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Old 06-22-2004, 01:03   #1 (permalink)
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Has anybody used or using a haltec ecu?
What do you think about it ,good? bad? did it make much difference to your engine? What engine are you using it on?
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Old 06-22-2004, 02:58   #2 (permalink)
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Re: haltec

ask ebxr8240 i think he maybe running his system!!!!
They are on of they better units for the windsor from memory.
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I have the Haltec ECU on my BA XR6 N/A. With other mods being, 2.5inch exhaust, headers, K&N filter and better air intake. Before Mods Dynoed at 175rwhp...... after Mods a healthy 259.9rwhp on its best run.
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Re: haltec

2 mates are running Haltech on their cars and have done for almost 3 years now.

One is on a highly modded VLT, and the other is in a TE Cortina with a injected, turbo'd XF six.

Both are very easily used, and I believe that the Haltech is the best value for $$ management on the market.

Comparing against other mates with Wolf, and basic Motec, the Haltech is a much better choice I believe.

When I finally (/eventually) get my Twin Turbo Clevo underway, I know what management I will be running.
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Either EMS 8860 or Haltech.Depends on tuner...

This guy knows his stuff and has his own dyno
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Re: haltec

What sort of price would one need to pay to have a Haltec supplied, fitted and tuned? Haltec is certainly something I'll soon be considering for my EB...
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HOTDBZ has a Haltec on his XR6 Turbo
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What sort of price would one need to pay to have a Haltec supplied, fitted and tuned? Haltec is certainly something I'll soon be considering for my EB...
Alittle over $2k.About $1600 to buy then fitting and tuneing..
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Re: haltec

when you mean they have Haltec's on they're BAs, do you mean they have like a E6K or a TSI, because aren't TSI piggybacks made by haltec??

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Thanks for that ebxr8240. That sounds like it's in my price range.
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