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This Blitz Turbo Timer has a unique feature that sets it apart from the rest... it can also act as a boost gauge. All you need to do is purchase the optional boost sensor and hook it up. The sensor is a 3 Bar sensor so it is capable of reading 29psi of boost.
The FATT Advance comes in two parts, a control unit, and a front panel, which means the display is very small and easy to mount.
The FATT Advance + features include:
Force Quit During Countdown
Idle Time Setting
Engine Type Setting (Gas Or Diesel)
Back Light Setting
Buzzer Volume Setting
Volt Warning Setting
Great Timer, especially with Boost Control Sensor
Donutz 3 years ago
Bought it for my 2011 WRX with the adapter harness and boost sensor. Was a little pricey to go that route but I'm very pleased with the results. Can let the car idle to cool down without staying in the car, and the boost sensor is accurate. The control module fits perfectly on top of the factory fuse box behind the lower dash panel and running the cable through the fender plug was fairly simple. Very pleased with it, another high quality product as I've come to expect from RSD. Allow me to save you some time if you're looking for the instructions in English: http://www.blitzpowerusa.com/techsupport/pdf/fatt-advance-manual.pdf
because why not
Brock Samson 4 years ago
Super easy to install on my 07 STi along with the harness. Haven't gotten into the programming side much but works well on auto. There's a lot of discussion about whether our cars actually need these but if you want that little extra piece of mind pick this up (or sit in your car for 30secs-1min longer than normal like a creeper...). Take the time to run the wire somewhere that works for you.
idothe5519743 4 years ago
First, directions are in Japanese. So I made a little sense of them and got it all installed. Then, figuring out the different modes and how to set desired time requires even more patience. Also, when key is removed, then car shuts off for about a half second, not even completely to 0rpms, then kicks back on and starts timer. Not sure if I like that.
loucks89 4 years ago
Purchased with the harness and installation was extremely easy, while the instructions are in Japanese there is a simple picture that quite literally explains it all perfectly. After figuring out the different settings everything has been smooth. My first turbo timer, and would definitely recommend to anyone thinking of one. Got it hoping my 200k Subie will make it to 300k.
mnunez31 4 years ago
INSTRUCTIONS DO COME IN JAPANESE! but there area number of forums with pictures of the install! other then that very nice product and works like a charm!
Q: Optional harness Swooper 2 years agoAnswer
Where can i get the optional harness?
A: Turbo timer harnesses are available online at multiple sources, unfortunately they are not made for all vehicles.
Nick S. 2 years ago
Q: 15 sti Smontover14 2 years agoAnswer
Will this work with the Cobb 3 port boost controller?
A: This unit is universal and will be a custom installation, we do not have any confirmed fit with other parts although the COBB EBCS is not related to this part's installation.
Nick S. 2 years ago
Q: Will this work for my 2011 STI Keyless ?keyless go system? Felix 4 years agoAnswer
Will this work for my 2011 STI Keyless ?keyless go system?
A: If you are referring to an aftermarket keyless go system we could not confirm compatibility with that setup. Some wiring may interfere.
Nick S. 4 years ago
Q: whhat is the point of this? sramnarain688044 4 years agoAnswer
i am running a sttage 2 set up up ,down caback pipes. cobb ap ,and cobb sf and perring fmic, what is the purpose of this?
A: Purpose of these is to allow the car to stay running after it has been turned off for the set time, to allow the car to cool down to prevent cooking the turbo.
Kyle A. 4 years ago