AEM vs Hydra vs Haltech E8

Talk EMS and Computer related performance

Postby KORacing » Wed Sep 02, 2009 5:37 am

The hardware on the Nemesis outstrips the AEM without a doubt, but again, to the end user, there is probably not a huge difference in how they perform. If you do use the Nemesis you have handy, I'd be happy to come out an tune it, for a fee.

I'm a bit biased, however, as I'm the exclusive distributor for the Hydra Nemesis PnP systems for the MR2 and Celica 3SGTE vehicles.
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Postby Mafix » Fri Sep 04, 2009 4:40 pm

prob next year i'll be looking at getting certified for the hydra. we'll talk then.
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Postby timmey » Wed Oct 21, 2009 8:01 am

RWDragoon wrote:As long as you are tuning via Map sensor the Haltech will correct, as the map sensor measures absolute KPA.


My friend has a nice JDM 1JZ Soarer that he had tuned in Victoria, BC - really close to sea level on an island, then drove to Calgary over the Rocky Mountains. In Alberta he was pulled over doing 190km/h (I'm sure that didn't help), with 6' flames out the back of his 3" stainless exhaust. $440+ ticket. lol

He runs an E8 or the Platinum 1000 Haltech, not to trash Haltech or anything. That's my shops standalone of choice, so I went with it too.

Just thought that was funny. :)

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