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haltech e6k

Postby MIG407 » Fri Sep 24, 2004 1:57 am

anyone have any tips on haltech tunning and set ups? the fastest alltrac out there is running haltech so im sure someones familiar with a proven method and or set up. ive seen some interesting ignition and fuel setups with haltech. should i run an msd 6a with it?...j&s knock sensor is it necesary?or not? im just curious with those actually used on an alltrac.
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Postby geladen » Fri Sep 24, 2004 11:45 am

Interesting, you are in Orlando and are inquiring about using a Haltech, I'm in Hollywood and I have a Haltech that is going on an ST165...
Hopefully we will be getting this project finally all together and we will be playing with the Haltach in the near future.
I need to decide on intercooler set-up and fuel rail so that the engine can go back in the car.
Too many projects, not enough time...
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Postby MIG407 » Sat Sep 25, 2004 1:58 am

fuel rail? thats an easy fix. decide if you want to go top feed or side feed.
I. side feed: basically your looking at 880cc side injectors ( rx7 secondaries work with adaptors) and an ats racing modified stock fuel rail.
or the new wolfkatz offering.
II. top feed: the cheap thing to do is to modify a 5sfe rail. but if you have the loot go with a fuel rail kit from chrisk in texas. (fj_chris@yahoo.com).
extremeboost in canada and hux racing had some nice kits as well. but hux hasnt been around for a while and extreme boost has issues actually getting products to customers.
reg your intercooler...for a front mount get one from precision turbo or cheapturbos.com prices are better than turbonetics and spearco for similar or even better products. air to water is expensive. unless you want to settle for low hp and go with one from an st205.
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Postby MIG407 » Sat Sep 25, 2004 2:01 am

bump... now will anyone with haltech experience be willing to help out?
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Postby Sheezey » Tue Sep 28, 2004 5:33 pm

I did a st185 swap in my 93 celica. And it currently is running a haltech e6x. I am still learning but I would be happy to help out.
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Postby GT4times2 » Wed Sep 29, 2004 5:46 pm

MIG407 wrote:bump... now will anyone with haltech experience be willing to help out?



Miguel, is it already installed and ready to tune? Email me when you can. frantzjr1@yahoo.com, or call and leave me a message.
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