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Old 09-07-15, 05:54 PM
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s5 Rtek on s4?

I just bought an rtek stage 2. I'm not experienced with Rtek's though. I found out after the fact that it was set up for an s5 rx7 instead of an s4 (which I have). Will it work? If so will it be plug and play or will I have to do some rewiring? Thanks in advance.
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Old 09-07-15, 08:10 PM
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s5 ecu has completely different set of connectors then the S4....you would have to replace the engine harness with an s5 one...don't think it's worth it to do that.
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Would you ever willing to sell that 2.1 setup?
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i plan on de pinning an s5 ecu, and wiring it to a s4 plug, right at the ecu, lots of cutting and soldering, but i think i can make it work.
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