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Old 10-22-2002, 05:04 PM   #1
redline29
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Post need help picking engine management

I have a 2000 Rs and I am just getting ready to put a turbo on.
I plan to run 10psi. I would like to get something that is easy to use, but safe for the car. Can anyone please HELP me??????

Thanks Dave

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Old 10-22-2002, 06:23 PM   #2
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Hmmm

most feature rich: haltek
most support: Link, tec-ii
easiest to install: link

Any of them will do the job though.

Downsides of the haltek: no knock control, Dos interface, must wire in.

Downsides of the link: cant change mapping scales. Units fixed in kpa (you get used to it)

downsides to the tec-II: spendy (at least from shiv), wire in, difficult to follow zone changes..

Read the ecu comparison.
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Old 10-22-2002, 06:36 PM   #3
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Currently running 10PSI with the Link Plus. I have no problems. Like Midwayman said, the Link Plus doesn't allow you to change the kpa, but it is really not to much of a problem.

I actually like the fact that the kpa goes to 300. Then if I ever want to change my boost settings I don't even have to worry about changing the MAP, as it is already tuned for more boost. Of course this all depends of you have already tuned above 10 PSI. Some of us have. He he...
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