tweeking.

im living pretty remote here and there is no one around that is willing to look at it , if its not holden, ford, or toyota the just look at you weird.

 

so I was wondering if there was anything i could do myself , without a dyno preferably for less than a grand.

or even if i was to set it up then take it  to a dyno at the end,

Any ideas or options would be apreciated ,

Cheers, Brad

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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