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Old 02-27-2002, 22:35   #1 (permalink)
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Haltech or not...

I have the possibility of picking up a brand new haltek management system cheap. However installation prices are high.
One performance shop that does my tuning says, it is not worth it just get my pooter re-mapped by them when i have got some mods to be done.
The other shop says definately! they will f off the air flow meter and it will free it up a lot and sound EVEN better plus will be a hell of a lot cheaper to re-tune at a later date when i have mods to install.
Wot is the deal guys should i spend the money on the haltek now or just get my chipp re mapped at a later date.
Later mods will include heads, intake, cam ,normal stuff really.
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Depends which Haltech system it is.... Do you have the model number because there's Haltech, and then there's HALTECH.

If you get my drift (although it's been a few years since I played with this stuff).
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Yeh i checked out the model number and it only controls fuel, not ignition.. bummer
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