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Re: proven good stand alones

Sat Jan 11, 2014 6:46 am

Working on it
Haltech ps1000
Can wideband
Racepak dash
Oil pressure and temp as well as fuel pressure.
E85
Boost control.
Just abit slow as I decided to get a gtx2863 with .63 rear
Aiming to be running end of the year.
Turbo and fuel system is a bit expensive plus need front mount. But I'm determined
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Re: proven good stand alones

Sun Feb 09, 2014 9:27 pm

dont use the haltech built in boost control. it sucks.
i've already had everything (less boost control and e85) you just listed for a few years now. no complaints.

you will also need a CAN hub. you can't run a racepak and CAN wideband without it.

Re: proven good stand alones

Mon May 05, 2014 8:12 pm

Who is running E85 (flexfuel) setup? Im looking to build up a 5sgte (6gc / 600+AWHP), and have been told by mr2oc to go with a Haltec. They have quite a few high HP builds over there, but I know there are some here too.

Just want some more opinions. I have a good tuner down in NC, has worked with a few MR2's and celica's, and all good reviews. So its pretty much just my preference, and what I see proof on running E85 (3rd gen head), with high HP goals.
Thanks for any input

Re: proven good stand alones

Mon May 05, 2014 8:30 pm

This thread is soooo old that Griffin posted on the front page HAHAHA. Sorry pointless post just wanted to point that out. :lol:

Re: proven good stand alones

Sat Dec 03, 2016 5:06 pm

Here's a holy resurrection, I am in the process of putting in an ECUMaster EMU unit. It can run do plug n play with the existing 185 stuff. I will be getting rid of the AFM, putting in 800cc injectors and a wideband lambda. I just have to do a power run to see what I am putting out before I put the ECU in and then another one after the install.

Re: proven good stand alones

Sat Dec 03, 2016 7:46 pm

I've been looking into their piggy back Emu for my ST185 (4th gen swap) and possibly standalone for one of my ST165s (full standalones). Very popular in Europe.

Re: proven good stand alones

Sun Dec 04, 2016 2:35 pm

Really depends on where tuners are within your region and what ecu they have experience with. I'm about to have a Motec fitted and mapped by Fensport who have massive experience with gt4's and are a Motec dealer.
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