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Wiring in Microtech LTX-8 advice..

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Alright boys,

 

It's almost tune time for me, and the tuner up this way has quoted me almost $1000 to install my microtech, and since i have a mate that is an auto electrician that has installed ecu's before we decided we will do it ourselves..

 

I know that the auto electrician will have the best insight into it, but i was just wondering if anyone on here has installed/wired in a microtech and whether there is any hints/tips/dramas we will run into that you have insight into..

 

So yeah, anyone that has done it before, what were the dramas you ran into, and how did you over come them??

 

also, the i bought the ecu second hand so it didnt come with loom, so do i just order this one here??

http://microtechefi.com/index.php?route=product/product&path=36&product_id=89

 

obviously in the dropdown box i would select MT/LT8..

 

Thats all i need yeah?? once i get that im good to go??

 

Thanks heaps guys.. :)

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yeah got the diagram cheers man.. as far as microtech goes, its what the tuner specialises in, so whatever he can tune ill use.. and we talked about yours man, im s13 and yours is for s14.. it wouldnt work would it?

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yeah got the diagram cheers man.. as far as microtech goes, its what the tuner specialises in, so whatever he can tune ill use.. and we talked about yours man, im s13 and yours is for s14.. it wouldnt work would it?

 

sure would, you can wire em into a ca18 aswell, and u can have distributer setup or multi coil packs.. I sold it anyways to a guy whos putting it into an s13 so i guess if it doesnt work ill end up with it again lol

 

 

also you can throw ur stock ecu in the bin n have it solely run off this ecu or you can use it as a piggyback, mine was setup as a piggyback, so i had my standard ecu aswell as this one (not sure why they did it like that but anyways) and yep, that loom is what you will need :)

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