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Old 01-10-06, 07:20 AM
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noob wanna go microtech :)

Hi guys...

so, before rebuilding my engine with some mods (streetport, wastegateport etc.) i want to drop a microtech in... i've read tons of threads over microtech vs. Haltech, and i think i will go the userfriendly way

so, my first big problem is... there is NOBODY in my country (i'm from austria, europe), which is really skilled with standalone EMS on rotarys...
so i have all to do my self... no support here :/
i will be the first guy in the austrian community which will go streetport + standalone EMS.... so i'm a little bit scary...

i want to use my 7en as a daily driver... so i need a good IDLE + a good mpg ...

so here are some questions

can i tape the Microtech COMPLETLY in the stock S4 TII Harness? I will make a adapter so that i can switch between stock and Microtech ECU... or do i have to rewire some stuff?

So, because there is no tuner outthere and dynos are rare in my area, i need to do my complete setup direct on the street with a Widebandlambda... whats the best way to use a Widebandlambda with a Microtech ECU? (afaik not all Microtech ECUS have this feature? and if yes, the closed loop system doesnt works really good !?!?)

do you think i can mess up with a Microtech without reallife help? i don't want to buy a ecu for ~1000USD and then throw it away because i cant setup the car by myself...

thx for your help and time

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hi m8

Where are u from austria ?
im from austria too (near eisenstadt) ive a LT10s running (not on a mazda but anyway...)

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hi Turbo!

Hey ****, you are not JapanTurbo from the hatzer.at Forum? lol
im r0taryh3ad... if yes, i have you added in ICQ (my number is 85466449, nickname is 5.p.4.m)
if this is right, pls write me a short message in ICQ

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Hi Partick there's plenty of tuners here in the UK that play with Microtechs, but if you take your time and use a decent wideband there fairly easy to do yourself. As regards the wiring loom the best option is to purchase new plugs for the injectors, sensors and use the microtech loom. As your old wiring will be getting brittle by now. If you splice into any wiring make sure you solder the joints. Its a easy job to wire in the new loom just take your time and do one thing at a time work out how you want to route the wiring then once its all in position wrap it with tape to give a nice tidy job.
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hi guys!

so, JapanTurbo can help me with the installation and setup thx 2 you m8!

i have another question... when i wire the Lt10 ecu into the stock harness, which functions of the car will i lose and how to rewire this?

i know that i loose my temp-gauge and the whiper-switch...
what things else? and how to rewire that stuff?

thx 4 your time guys
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