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Old 07-01-2004, 03:04   #1 (permalink)
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Tweecer.........Haltec......Tweecer.....Haltec....Tweecer....haltec...Tweecer...Haltec..Tweecer..Hal tec.Tweecer.HaltecTweecerHaltecTweecerHaltectweecerHaltec...........Arghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh hh.
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If you want it done right and have someone to blame if it doesn't work get the haltec. If you are happy to take the challenge and understand the logistics go the tweecer. In your application i would go something more full aftermarket like a haltec and do away with the ford looms etc.

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If you want it done right and have someone to blame if it doesn't work get the haltec. If you are happy to take the challenge and understand the logistics go the tweecer. In your application i would go something more full aftermarket like a haltec and do away with the ford looms etc.

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why do you say go for a full aftermarket setup? the ford eec is a very good comp and to some ppl it is considered better than what the aftermarket can offer. fair enough there is only support for a select number of aust eec's. all in all the ford eec is a very strong and versitile comp
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I agree with you eb2flyz. i have gone the chiptorque option for my beast only a week ago! I was only refering to the mass of wire 347 will face, esp in a smaller vehicle like his (looms too long etc). Even if I could use the Tweecer, I am not game enough to self program/tune my car. As i know i'll fidle with it until my GF drags me away from it by the B@lls or i break the car. I know mysel too well. LOL!
I have questioned my choice of keeping the eec5 in control of everything with the chip a few times. But the eec 4 and 5 are great for the application. The haltec is too. Both will probably come to similar $$$ figure as each other once fitted and tuned. In his case i would opt for the Haltec and have someone else do it for the $.
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I have a haltech e6k which has caused a few headaches, because with the haltech that i have you need to run not only a trigger for you injection as in a standard dissy, but also a trigger for top dead center no 1. To solve the problem i needed a custom dissy with 2 triggers. The other option is to run a au timing cover and use the au crank angle sensor and dissy plug for the 2 triggers.
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The majer advantage with Haltech etc is there is a wealth of people out there that knows these systems...TwEECer is very good if you are into p/c geek and yes its simple. I guess if you are that way inclined.Much like I can't understand why people don't service there own car!!! Not everyones cup of tea...
Remember yours is a Mustang if it was fitted already with eec I'd go TwEECer. So whatever you decide it will be a modification..So I'd go Haltech in your case....

Overkill EF ... YES that was the first thing they ALL asked me..What type of dissy do you have ?? Mine being an early eec lV it has narrower No 1 vane to identfy where things are for referance point...
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