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Old 09-09-18, 06:39 AM
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Second hand lt10s

Hoping someone can help?
So Iím building my fc t2 and a microtech lt10s is up for sale with ignition module and digital dash
Iím thinking it will be perfect for my project but the ecu came from an FD, my understanding is microtechs where engine specific when first purchased.
So my actual question is will it run my Fc with the obvious plug/wiring mods?
pretty new to the electrics and ecus so any guidance would be very much appreciated.
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You can always send it back to microtech to have them reprogram for your model.
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Old 09-09-18, 08:45 AM
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If that was the case I’d pay the extra and buy a new adaptonic direct fit unit.
buy the time I’ve bought the unit paid for delivery and return and the hours taken it doesn’t weigh up.
theres 100% a difference with CAS, Not sure on anything else.
whole idea Might be a lost cause.
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If its not a direct fit, then dont bother with it.
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