ROME: the wolf ecu comes plug in these days. The only thing you need to do is plug in the unit, plumb in the air intake sensor, and feed a vacuum line to the unit and its preatty much 'turn key'. Both Paul and Classique71 have these units now.
True. My only thought is should I spent the extra $300 and get the full kit? I mean is the hand unit you get useful or just a but of flashy wank?
I guess it would save me over time so I don't need temp gauges with all the sensors you get with it.
But, the whole idea of making it plug in, is using all the stock sensors. You don't need all the other fancy stuff anymore. The only thing you need is the air temp sensor.
And last time i checked, the wolf3d+handcontroller is around $1500 retail. Plus another $500 for tuning, it works out cheaper. And the handcontroller is a wank unless your going to tune it yourself.