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WI s5 TII omp and lt-10s? and an injector question

Hello to all who read this. I have a few questions. First of all the car and set up; I am about to start a s5 6 port turbo project using a microtech lt-10s and i was wondering if there was a way to run a s5 t2 electronic omp with this ecu? if so how do i wire it up?

Also have a question about injectors. since i'm going to use a lt-10s what injectors should i run, low or hight impedance? does it matter with this ecu? remember the car is s5.

Thanks in advance and any info will be greatly appreciated.

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Originally Posted by rotorhead_izzy View Post
Hello to all who read this. I have a few questions. First of all the car and set up; I am about to start a s5 6 port turbo project using a microtech lt-10s and i was wondering if there was a way to run a s5 t2 electronic omp with this ecu? if so how do i wire it up?

Also have a question about injectors. since i'm going to use a lt-10s what injectors should i run, low or hight impedance? does it matter with this ecu? remember the car is s5.

Thanks in advance and any info will be greatly appreciated.

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this ECU will not be worried by either saturated or peak hold injectors,, it will use either,, and also combinations provided its a primary /secondary differential
( though not recommended to do so as mix matching can make staging tricky )

this ECU CANNOT drive the EOMP
for that you have the usual fit the s4 timing cover and OMP or premix or aftermarket stepper controller running the EOMP
http://eomp.info
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Ok thanks. Do i have to do anything special to run either injector as in use resistors? As for the EOMP i'll just start to run premix.
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Ok thanks. Do i have to do anything special to run either injector as in use resistors? As for the EOMP i'll just start to run premix.
it uses either,, without resisters
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