Yeah, I forgot about the Race Tools kit from Woolich. I run the QS4 with my flash since I reused it from my Gen 3 before it was available from Woolich.with the woolich you can kill the ignition or the fuel or both....
sky why do you prefer the ignition only..??
Woolich QS hands down.
Having used Bazzaz, Annitori, Dynojet and the Woolich setup, I stack them up like this, top to bottom.
Reasonings, from worst to best.
Annitori - No real settings to be had (at least on the RL v2 I had) and had a lot of false neutrals with it. Only kills spark.
Dynojet - No real adjustments outside of being able to having an individual kill time per gear. Only will kill fuel or spark.
Bazzaz - Very smooth, but again, lack of adjustments. QS sensor has also been suspect in the past (not sure about now). Only kills spark.
Woolich - So many options for settings, down to sensor sensitivity. Kill time adjustments for RPM, TPS and gear. Kills fuel and spark. Much more robust sensor than the others. Also, comes with Launch Control
I did a lot of back to back testing with the Woolich Race Tools.Well, if you're hell bent on installing a PCV (PCIII is obsolete and not available), then you should probably just add a Dynojet QS with the system. Frankly, you should skip the piggyback tuners, by a Woolich flash kit and install a stand-alone Bazzaz QS4. I prefer ignition kill to the fuel cut for the QS operation myself.
HOW DARE YOU disagree with my assessment! That's an infraction for you sir. If you disagree with me more than 25 more times, I shall ban you from expressing your opinion on this site and contradicting me. So shall be written, so shall be done. :badteeth:I did a lot of back to back testing with the Woolich Race Tools.
I found FUEL CUT only more preferable than just Ignition Cut and better than both Ignition and Fuel cut.
At least for me Fuel Cut works better than Ignition Cut. Not sure why but I could tell a noticeable difference between the 3 options.
Could be different from make to model. :dontknow: