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Old 07-09-09, 06:28 PM
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Best place to purchase Microtech LT-10?

Found a distributor on ebay motors for $1100, but was curious to know if any vendors on this forum sell the LT-10 for a similar price, as I'd be more comfortable buying from a shop. Ebay 'scuurs' me.
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Old 07-09-09, 08:55 PM
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ltx10

Talk to rx72c he can find a good deal if not let me know if you have myspace i have a person the i buy my for $890.95 i thing but try if not let me know bro.
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Old 07-22-09, 05:09 PM
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For anyone interested. I can do them a good deal.

get me a price. I can beat it.
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Old 07-23-09, 01:45 AM
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yea he hooked me up with a great price.
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Old 07-23-09, 08:32 AM
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Just my curiosity, but why do you want a Microtech?
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Old 08-05-09, 06:24 PM
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My tuner prefers to work on microtechs....he knows the software = less hours I have to pay for him to learn something new, and if he's comfortable with it then that makes me comfortable. haha

why do you ask?



rx72c, I'll be contacting you again. The price you gave me on the LT-10 was amazing, but I guess I need a LT-12 for my application.
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Old 08-05-09, 08:44 PM
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I am thinking of selling mine it has few add ons,
its been in the car for little over a year, and has little over 1000 miles on the new x 4 box
and add ons put on in australia,

config for 0-5v wide band input,
idle control,
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the car runs great, perfect idle u can cruise as lean
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I made 500whp on e85 harder to burn with no issues,
my only problem is the staging, I run 4x160lb secondary
injectors in paralel and I can't clean up the transition

I run 1000cc primaries,

its lt10
I've been doing some of the work @ steve kan's shop he is
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Old 08-07-09, 08:45 AM
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Originally Posted by MotoTek View Post
why do you ask?
Just because there are far better ECU options nowadays. Unless Microtech has finally produced the new software they have been promising for 5+ years...
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Old 08-07-09, 10:50 AM
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For anyone interested. I can do them a good deal.

get me a price. I can beat it.

Yeah he got me an x4 box cheaper than any place in the states
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Just because there are far better ECU options nowadays. Unless Microtech has finally produced the new software they have been promising for 5+ years...
Aaron from your experience what are your top pics for ems

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Get a haltech platinum 1000.
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Old 08-09-09, 10:22 AM
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Aaron from your experience what are your top pics for ems
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I complain about it, but I still think the Microtech is the most reliable ECU out there.

However, in the past 2 years the only ECUs I have wired up have been Megasquirts.
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Aaron. I setup a few haltech platinum ecus recently and they have been excellent bar the initial setup issues(haltech saying it can do things it cant...). But the ECU has been flawless, no trigger issues etc.
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Just because there are far better ECU options nowadays. Unless Microtech has finally produced the new software they have been promising for 5+ years...
+1, i was a faithfull Microtech follower since 05 and ive installed a good amount of Microtechs in the eastern part of N.C but im tired of waiting on their promises, and their customer service has gone down the toilet. Now im gonna start recommending Haltechs since ive noticed that they have revamped their software AND they have 32x32 mapping which Microtech still has not yet released since being promised for years now. Hopefully they put their money where their mouth is cause they are loosing a good amount of money being lacsidasical and inconsiderate with their customers.
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