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Re: back to the real thread... (archive)

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Posted by Gordon Monsen on December 05, 2001 at 21:38:22:

In Reply to: back to the real thread... posted by michael on December 05, 2001 at 17:29:46:

The electromotive TecII and Haltech's basically do the same things the Motec M4 does. They cost about $1500 plus sensors. You can use some of your own sensors though, like water temp. I have a Haltech on my RX7, so I know it better. It let's you set the fuel and timing curves by 500 rpm increments and interpolates between them. You can set throttle tip enrich/decay. You can control many digital and analog devices, like fans, to turn on based on something like manifold air temp or rpm or whatever. There are cold start and barometric pressure adjustments and a lot more. Its not too hard to do. I am probably going to put one on my new M3 and see how much torque I can add by versus the chipped approach. (You really get hooked on these things.) -Gordon



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