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Anyone using LT16C?

Old 04-20-16, 01:42 PM
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Anyone using LT16C?

Just curious whether anyone is using the latest LT16c for 20b. I have LT16 and it's purring along but wanted to try out flex function for smog tests. How does it compare? Do all functions work?
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Old 04-23-16, 10:38 AM
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If you are switching ECUs, switch to something besides Microtech. Even an entry level Haltech will be worlds better especially if passing smog tests are your goal.
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I thought about that... I even purchased AEM infinity 10 only to realize that it doesn't support rotaries.. I probably will get AEM 6 when it cools down here. As ridiculous as it sounds, I do want to work on my fuel mileage for 20b with better management. There is a solution to all microtech's shortcomings--more fuel. lol. I will miss tuning microtech though. I also don't care for MT's email/tech support.
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My honest recommendation is MS3-Pro. You will not find an ECU in the same price range, or even well above the price range, with the same number of features and versatility. Just "Megasquirt" has the effect of scaring some people off. Every car I've tuned (except 2) since about 2006 has run Megasquirt. All the way from MS1 (which still has 10x the functionality than Microtech!) to customised versions like the MS3-Gold for LS series engines.
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