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For Sale Ferrari 575 F1 HGTC ECU 211504 Virgin

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  1. StartedFromTheBottom

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    Hello everybody,

    since the car isn't there anymore to install i decided to sell my virigin F1 HGTC ECUs (so the latest version you can get for the 575). Part. no 211504
    3000€ for the pair. As said they're 100% function checked and plug and play. You just need to make sure they fit your car. I don't know what the difference are between US and EU.




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  3. StartedFromTheBottom

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    They have been tested on a car and then made virgin again.
    As far as i ve been told is one of the big difference that this ecu contains a track mode where the engine break doesn’t kick in when releasing the throttle. Instead engine keeps RPM for better acceleration out of corner then.
    If anybody knows some other major differences to earlier ECUs feel free to comment.
    Thanks

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    Maybe somebody who has the HGTC installed can explain the detail changes more accurate. I know e.g. that when approach a corner engine keeps the revs and decouples so that when accelerating the full torque is there immediately.
    These two modules function on every 575 F1.



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  5. tazandjan

    tazandjan Three Time F1 World Champ
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    These ECUs are necessary to use the HGTC F1 TCU, which lowers min shift time to 180 ms from standard 220 ms. As far as I know, there is no track mode because there is no way to select that mode. Nothing on a track mode is in any of the factory HGTC literature.
     
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    Yeah there’s no mode but what i got explained is that this is the generally behavior with keeping the revs up high as possible :)
    Thanks a lot for info though...
    If anybody is interested in additionally flashing his TCU i can have that done as well by a technician over here.
    Have a good one!


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