I'm not sure if he's talking about an ECU or a
piggyback fuel computer - Apexi has a couple of
different products. I don't think they have a
*stand-alone fuel computer* for the RX7. The piggyback
fuel computer (AFC) would be legal IMO since it just
changes fuel settings (assuming it doesn't eliminate
any fuel cut functions). If you're talking about the
Apexi PFC- which is a replacement for the stock ECU and
can control fuel - that unit has the capability to
control boost also which would be illegal for SP (fine
for SM2). Even if it were set to *approximate* the
stock boost levels it would still be a modification of
the turbocharger system IMO.
I'd think changing fuel injectors would be okay since
fuel injection is open.
That's one marginally-informed opinion. :-)
> Is it legal to change out the factory computer to an
> aftermarket to run the fuel injection in ASP?
> So if someone put an Appexi Computer Stand alone fuel
> computer inplace of the stock fuel computer, is this
> legal for ASP.
> If I change the fuel injectors does this throw me out
> of ASP?
> Asking for someone who would like to know.
> Don Miller
> 68 Turbo V-6 Datsun Roadster in E-Mod
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