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Old 06-10-19, 09:57 AM
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MT-Loom opinions

I currently have a lt-10s ecu with the x4.

I have noted some of the engine bay wiring is a bit crunchy and I've recently started to get some reference signal errors.

I was looking into Rywire harness but came across the MT-Loom for 200$. Was looking to see if anyone has used it, and if it's worth the money and effort to make the harness and crimp on all the connectors.

I'm debating on getting the. Rywire harness down the road with an elite 1500, but for now if I can get away with this cheeper options for the time being that would be ideal.

Thanks all!
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Old 06-17-19, 03:21 PM
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Do it once and do it right. It was a painful lesson for me to learn on my original harness. Pick which ECU you want to run in the long term and put the money towards that setup.
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