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Old 12-03-06, 09:41 AM
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Exclamation F/S: Microtech LT8s with COMPLETE wiring harness and Laptop Adaptor!!!

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I'm selling a Microtech LT8s ECU with a COMPLETE wiring harness and a Laptop adaptor. Everything has LESS than 20 miles on it. This is a practically BRAND NEW ECU!!! The wiring harness has already been professionally sodered and ALL connectors on it added. It is COMPLETE and ready to drop in any FD and start running. The laptop adaptor is sold seperately with this unit, but I am including it with this sale. It allows you to adjust settings on the Microtech ECU through a computer and ALSO allows you to store up to 4 additional maps on the adaptor. An excellent and VERY neccessary piece for anyone interested in this ECU.

I'm asking ------------------] $1050 SHIPPED for everything!

I accept Paypal and I'm verified. My Paypal address is "[email protected]" Please PM me with specific inquiries or details. Here's a quick picture of the ECU and laptop adaptor. Wiring harness will be removed next week.

http://i65.photobucket.com/albums/h...ts/DSC02197.jpg

Thanks,

Rizwan
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Old 12-03-06, 12:19 PM
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Would you part with the hand controller or the laptop adaptor. I need to find either or.
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Old 12-03-06, 08:32 PM
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Not at the moment, but if things change, I'll update accordingly. I'd like to sell everything as a package.
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Old 12-04-06, 01:02 AM
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Pics aren't working, just letting ya know.
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Old 12-04-06, 09:48 AM
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Thanks for the heads up. This link should work:

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Newbie Question

How easy would it be to adapt your unit to an S4 engine?
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Old 12-18-06, 12:46 AM
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Originally Posted by Attila the Fun
How easy would it be to adapt your unit to an S4 engine?
Not very difficult. It is already set up for a 13B. You will have to change your settings accordingly, and since he's not giving you the harness you'll have to make one anyway. If you've done this sort of thing before, probably not hard. If you haven't, make sure you take your time.
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Originally Posted by $150FC
Not very difficult. It is already set up for a 13B. You will have to change your settings accordingly, and since he's not giving you the harness you'll have to make one anyway. If you've done this sort of thing before, probably not hard. If you haven't, make sure you take your time.
A microtech programmed for an FD will not work with a s4/5
Crank sensors are different.
You will need to have it sent back for a reprogram.
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I want the hand controller...
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Originally Posted by rx72c
A microtech programmed for an FD will not work with a s4/5
Crank sensors are different.
You will need to have it sent back for a reprogram.
ditto, you cannot break the threshhold of FD vs FC due to the crank triggers on the FD.
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Still up for sale though. Hopefully some FD guy will want it. I'm also willing to negotiate with an FC owner on pricing to split the bill and send it back to have it reprogrammed. PM me if anyone's interested. Thanks!
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