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Microtech standanlone fuel management

Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by hybrid89, Jan 28, 2004.

  1. hybrid89

    hybrid89 thistownsucks...

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    looking for input on the above stated..

    matt
     
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    Never heard of it, got a link?
     
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    phunky.buddha Admin with a big stick Admin VIP

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    I want to read about it.
     
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    "The Microtech LT series of ECU’s offer “Real Time” tuneability combined with the quality and user friendliness that has made it one of the leading aftermarket management systems in Australia for many years.

    Microtech LT ECUs can be seen on some of the fastest vehicles in their class on earth, like Jose “Siguel” Torres RX7 Pro Import car which runs sub 7 second 1/4 miles, championship-winning circuit racing vehicles, off-road buggies, motorbikes, 4-wheel drives, speedway cars, boats and many other applications.

    The main difference between Microtech and other ECUs is its pre-configured setup. That means there is no modifying of sensors, no user setup, no guesswork and no mistakes. Each ECU is programmed with the ignition configuration and base map for the vehicle's standard sensors upon ordering.

    A wiring diagram for the specific engine type and sensors, labelled wiring loom, pinout diagram and color coded wires mean that installation is almost step-by-step instructed all the way. It's hard to make a mistake!

    Though the unit is simple in its installation and setup, it is by no means lacking in performance. Microtech LT-series ECUs have comprehensive datalogging with text and graphical displays, auxilliary input and output features and 16 bit interpolation between the 256 load sites on the main fuel map. Additional fuel corrections through air, water, cranking, throttle position, manifold pressure and auxilliary input functions give the LT the scope to acheive outstanding driveability and economy whilst perfecting mixtures required for optimum power output.

    Perfect for applications where the stock management system is inadequate or non existant such as engine conversions, modified vehicles and race cars, the Microtech LT series gives you complete control over your engine. "


    a lot of rx-7 and evo guys run them. it's an Aussie thing... :D

    frankly, i think its overkill for a honda... and you are going to have a bitch of a time finding someone who can tune it.

    http://www.microtechefi.com/


    http://www.teamfc3s.org/forum/showthread.php?threadid=14006

    http://forums.evolutionm.net/showthread.php?threadid=55473
     
  5. hybrid89

    hybrid89 thistownsucks...

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    Thanks Brian! I ran into a guy earlier this week with a 11.3 sec SOHC NA Crx. He ran hondata for 2 years and now swears by microtech. I just wanted some other opinions on the subject. Its seems like a killer setup, but just like you i also wonder about tunning capabilities as far as shops/dynos/dealers go. I don't want to buy the damn thing and find out later that the nearest guy that can properly tune it is 1000 miles away!. I still like hondata, but this might be an option as well.

    matt
     
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