Do you think it would be good on a 930 to run in the 500hp range? How does it respond to the boost? I really have no need for boost control, traction control, etc. so I figured it might be a good system for my project.
Zach, I used SDS on my project (it's manufactured local to me). For my application it certainly works fine and this includes track use. Street drivability is flawless, very comparable to the CIS. I ordered a basic system with few options besides ignition control, though other Pelican's want more advanced features or controls which may be outside the scope of SDS. I appreciated not using a PC for programming because my PC skills are not strong enough to troubleshoot interfacing problems. With the SDS you can program on the fly and the diagnostic mixture knob gives the instant ability to test leaner or richer while driving. It's a really cool tuning tool, instant feedback can be seen on my wideband O2. I'd estimate it took me a total of 5 hours to dial the system in.