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The SAFC NEO marks the newest edition to the world famous Super AFC line of piggy back fuel controllers. Building upon the powerful SAFC II, the AFC NEO has taken piggy back style fuel control to a new level. The AFC NEO boasts an incredible 16 points of user definable fuel correction. VTEC control has also been incorporated for Honda/Acura applications. A complete monitor mode is also available to keep the driver/tuner informed of critical engine data.

Features include:

- Completely new case design
- Compact design
- Incorporates both AFC and VAFC functions in one unit
- 16 point fuel correction
- Color FED display
- User defined button and background colors
- Inverted "anti-glare" screen

Key functions include:

MONITOR MODE-
* RPM
* Throttle
* Battery voltage
* Correction %
* Air flow %
* Pressure
* Karmann
* VTEC

SETTING MODE-
* Air map
* Air map graph
* Throttle point
* Deceleration air
* VTEC control
* VTEC unmatch

ETC MODE-
* Model select
* Mode select
* Car select
* Sensor select
* Analog scale
* Warning set
* Display set
* Sensor check


CONCEPT:
High resolution fuel control with integrated VTEC control.

CHARACTERISTICS:
Revolutionary color FED display easily customized by the user. *Not compatible with i-VTEC for controlling i-VTEC (can still be used as a fuel controller)*


The Apexi unit is ideal for cars that have had boost controlers and intercoolers fitted but do not want a full ecu system. With the Apexi neo fitted we will run your car on the dyno and trim the fueling to smooth out the power delivery and gain a few extra hp. Once complete we will privide prinouts of before and after.

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Will this work ok with a 34 tiptronic?

I heard some ECUs arn't compatible due to the auto box?

Also with this and boost controllers, if you d/c the battery do you have to re-program the device or does it save it?
 

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Theres no reason why it will not work on a GTT but if you are planing to use it to iron out the flatspot when the boost is upped I can`t say that it will 100% remove it.

No settings are lost if the battery is disconnected etc.
 

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Well, I have a boost controller and FMIC - was going to wait and get a full ECU replacement or remap, but if this would do the job for now and have it running nicely then I might go for it.

Or would it be much better to get a full ECU/remap?
 

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How much do you charge just to tune them on the dyno?
 

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this is a very good offer gunna get timing belt done so when finances oky in a month il have this!!:)
 
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